Hyderabad, January 5, 2018: The 'Krishnakriti Art and Cultural Festival-2018' got-off to a spectacular start in the city on Thursday.
Brought together by The Kalakriti Art Gallery and the Lahoti Foundation in collaboration with Bonjour India Festival, the perfect commencement came from Dr Bertrand de Hartingh, Director, French Cultural Institute in New Delhi.
Pointing out that this was the fifth time he was coming to Hyderabad he drew loud applause when he said he felt like coming home whenever in the city.
‘I like the rich culture that prevails here. We are delighted to be joining hands with such exceptional programmes in a city like Hyderabad. Banjour India needs more innovations and I wish incredible success for Krishnakriti,’ he said
Meanwhile, there was an overwhelming response to ‘Mapping The City’ that is curated by Nirmala Biluka at Alliance Francaise, Road No 3 Banjara Hills and ‘Mapping Frontiers’ curated by Lina Vincent Sunish at Goethe- Zentrum, also on Road No 3 Banjara Hills.
Bigger thrills and lot more creative outpourings will mark the next few days as the city gets caught in the grip of this event, which put Hyderabad on the world artistic map.