In this Friday, Feb. 9, 2018, photo, policewomen look at the art project of Subba Ghosh "THE FLOW" during India Art in New Delhi, India. Human displacement, the suffering of refugees and the notion of identity dominated the 2018 India Art Fair, an important platform for contemporary artists that provides a carefully curated glimpse into the Asian art scene through the years.
In this Friday, Feb. 9, 2018, photo, policewomen look at the art project of Subba Ghosh "THE FLOW" during India Art in New Delhi, India. Human displacement, the suffering of refugees and the notion of identity dominated the 2018 India Art Fair, an important platform for contemporary artists that provides a carefully curated glimpse into the Asian art scene through the years. Manish Swarup AP Photo
In this Friday, Feb. 9, 2018, photo, policewomen look at the art project of Subba Ghosh "THE FLOW" during India Art in New Delhi, India. Human displacement, the suffering of refugees and the notion of identity dominated the 2018 India Art Fair, an important platform for contemporary artists that provides a carefully curated glimpse into the Asian art scene through the years. Manish Swarup AP Photo

Refugees, human displacement dominate major Indian art fair

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