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Singapore-based Indian-origin artist and writer Shubigi Rao has been named the curator of the fifth edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale (KMB) that begins on December 12, 2020.
This time, they have an eclectic lineup featuring an anonymous headliner.
Bapi Das from Kolkata specialises in small-scale, detailed embroidery works, which are often reflections of his home city’s urban landscape, shaped by his own life experiences.
From Amar Chitra Katha comics to dream narratives, Chitra Ganesh speaks about her influences, and time at KMB 2018.
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.
The artist Vipin Dhanurdharan is documenting local lives, and hosting a kitchen for community feasts at the ongoing Biennale.
The anonymous activist group The Guerrilla Girls is taking their brand of ‘bold protest art’ to viewers across the globe.
Barthélémy Toguo delivers a few lessons on life, all the way from Cameroon to Kochi.
Veteran artist Nilima Sheikh's work ‘Salam Chechi’ is being showcased at the main venue of the ongoing Kochi-Muziris Biennale.
Chandan Gomes writes in about engaging with the Biennale, and finding some silence.
Annu Palakunnathu Matthew writes in to tell us how the Biennale is changing her impressions of Kerala.
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.
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