Murals at Lodhi Art District

1 May 2024

Lodhi Colony Art District

The Lodhi Art District was founded as a collaborative effort between the St+art India Foundation and the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC)  aimed to rejuvenate public spaces and promote art accessibility.

NeSpoon - New Delhi

NeSpoon worked with the women at the Aga Khan Foundation to create patterns that could be transferred onto fabric and taught them how to make stencils and use spray paint.

Avinash and Kamesh - The Tourist

This mural was inspired by the technological revolution, especially the advent of smartphones and social media. The artists turned their lenses to the audiences, making a statement about street art and the selfie generation.

Yip Yew Chong - Impressions of Lodhi

Singaporean artist Yip Yew Chong is renowned for painting realistic scenes and the everyday life of the common man on the street. The artist pays tribute to the residents, shopkeepers, and hawkers.

Henrik - Lavanya

The portrait "Lavanya" (grace) features Vimla, a street vendor at Lodhi Colony's Old Khanna Market. Henrik was motivated to honour women who manage families, businesses, and juggle responsibilities.