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Italian Artist Millo in St+Art Urban Festival in Mumbai



Italian Artist Millo  in St+Art Urban Festival in Mumbai

Italian Urban Artist Milo comes to Mumbai for St+art India Foundation’s festival in Mahim (E)

St+art India Foundation is organizing the art festival, in association with the Italian Cultural Institute in Dharavi, Mumbai. To organise the closure of this unique festival, St+art India has invited, together with the Italian Cultural Center in Mumbai, Italian superstar Millo to create a street art piece from 8th January onwards. The artist who is known for his satirical and socially reflexive pieces will also be delivering a workshop and talk for the public during his time in Shahu Nagar. The festival this year featured the coming together of art pieces that celebrated the everyday individual with unique street art pieces. With one more year gone by, the artists had a closer interaction with the territory as the festival team was mostly from Dharavi -- making the entire project a local effort.

Mahim (E) Art District is an ongoing and ever growing project that features now 11 no of murals painted by national and internationally renowned street artists. It is also the first gallery dedicated to the “every man”. All the invited artists in fact are masters in the depiction of human beings and their stories and the art district intents to celebrate everyday people and their diversity through art masterpieces.


About St+art India Foundation
St+art India Foundation is an organisation formed on the principle of ‘Art for All’ and 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.Across the past 4 years, the foundation has organised 7 St+art festivals and numerous public art projects in Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Chandigarh and Coimbatore creating iconic landmarks within all these cities. Each new edition of festivals and public art districts brings to civic spaces curated interventions, which are embedded in urban culture, and activate alternative spaces for art enabling people to reimagine how public spaces can be utilised.


Date: Da Tuesday, January 08, 2019 a Friday, January 18, 2019

Time: From 8:00 am To 11:00 pm

Organized by : Istituto Italiano di Cultura di Mumbai

In collaboration with : St+Art India

Entrance : Free


Dharavi, Mumbai