Street Art Festival, Hyderabad 2016

With the aim of taking street art to newer cities across India, the St+Art HYD Project saw many Indian and International artists working with diverse practices in the public domain. From 1st-25th November, several sites in the iconic Necklace Road came alive through murals, installations, talks, screenings and workshops. The aim of the festival 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.

The festival worked towards realising 4 projects:

  • Regeneration of the Makhta neighborhood: The International Street Art Festival had the street artists from abroad and artists from Telangana. The painting were done on the buildings identified in the Makta region, near Necklace Road. The artists worked throughout the day using the scaffoldings, different types of lifts and even hanging to give a new dimension to public art.
  • A public wall project with 10 local Telangana based Artists: The wall surrounding the Makta region was painted thematically by the artists from Telangana. Beautiful paintings, murals and art work has come up through the efforts of several artists.
  • Advertising: Advertising hoardings for art, an anti-consumerist approach.
  • 'Love HYD' – a Typo based Installation has come up on the Tank Bund Road, Hyderabad

Artists:

  1. Alber (France)
  2. Artez (Serbia)
  3. Daku (Delhi)
  4. Daan Botlek (Netherlands)
  5. Dia Mehta Bhupal (India)
  6. Jean-Luc Feugeas (France)
  7. Neelim Mahanta (India)
  8. Nikola Mihajlovic (Serbia)
  9. Remed (France)
  10. Nilesh (India)
  11. 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.


News:
The Hindu The Hans India Youth Mirror Daily Hunt



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Street Art Festival
On 29th July, 2016

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art@telangana trust launched coffee table book 'art@telangana' at Rubin Museum of Art, New York.

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Legal Notice by Art@Telangana

art@telangana strongly condemns mudslinging & rumours

art@telangana strongly condemns mudslinging and plans to sue the organisation/s and people involved trying to tarnish the image of art@telangana trust.

A Seminar on Relevance of Urban Art
On 9th & 10th of April 2015

An event at Public Spaces held on 9th & 10th of April 2015.



art@telengana condemns peshawar attack
On 28th Dec 2014

An event at Shiparamam on 28th Dec 2014.



Falaknuma palace Event
On 14th Nov 2014

An event at Falaknuma palace on 14th Nov 2014.


Launch of Phase -II art@telangana Art Camp
Hyderabad, Oct. 1st, 2014

Art Camp, Phase - II was inaugurated on Oct. 1st, 2014. Sri. Surya Prakash & Sri Vaikuntam did the honours, while other senior artists presided over. The phase - II of the camp lasted till the 6th of Oct. 2014 and on the evening of 6th, the trust had a preview of the art works created during the mamoth 9 day art camp by over 90 artists to various mayors of different cities of the world and the delegates of the Metropolis world congress.


Launch of art@telangana Art Camp
Hyderabad, 27th sept. 2014

An art camp involving 90 eminent artists from Telangana was launched at Taramati Baradari, Hyderabad on sept. 27th, 2014. It was a gala affair and was split into two phases. the first one being from 27th to 30th sept. 2014. Sri. K Laxma Goud was the chief guest, while most senior artists presided over. Also were the organizers of the Metropolis world congress and the Commissioner of GHMC present.

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