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Srinagar Biennale Pavilion

‘Society influences art and art influences society’: Veer Munshi overview on Kochi Biennale 2018

Veer Munshi reflects on the Srinagar Biennale Pavilion at KMB 2018, and the impact of art on urban reality. 

Published on 29th March 2019
Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2018

As Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2018 winds up, Adoor Gopalakrishnan hails it as the common man’s festival

The fourth edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale formally wound up on Thursday with a closing ceremony.

Published on 28th March 2019
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Chitra Ganesh

In the blink of an eye: Chitra Ganesh speaks about her influences and works at Kochi Biennale 2018

From Amar Chitra Katha comics to dream narratives, Chitra Ganesh speaks about her influences, and time at KMB 2018.

Published on 2nd March 2019
Michelle Y Poonawalla

On the wings of butterflies: Michelle Y Poonawalla transforms hurtful emotions into cathartic reactions

Michelle Y Poonawalla’s art is all about taking hurtful emotions and turning them into visceral and even cathartic reactions.

Published on 2nd March 2019
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Architecture expert Kaiwan Mehta speaks in Kochi

Published on 28th February 2019
Temsuyanger Longkumer

Biennale diary: Temsüyanger Longkumer offers a slice of Nagaland, urges viewers to rethink divinity

Temsüyanger Longkumer is giving art enthusiasts a taste of life back at his home in Nagaland, while also urging them to rethink the idea of divinity.

Published on 7th February 2019
Nilima Sheikh

Nilima Sheikh’s biennale artwork is a tribute to the ‘omnipresent’ Malayali nurse

Veteran artist Nilima Sheikh's work ‘Salam Chechi’ is being showcased at the main venue of the ongoing Kochi-Muziris Biennale.

Published on 12th January 2019
Chandan Gomes

'For art to make a larger impact, it should emerge from a position of empathy': Chandan Gomes

Chandan Gomes writes in about engaging with the Biennale, and finding some silence.

Published on 11th January 2019
KP Jayasankar & Anjali Monteiro, pic by Mangesh Gudekar

Many realities, many worlds: Anjali Monteiro & KP Jayasankar at the Kochi Biennale 2018

Anjali Monteiro and KP Jayasankar write in to tell us about their time at the ongoing Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2018. 

Published on 5th January 2019
The Unremembered Kochi Muziris Biennale 2018

'This is a thought-provoking Biennale': An artist column by Annu Palakunnathu Matthew

Annu Palakunnathu Matthew writes in to tell us how the Biennale is changing her impressions of Kerala.

Published on 28th December 2018
Sue Williamson Kochi Muziris Biennale 2018

Sue Williamson presents colonial history of Cape Town and Kochi at Biennale 2018

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.

Published on 28th December 2018
Guerilla Girls Kochi Muziris Biennale 2018

Sexism, patriarchy keep Guerilla Girls behind gorilla masks at Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2018

Two members of Guerilla Girls, the anonymous group of feminists, revealed at a lecture performance at the Kochi-Muziris Biennale.

Published on 28th December 2018
Chris Dercon Kochi Biennale 2018

'Art museums must set their eyes on the future': Chris Dercon at Kochi Biennale 2018

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. 

Published on 28th December 2018
Subhash and Durgabai Vyam

Gond artists Durgabai and Subhash Vyam bring mythical tale to Kochi Biennale 2018

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.

Published on 28th December 2018

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