Kuzart Lane’s Street Photography Weekend

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The Kuzart Lane is an art cafe, combining the nuances of an art gallery and a young, vibrant café situated at Hauz Khas. After lending support and getting unparalleled recognition to more than 50 of the most talented artists, photographers and designers through their own art exhibitions, Kuzart Lane gives all you photographers an opportunity to savour! The Kuzart Lane is organising a Street Photography Weekend from 7th September to 9th September, the main objective of which is to give a chance to amateur artists and designers of different fields such as photography, oil painting, canvas painting, and designing to showcase their work. The theme for the same is, “Street Photography – The Faces of Delhi.”

The once-upon-a-time-dingy alley which leads to the cafe has been turned into a gallery to be used for the purpose of displaying these art pieces. The latter four walls shall be given out to different artists to exhibit their work on a fortnightly basis. Says Aashima Khosla Brand Representative at Kuzart Lane, “We reign in all our support to this talented bunch of young artists and their art by making sure that we give a platform to students who do not have the finances to rent an art gallery but do have the talent to do amazing work.” Alongside of course, they promise you the most sumptuous servings of shakes, sandwiches, burgers, cool drinks and healthy snacks.

Here’s more about the event:
# Get to feature your work on the walls of the cafe through the weekend festival.
# Get covered by the most happening magazines, blogs and newspapers from across town.
# Connect with some of the most talented photographers from across the city.
# Get voted by the guests at the cafe, to be announced as the best among all!

Registration Fee: Rs. 480/- (Full cover for food and drinks at Kuzart Lane)

# Two original photographs
# Photos should not be measuring more than 12″ X12″
# Photos should be framed


To register, write in your contact details to [email protected]
Get in touch with any of our team members or brand representatives.

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