India Art Summit is an Indian modern and contemporary art fair held in New Delhi, India. The fair include paintings, sculptures, photography, mixed media, prints, drawings and video art. The fair is organized at Pragati Maidan, one of India's largest and oldest exhibitions ground. It is usually conducted annually and runs for three days. First held in 2008, it is India's largest art fair.
The summit includes an art education series with guided walks conducted by curators and students of art history. A speakers' forum engages panel of Indian and international experts from the art domain to discuss issues pertaining to the art in the region. It focuses on key issues related with the art production, art market and its reception in India.
The first summit had 10,000 visitors with 34 exhibiting galleries at the fair, and over 550 contemporary and modern artworks.