Mumbai Urban Art Festival 2023 Entry Fee,tickets,dates

WhatsApp Group Join Now
Telegram Group (5.8k Member) Join Now

mumbai urban art festival entry fee|mumbai urban art festival 2023|urban art festival mumbai tickets|urban art festival mumbai timings|mumbai urban art festival 2023 registration:Anyone driving by the Royal Opera House, Mumbai, last week would’ve done a double take. Fluttering out of its stately windows and punctuating its baroque, calm-white facade were giant green tentacles; their suckers yellow, the underflesh a cherry red. This surreal sight was courtesy English artist Filthy Luker, a favourite among the international street art scene, whose iconic inflatable sculptures have disrupted mundane cityscapes around the world for years.

Filthy Luker’s tentacles are part of the Mumbai Urban Art Festival, a three-month long exposition of public art produced by the Delhi-based non-profit St+Art Foundation, with support from Asian Paints. Following up on the wild success of the Sassoon Dock Art Project of 2017, St+Art’s third consolidated art attack in Mumbai is a free-for-all art festival, a whole lot grander in scale and scope, taking over walls and buildings in multiple neighbourhoods and stretching across three months.

mumbai urban art festival 2023

The theme at the Mumbai Urban Art Festival is “Between the City and the Sea”, a prompt that contemporary and street artists of all stripes from India and around the world have interpreted with spectacular results.

At the upper floor of the Sassoon Dock warehouse, artists Sameer Kulavoor and Sandeep Meher’s Metamorphosis is a 3D miniature architectural model of cities mushrooming within cities. Below, French artist Rero’s immersive installation Water Speaks has you walking through a jumble of fishnets and mirrors, and wrangle with words like ‘sell fish’, ‘selfish’, ‘shellfish’ and ‘no selfie zone’ written out in large font, in the artist’s signature strikethrough typographic style.

Pm Rojgar Mela 2023 Registration

Mumbai Urban Art Festival 2023 Artist List 

  • Aashti Miller – Mumbai
  • Aarti Sunder – Bengaluru
  • Ad Minoliti – Argentina 
  • Afzan Pirzade – Pune
  • Amrit Pal Singh – Delhi
  • Andha Ras – Malaysia
  • Aravani Art Project – Bengaluru
  • Atia Sen – Delhi 
  • Ayaz Basrai – Goa
  • Ali Salmi – France
  • Daku – Delhi
  • Dennis Fabian Peter – Goa
  • Durga Gawde – Mumbai
  • Faizan Khatri – Mumbai
  • Filthy Luker – UK
  • Fintan Magee – Australia
  • Gaysi Family – Mumbai
  • Graphic Surgery – Netherlands
  • H11235 – Nepal
  • Jasmeen Patheja – Bengaluru
  • Johnson Singh – Manipur
  • Khyati Trehan – Delhi
  • Katre – France
  • Koshy Brahmatmaj – Mumbai
  • Lady Aiko – USA
  • Luzinterruptus – Spain
  • Martand Khosla – Delhi
  • Martha Cooper – USA
  • Meera Devidayal – Mumbai
  • Mona Caron – USA/Switzerland
  • Mr. Poes – France
  • Naman Saraiya & Nikita Rana – Mumbai
  • Neethi – Bengaluru
  • Okuda – Spain
  • Osheen Siva – Mumbai
  • Paola Delfin – Mexico
  • Parag Tandel – Mumbai 
  • Philippe Calia – India/France
  • Pranav Gohil – Delhi
  • Rero – France
  • Rithika Pandey – Mumbai
  • Robin Meier – Switzerland
  • Sadhna Prasad – Mumbai
  • Sajid Wajid Shaikh & Ronak Soni – Mumbai
  • Sakshi Gupta – Mumbai
  • Sameer Kulavoor & Sandeep Meher – Mumbai
  • Santanu Hazarika – Mumbai
  • Senkoe – Mexico
  • Serge Attukwei Clottey – Ghana
  • Sheena Maria Piedade – Pune
  • Shripad Sinnakaar – Mumbai
  • Sohrab Hura – Delhi
  • Sumit Roy – Delhi
  • Tarini Sethi – Delhi
  • Trespassers – Kochi
  • Vayeda Brothers – Ganjad
  • ZERO – Delhi

Air India Republic Day Offers 2023

Mumbai Urban Art Festival 2023 Entry Fee

India Foundation in collaboration with Asian Paints is pleased to announce the Mumbai Urban Art Festival, bringing back the Sassoon Dock Art Project and several other experiences across the city after a 5 year hiatus! MUAF will contribute to the contemporary public art heritage, featuring new interventions that will be held across Mumbai. All of these activations aim to create a dialogue on pressing issues with regard to future cities.  

The first edition of MUAF will explore the idea of ‘city in flux’, as a constant movement inherent to the city of Mumbai. As one of the key projects of the festival, Sassoon Dock will become an art hub open to all, featuring permanent outdoor murals and 3 indoor experiential exhibitions. Furthermore, every weekend from the 22.12.22. to the 22.02.23 a plethora of performances, workshops, talks, walks, kids programming and more, will animate the dock and the city!

urban art festival mumbai tickets

Dates: 4 February 2023 (Saturday) to 13 February 2023 (Sunday)
Timings: Daily, 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM

mumbai urban art festival 2023 registration:

Mumbai Urban Art Festival 2023 Entry Fee Online