Sachal Vasandani 
Suketu Mehta
Natvar Bhavsar
Samrat Chakrabarti and Sanjiv Jahveri
Preeti Vasudevan



A delicious assault on our vision and palette!
An exclusive tour of the this world-famous artist's home and studio with the artist himself!
These '70's paintings can be seen in the ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM EXHIBITION @ THE NATIONAL GALLERY OF AUSTRALIA, CANBERRA - thru February 2013.
Abstract Expressionist Natvar Bhavsar personally describes his enormous canvases: their colour, texture and sensual flow. He will converse with you about his collections in over 800 galleries, museums and private collections, the documentary film created about his life and work, the myriad books on his art, his phenomenal awards, as well as his personal life.
Limited reservations for this exclusive soiree. Maximum 30 people.

RSVP's to must be accompanied by payment: $250 per person ($225 tax-deductible). IAAC Members $225 ($200 tax-deductible).

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Natvar Bhavsar
NatvarBhavsarNatvar Bhavsar is an artist born in India and based in Soho, New York City for almost 50 years, noted as an abstract expressionist and color field artist. Bhavsar's paintings appear in more than 800 private and public collections, including the collections of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney, Australia, the Library of Congress, NYU's Grey Art Gallery,Whitney Museum of Art in New York, Wichita Art Museum in Kansas, and the Australian National Gallery. In addition, his works have been purchased and displayed by corporations such as the American Express Company, AT&T, Chase Manhattan Bank, UBS and NBC. Bhavsar and his works have been the subject of books, including:  Natvar Bhavsar: Painting and the Reality of Color, (Irving Sandler, 1999), Natvar Bhavsar: The Sound of Color, (Robert C. Morgan, 2002), Natvar Bhavsar The Poetics of Color, (Interview by Marius Kwint, and Essay by Irving Sandler, Skira Editore, Milan, Italy 2008).

Barnett and Annalee Newman Foundation Grant-Award for Lifetime Creative Contributions in the Arts.

2000 + 2002 Invited as Participant as Cultural Leader to the World Economic Forums in Davos, Switzerland and New York, NY

VishvaGurjari, Gujarat, India

1980 +1983 Invited as Participant in Executive's Seminars at the Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies at Aspen, Colorado, CO.
1975-76 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship, New York, NY
1965-66 John D. Rockefeller III Fund Fellowship, New York, NY

Natvar Bhavsar The Poetics of Color, Interview by Marius Kwint, Essay by Irving Sandler, SkiraEditore, Milan, Italy


Natvar Bhavsar Dimensions Of Color, Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Mus., New Brunswick, NJ

2006 Natvar Bhavsar Poetics of Color, Carter Ratcliff, Sundaram Tagore Gallery Publishing, New York, NY
2004 Natvar Bhavsar Color-Poetic Reverberations, Interview by Irving Sandler, Essay by Michael J. Amy, Sundaram Tagore Gallery Publishing, New York, NY
2000 Natvar Bhavsar The Sound of Color, Robert C. Morgan, Mapin Publishing, Amdavad, India
1998 Natvar Bhavsar Painting and the Reality of Color, Irving Sandler, publ. Craftsman House, G+B Arts International, Sydney, Australia
2010 THE POETICS OF COLOR NATVAR BHAVSAR A PAINTER'S JOURNEY, written and directed by Sundaram Tagore.
WEBSITE click on NEWS/PRESS and BIOGRAPHY (for selected public collections and bibliography)
ART EXHIBITED at galleries and museums
From 1963 through 2012 art was exhibited in the Kenmore Gallery, Philadelphia, Pa 63+74; Art Alliance, Philadelphia, Pa; YM-YMHA Art Council, Philadelphia, Pa; University of Delaware, Newark, De; Diane Vanderlip Gallery, Phila; University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI; Obelisk Gallery and Parker 470, Boston, Ma; Marlborough Gallery Prints NY; AAA Print Gallery, NY; Max Hutchinson Gallery, NY, Houston, Tx, and Sydney, Australia 9+ exhibitions 70-78; JEWISH MUSEUM OF ART, NY, Beautiful Painting; Chemould Gallery, Mumbai; Pace Prints, NY; Brooke Alexander Prints, NY; Kingpitcher Gallery, Pittsburgh; THE WICHITA ART MUSEUM, Wichita, KS, Color Experiences; THE WICHITA ART MUSEUM, Wichita, KS, Twenty Years of Work on Paper; Pundole Art Gallery, Mumbai, India; Gloria Luria Gallery, Bay Harbor, Fl; ACP Viviane EhrliGalerie, Zurich, Switzerland 97+03+; Art Cologne, International Art Fair, ACP Viviane EhrliGalerie, Cologne, Germany; World Economic Forum, Annual Meeting 2000, Davos, Switzerland; Art-Garage, Zug, Switzerland; DialecticaGallery,NY; Sundaram Tagore Gallery, NY, Beverly Hills, Hong Kong 10+ exhibitions 01-10; Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto, Ca; JANE VOORHEES ZIMMERLI ART MUSEUM, New Brunswick, NJ, The Dimensions of Color; Contessa Gallery, Cleveland, OH.
From 1969 through 2012 exhibitions include VASSAR COLLEGE OF ART GALLERY, Poughkeepsie, NY, Concept; WHITNEY MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART, New York, NY, Whitney Annual; POWER INSTITUTE, University of Sydney, Australia, Recent Acquisitions; AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ARTS AND LETTERS ART GALLERY, New York, NY; INDIANAPOLIS MUSEUM OF ART, Indianapolis, IN, Painting and Sculpture Today; Fifth Triennial, New Delhi, India; HUNTER COLLEGE TIMES SQUARE GALLERY, New York, NY, Seeing Red; MEAD ART MUSEUM, Amherst College, Amherst, MA, Back to the Future Contemporary American Art from the Collection; BOCA RATON MUSEUM OF ART, Boca Raton, FL, Late 20th Century Abstraction from the Collection; SOLOMON R. GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM, New York, NY, The Third Mind; CAMPBELLTOWN ARTS CENTER, New South Wales, Australia; MUSEO FORTUNY, FondazioneMuseiCivici di Venezia, Italy, INFINITUM; WICHITA ART MUSEUM, Wichita, KS, 75 Years of Collecting American Art; SEONHWA ART AND CULTURE FOUNDATION GAL, Taekwang Industries Co. LTD, Seoul, Korea, Mirrors of Continuous Change; NATIONAL GALLERY OF AUSTRALIA, Abstract Expressionism (July 14, 2012 - Jan 20, 2013).
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