Make Way For The Street Art Festival

The Lodhi Colony in New Delhi makes way for the murals at the Lodhi Art Festival 2019
Artists working on a graffiti
Artists working on a graffiti

The hippest art festival showcasing unparalleled talent from different corners of the world visits Lodhi Colony in Delhi. It&rsquos time for you to take a stroll across the street and admire the collection of murals that the locality offers. The two-month-long festival has started its hype among the art lovers and will last till the March 15. Bringing more than twenty famous artists from all around the world, the streets would be covered with vibrant pigments and you can encounter the perfect melange of colours and art.  

The earlier edition of the festival turned Lodhi Colony into India&rsquos first open public art district with twelve innovative art displays. The cheerful works from the artists can be witnessed on the walls of the area depicting the colourful diversity of the people in India. Some famous names in street art, lining up at the festival are Daan Botlek from Netherlands, Brandon Tay from Singapore, Georgia hill from Australia, Marc Lee from Switzerland with renowned Indian graffiti artists such as Daku, Aravani Art Project, Akshat Nauriyal, Do and Khatra, The Big Fat Minimalist and many more. Witness the effort everyone puts to deliver the masterpiece they imagined and to turn those faded walls into an animated excellence.

StArt India foundation is a non profit organisation which brings art at open spaces for bigger audience. Here at StArt, you'll have plenty of time to walk into the world of extraordinary skill and get surrounded by huge walls of artistry. Every wall would unfold a new dimension of imagination in your mind. Experience the depth in every mural and reconnect with the art. The Lodhi colony is turning to be a bright and cheerful place to hangout.

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