By Editors

By now, life size murals, incredible graffiti and incredible installations courtesy St+Art Delhi 2014, have become landmarks both in our city and minds. Directions to our office include a cat, three pigs and a lady as navigation tools; one year later and it hasn’t gotten old. What has happened though, is that St+Art, Delhi is back, promising to give us more eye candy, more elaborate navigation tools, and all in all a better cityscape.

An urban art festival that brings together some genius Indian and International artists to create murals, installations and graffiti, and to conduct workshops, talks and walks. St+Art, Delhi version 2.0, has the same prerogative as it did the first time round – picking new city pockets to enhance. These spaces will include government buildings, women shelters, flyovers, and other key points in the city. The schedule will comprise exhibitions, workshops, and talks. Also, we recommend catching an artist live in action. Most importantly, keep an eye out for curated walks, taking you through different street art routes, introducing you to the artists, art forms, and the idea behind various creative expressions.

As for participating artists, you can look forward to Lady Aiko from Japan, Axel Void from Germany, Reko from Australia, Okuda from Spain, the not so anonymous Daku, Anpu {the lady behind the giant Cat holding a ball of wool}, Amitabh Kumar and Ranjit Dahiya {might recognise him from the giant Nadira holding a cigarette} from India, and Martin Whatson from Norway.

Stay tuned for a calendar of events, and a full list of participating artists.

Where: Multiple Venues

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For a crash course on their first edition, click here. 

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