Biennale Discussion Recounts the Intersections and Challenges of Caste and Queerness

KOCHI: At a dating website recently, independent researcher Koonal Duggal stumbled upon a profile that.

Kodungallur to Get a Museum on Temple Arts and Rituals: Tourism Minister

THRISSUR: The Kerala government will build a unique museum that throws light and promotes research.

Caccuri’s Biennale Work Looks at How Mosquitoes have Shaped Colonial History

KOCHI: Having reached southern India from another tropical zone in her native Brazil, Vivian Caccuri’s.

Kochi1 Card Becomes the Country’s First Inter-modal Transit Card

KOCHI: The Kochi1 card, a joint effort by Kochi Metro Rail Corporation (KMRL) and Axis.

Biennale to Host Discussion on Caste and Queerness on Sunday

KOCHI: Going forward with its spirit of promoting public discourses on gender fluidity, the Kochi-Muziris.

Lubna Chowdhary’s 1,000 Sculptures Mirror Complexities of Manmade World

KOCHI: It’s a long line-up: a chair, side table, telephone, camera, a computer and what.

Swiss Artist to Conduct Month-long Workshop on Making Art for the Public

KOCHI: A month-long workshop on the importance of interactive art will start this weekend as.

At Biennale, Veda Kolleri Assembles Weather-worn Stuff as Metaphor of Survival

KOCHI: Can decaying elements from nature lead one to explore ideas of death and grief?.

Theatre Veterans Allanas, Filmmakers Nandita and Geethu Hail Biennale

KOCHI: Veteran theatre artists Amal Allana and her husband Nissar Allana visited the Kochi-Muziris Biennale.

Photographer Chandan Gomes Uses Narrative Approach in his Biennale Series

KOCHI: Delhi-based Chandan Gomes employs an intimate and narrative approach in his photo essays, presenting.