With the aim of taking street art to newer cities across India, the St+Art HYD Project will see many Indian and International artists working with diverse practices in the public domain. From 1st-12th November, several sites in the iconic Necklace road will come alive through murals, installations, talks, screenings and workshops.
The festival will work towards realising 4 projects (more details soon):
- Regeneration of the Makhta neighbourhood.
- A public wall project with 10 local Telangana based Artists.
- Artvertising: Advertising hoardings for art, an anti-consumerist approach.
- ‘I Love HYD’ – a Type based Installation
- Alber (France)
- Artez (Serbia)
- Daku (Delhi)
- Daan Botlek (Netherlands)
- Dia Mehta Bhupal (India)
- Jean-Luc Feugeas (France)
- Neelim Mahanta (India)
- Nikola Mihajlovic (Serbia)
- Remed (France)
- Nilesh (India)
- Swati & Vijay (India)
About St+Art Foundation:
The St+Art India foundation is a non-profit organization that works on art projects in public spaces. The aim of the foundation is to make art accessible to a wider audience by taking it out of the conventional gallery space and embedding it within the cities we live in – making art truly democratic and for everyone.