India’s biggest art fair kicked off this week in New Delhi, where contemporary artists showcased works that are growing in value on the global market. A Christie’s auction there in December generated $12 million. The India Art Fair draws 100,000 visitors every year, who pay markedly less for admission than other renowned art shows, with tickets around $6. A replica of Mumbai’s train station by artist T V Santhosh is tilted on its side and displaying time pieces counting down times.
On the catwalk
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If you already resent hotels charging high rates for internet access, here’s some good news from the FCC. It issued a warning to hotel groups that they are breaking the law if they block guests’ hot spots. One group is already paying the price. Marriott International has agreed to pay a $600,000 penalty for obstructing guests’ personal wi-fi hot spots at its Gaylord Opryland Hotel & Convention Center in Nashville, Tennessee.