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Last updated: 10 Oct, 2017  

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Rituparna Kakati | 10 Oct, 2017
The second edition of Art Bahrain Across Borders, (ArtBAB), Bahrain's premier contemporary art fair and curated artists program, took place in on Monday in Bikaner House in New Delhi.

ArtBAB's artist program was launched last year in May 2016 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

Under the initiative a collection of over 40 artworks from 20 Bahraini artists  were displayed for the first time in India.

The chief guest of the '1st India Bahrain Arts and Culture Exchange program' was India's Minister of State (I/C) for Culture Mahesh Sharma.

The Mumbai edition of the initiative will start from November 30 onwards and will be on till December 2, 2017.
 
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