Belgian street art in Mumbai

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Reception hall of the Consulate General in Mumbai

The reception hall of the Consulate General in Mumbai decorated with Belgian street art. © CG Mumbai

Our Consulate General in Mumbai (India) has taken the initiative to put Belgian street art in the spotlight. It might not be immediately apparent, but Belgian street art has produced some real gems in recent years. A Squid Called Sebastian, Adele Renault, Bonom, Jaune, Jellyfish, Kitsune, Lindert Steegen, madame la belge, and ROA are just some of the many notable artists.

A selection of the most iconic works were printed on large canvases so that viewers get the feeling of standing in front of the real-life works. The reproductions have been used to decorate the reception to mark King's Day or the appointment of an advisor in economic diplomacy. They will also be used on other occasions such as during the Francophonie week in Puducherry.

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Brochure Street Art Belgium

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Our post has also compiled a book showcasing works by 20 Belgian street artists. This beautiful edition – copies are available with both a soft and hard cover and as a deluxe edition – will be used as a promotional gift.

And the inspiration hasn't ended there. As soon as the pandemic situation allows it, our post would like to invite a Belgian street artist to create a work on a wall in Mumbai.

Below are some images of works included in the book. See for yourself: quite impressive!

Jaune

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Three murals: man falls off bike in three stages, fire brigade cuts tree, rescue workers on wall

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Kitsune

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Three murals, all with raspberry red colour: birds, woman with birds, woman with plants

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Nean

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Wall painting: man in a wind jacket with a fur collar, top layer in transparent, street scene in the foreground

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Pso Man

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Three murals: whale and boat, colourful bird, and beast with fish

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