Organ Donation; Government Norms Transparent: Kochouseph Chittilappilly

KOCHI: Kochouseph Chittilappilly, philanthropist and businessman said state government’s measures on organ donation are transparent.

Brook Andrew’s Biennale Work Brings out Cultures of Indigenous People

KOCHI: History, identity and race dominate Brook Andrew’s work at the ongoing Kochi-Muziris Biennale, as.

For Biennale’s Chitra Ganesh, Comic Book-style Images Push Boundaries of Gender

KOCHI: Her works narrate stories that push the boundaries of gender and power representations, and.

Sweet Maria Monument at Biennale Raises Fresh Points About Transgenders

KOCHI: Seven months before India got its first biennale in 2012, a young transgender activist.

Reciting Tale and Painting: Biennale Hosts Gond Art Painting Workshop

KOCHI: As he sits before a circle of curious onlookers, Subhash Vyam recites a mythological.

Deep Links Between Kerala’s Mappila Culture, Arabia Underexplored: Rolf Killius

KOCHI: Vibrant reciprocity exists between the musical expressions of Kerala’s Mappila culture and those of.

Wildlife Comes Alive at Biennale Art Room as Nandan’s Charcoal Workshop is on

KOCHI: Nandan P V seeks to send a social message beyond artistry when he uses.

Biennale Sounds Getting as Strong as its Sights: Adoor Gopalakrishnan

KOCHI: The Kochi-Muziris Biennale has been evolving over the past six years since the debut.

Try Paint with Water on a Glass Wall: Song Dong’s ‘Temple’ a big hit at Biennale

KOCHI: Yet again, the Sunday crowd throngs the open-roof circular glass structure at the leafy.

Art Rises of Kerala: KBF Auction’s Artworks on Display

KOCHI: From that of early 20th-century painter Amrita Sher-Gil to new-age sculptor Anish Kapoor, an.