Shouldn’t Europe and America apologise for letting smartphones virtually swallow the entire mankind? Such a fantasy dialogue is what young artist Tabita Rezaire presents at the Kochi-Muziris Biennale.
Gond artists Durgabai and Subhash Vyam, who live in Madhya Pradesh, have taken the graphic narrative to a new level, courtesy the Kochi-Muziris Biennale.
Imagine gods of different religions holding a summit to discuss the predicament humanity faces owing to its wrongdoings over centuries. Surreal? Very much.
Art museums need to be futuristic in their vision and must rethink about generating memories in ways other than wistful showcasing of vintage exhibits, according to renowned curator Chris Dercon.
Malaysia’s Pangrok Sulap art collective from Borneo Island, consisting of indigenous Dusun and Murut artists, musicians and social activists, is gaining noticeability at the Biennale.
The 77-year-old South African’s twin installation at Biennale profiles memory and identity formation; draws similarities in colonial history of the two cities.
Annu Palakunnathu Matthew writes in to tell us how the Biennale is changing her impressions of Kerala.