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Indian art market back in the black

India's art market has emerged from a blue period with a flourish, as prices rise and the world starts to take note of its modern treasures. Tycoons riding the country's economic boom are helping to fuel record prices for works by the late abstract painter Vasudeo Gaitonde and other artists. Two major Paris museums are showing work by Indian women artists and the Asia Society in New York has a special show next year.
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