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Dilli Haat:People enjoying the street art by Austrian Artist Jeremias Altmann

The people enjoying the street art by Austrian Artist Jeremias Altmann at Dilli Haat

Wall Painting at Dilli Haat by Jeremias Altmann
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Delhi Tourism in a joint effort with Austrian Cultural Forum & Embassy of Austria, New Delhi sorted out a show of the arts of Jeremias Altmann, an Austrian craftsman eminent for drawing and wall painting at Dilli Haat.

The Austrian craftsman Jeremias Altmann made a wall painting nearby amphitheater at Dilli Haat, where individuals, for the most part, sit to watch & enjoy important cultural programs. Additionally, Jermy showcased his manifestations which he made early this year amid his stay in Delhi and through his portrayals, artistic creations, printmaking has constantly attempted to convey workmanship to the every ordinary man, to whom it truly has a place in the focal patio of Dilli Haat INA Market.

This display furnishes him with a chance to speak with the everyday visitors speaking to all circles of life, religion, class and statement of faith throughout his wall painting, by giving him a crucial space where individuals can watch him work. Jermy is interested in all inquiries and inquiries of the people watching him at work or while examining about his future project.

Around the world, road workmanship has truly grown up to wind up distinctly an exceptionally obvious medium for passing on messages on social, ecological, peace and other significant issues of everyday life. Jermy in most recent five years has additionally painted a progression of wall canvases/spray painting authorized by the city of Vienna. He had likewise taken part in presentations in various countries including Austria, Hungary, France, Germany, Greece, Canada, China etc.

The presentation at Dilli Haat was initiated in presence of Mr. M. Heinz, Director, Austrian Cultural Forum; Mr. S P Singh, Managing Director & CEO, (Delhi Tourism & Transport Development Corporation); Mr. Naresh Kuparia, a prominent Internationally recognised Indian Artist; Mr. Rajan Sehgal, Co-Chairman, FICCI’s Tourism Committee; Cristina Mukherjee, Director, Austrian Tourism Board of India; ‘Padma Shri’ Shovana Narayan, world-famous Kathak Dancer and Mr. G. Zehetner, Austrian Embassy Chief.

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