India Art Fair is one of the most important art fairs in India, which has been held every year since 2008 in Delhi, the capital of India. It should be noted that the number of participants and visitors has increased every year. This art fair has been active in all artistic media such as painting, photography, sculpture, installation, etc., the participating artists can be present either individually or in collaboration with a gallery or a curator. Since 2012, the name of this art fair has been established as India Art Fair or Indian Art Fair, and in that year, a large number of world museums, including MoMA and Georges Pompidou Center, participated in this event. In 2020, Mojdeh Art Gallery participated in this big event with two artists, Babak Haghi and Arman Stepanian, the date of the Art Fair was from 30th January to 2nd of February. The 2020 Art Fair was held in collaboration with the Italian Embassy in India.
Two Iranian artists, Arman Stepanian and Babak Haghi, participated in the India Art Fair in 2020 on behalf of Mojdeh Art Gallery, and their works were well-received by the participants in this Art Fair. Arman Stepanian, with a close look at the way of life of contemporary Iranian women and their presence in society, and with staged photos, was able to invite the audience to think about being a woman in Iran, this method and view led to subsequent intercultural discourses on a scale of Iranian women and non-Iranian women and it was an invitation to get to know the Iranian woman more precisely. Babak Haghi also participated in the art fair with a number of photos from two collections displayed in the Mojdeh Art Gallery, named "Twelfth Strike" and “Between the Moment and Soil". Haghi’s main preoccupation in these photos is thinking about the body and its determination. The body, which is the center of gravity of human perceptions, is our most important social construct in Haghi’s opinion. Both artists’ views are not free from the concerns of contemporary Iranian life and this point attracted many participating researchers and critics’ attention in this art fair.