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Art project transforms historic Indian fishing dock

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A fisherman packing crates of fish with ice at his shop. Thirty artists from around the world have given the bustling 142-year-old Sassoon Dock, home to Mumbai's traditional Koli fishing community, a colourful makeover as part of the St+art Urban Art Festival.

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The artworks at the St+art Urban Art Festival range from mixed media to graffiti to street-art styles to installations, from using paints to wood to fishing objects.

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The artworks at the St+art Urban Art Festival range from mixed media to graffiti to street-art styles to installations, from using paints to wood to fishing objects.

Mumbai

INDIAN fishermen unload their morning catch as sari-clad women carrying buckets on their heads walk past street art that has transformed one of Mumbai's oldest fishing docks into an exhibition space.

Thirty artists from around the world have given the bustling 142-year-old

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