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Fête de la photo Delhi: My visual diary

Hello Everyone,

Public art in Delhi has been at it’s peak, whether it may be with the Street Art Festival that happened a while back and colored the walls of Shahpur Jat and Hauz Khas Village or the Fête de la photo Delhi- photography exhibition across public spaces all across Delhi (Cannaught Place, Dilli Haat, IGI Airport, National Museum, Jantar Mantar). Fête de la photo as the name suggests is an  encourage initiatives in public spaces by drawing attention to the medium of photography. The idea is to take photography out of the gallery spaces and bring it on the street reclaiming the space it once had.  In an attempt to reach out to the audiences on the street, this festival will be held in public places. (Fête de la photo). This public exhibition is on till the 31st of March and I highly recommend you catching the last few glimpses of it tomorrow! The schedule is available here. Without talking about it too much here, I want to share some of the photographs I clicked while I walked around CP and witnessed this mesmerizing display of art that truly enraptured me.

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Mélange of Musings is a blog by Sara Suri. She's currently pursuing a Masters in Sociology but through this blog that shares her gastronomic adventures, travel tales, Delhi diaries and fashion & beauty takes.

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