One of IIFA’s aims has been to draw international audience to recognize Indian artists and consider the fine nuances of Indian art.
IIFA has organized several art exhibitions at various venues around the globe, including the Tate Britain, London; Chelsea College of Art and Design, London; Chapel Gallery, Singapore and the New York Academy of Art, New York.
On the invitation by the United Nations, IIFA held an exhibition of contemporary Indian art, ‘Indiart for the Power of Peace’, at UNESCO’s Global Forum on the ‘Power of Peace’ at Bali, Indonesia in January 2007.
IIFA was also invited by the governments of Japan and India to organize an exhibition of contemporary Indian art, celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Indo-Japan Friendship Year in 2007.
For the first time at the House of Lords, London, an exhibition of contemporary Indian art, conceptualized by Mr. Satish Kumar Modi, was organized by IIFA in October 2007.
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