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An Evening of Poetry with Biennale Artists – Sergio Chejfec

The Biennale Pavilion in Cabral Yard was witness to an evening of poetry recitals by some of the best names in the art of poetry: Aleš Šteger, Ouyang Jianghe, Raúl Zurita, Sergio Chejfec, Sharmistha Mohanty and Valerie Mejer Caso, all participating artists in KMB...

Anand in conversation with Amrith Lal

Anand, one of the most eminent Malayalam writers of our time and a participating artist of the Biennale talks to Amrith Lal, sharing the panoptic vision of Indian societies and literature that is available in Anand’s...

Yuko Mohri – Calls & Oni-bi (fen fire)

Curator Sudarshan Shetty guides us us through Japanese artist Yuko Mohri’s ‘Calls’ and ‘Oni-bi’ (fen fire). In this work, Mohri gathers familiar, discarded items and reframes the detritus of our lives into delicate installations. These...

Zuleikha Chaudhuri’s second round of performances in February

  Auditioning the Plaintiff. Rehearsing the Witness: The Bhawal Court Case by Zuleikha Chaudhari is a theatre and installation work. Zuleikha is back at in her space at Aspinwall House to present the second round of performances between 4th and 8th February,...

Abhishek Hazra presents Submergent Topologies Episode 2

Abhishek Hazra is back at the Biennale with his performance titled Submergent Topologies that will happen between 4th and 10th February, 2017. Submergent Topologies is a mobile lecture performance that uses the form of the guided tour. It reconfigures and subverts the...

What happens under the Mango Trees at the Biennale?

ABC (Art by Children) Outreach powered by Merck, is the Kochi Biennale Foundation’s most dynamic education programme. This pioneering creative learning initiative evolves the current paradigms of arts education in India, in an effort to transform public, professional...

Guided Walks at the Biennale

The Biennale Foundation has been making efforts to make its exhibitions accessible to a wide range of audience, especially the locals who may be new to contemporary art and international artists participating in the Biennale. One such initiative that began in 2016 is...

Kochi comes alive with Students’ Biennale

For all visitors that throng the Kochi-Muziris Biennale, there’s considerable excitement to experience the Students’ Biennale as well, which has works exhibited by 55 art schools from all over the country, curated by 15 young curators. More than 100 art...

Meet your Artist : TOM BURCKHARDT

Tom Burckhardt fashions a full-scale set out of cardboard resembling an artists’ studio flooded with water. The set, painted entirely in monochrome, is inspired by the 2013 floods that ravaged New York, his hometown, but transposed to Kerala. It is a way by...

Planning your itinerary

Covering 12 venues of the Biennale is no easy task. Neither does it help that 10 of these venues are situated in Fort Kochi and located within a short distance from each other. If you’ve got only one day in hand, planning your itinerary is going to be hard. So we...

Residency Artists’ work put on display

Works of artists who took part in residency programmes initiated by the KBF along with Pepper House are now on display at Mandalay Hall, Jew Town, Mattancherry. Co-founder and director of Programmes Riyas Komu, who inaugurated the exhibition, said the plan would now...

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