Kamiya Jani Explored The Art Scene In Mumbai, Delhi & Chennai. Art Lovers, Head There STAT!

by Shreya Rathod
Kamiya Jani Explored The Art Scene In Mumbai, Delhi & Chennai. Art Lovers, Head There STAT!

Art is a way of expressing yourself and unleashing your potential. The splash of colours and creating different impressions is liberating for many. There are gorgeous wall paintings in many parts of the world. Like The Biscuit Paint Wall in Houston (Texas), Mondrian Wall in Los Angeles (California), and others. But do you know that India has its art wall? Yes! And Kamiya Jani, the Curly Tales editor-in-chief, explored these splendid artworks in Mumbai, Delhi and Chennai. These initiatives were by the Asian Paints and St+art India Foundation.

Mumbai Urban Art Festival

Kamiya Jani visited one of the oldest and first wet docks in Mumbai and an iconic spot — Sassoon Dock. She visited the Mumbai Urban Art Festival which is an initiative by Asian Paints and St+art India Foundation with help of the Mumbai Port authority. This Mumbai dock was lit with murals, exhibitions and installations. They have taken steps to unleash the creative side of the artists and helped them create some of the best artworks that left the audience stunned.

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Delhi’s Street Art District

The next in-line paradise for art lovers is Delhi’s Lodhi District. This area is full of paintings, art murals and more than sixty artworks adorning the streets. And this is India’s first art district! This masterpiece is made from the collective efforts of artists of more than twenty-five nationalities. Once you step into this neighbourhood, you are greeted with colourful paintings and murals. Once known as the Lodhi colony, this place is now known for its outstanding artwork. And they have become a new landmark for the place.

Walk-In Art Gallery In Chennai

The Kannagi Nagar in Chennai is the largest resettlement site in India and a new hotspot for art lovers. The people that live in this area moved after facing the brunt of the tsunami. But the buildings are popping with colourful art! The thing that makes this place so special is the artwork. They represent the everyday life of people living there and tell their stories. This is an exciting experience that you don’t want to miss.

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These were the art scenes in Mumbai, Delhi, and Chennai. When are you visiting?

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