The Joy of Making a Biennale: A Peek at Backroom Operations

KOCHI: In peak summer, they took in the heat of virtually traversing every nook and.

Sounds Around too Decide Calligraphy Strokes & Tenor: Master at Biennale

KOCHI: Even to those reasonably familiar with calligraphy, it came as refreshing thought when the.

Students’ Biennale: A Look at Pineapple Farm and Thorns of Nature’s Fury

KOCHI: Ahalya Raj chose to use to depict the violence humans inflict upon nature, because.

Probir Gupta’s Biennale Work Mirrors Skewed Society, Extremist Ideologies

KOCHI: Probir Gupta’s art conveys ideas around people, politics, discrimination and marginalisation. His mediums too.

Biennale Artists’ Cinema: Bina Paul’s ‘Women Films’ Package to Screen 14 Films

KOCHI: Kochi-Muziris Biennale will reel out 14 movies over five evenings from Friday, saluting the.

Biennale Workshop Teaches Kids the Secrets of Life Drawing

KOCHI: Interested in life drawing, but don’t yet have the skills? The Kochi Biennale Foundation.

Kenyan Cyrus Kabiru’s Biennale Work Talks About Refashioning Electronic Waste

KOCHI: Cyrus Kabiru works with electronic waste and refashions them into elaborate eyeglasses. The Kenyan.

Biennale Art Room: Little Master Anujaat Reveals Nature’s Beauty

KOCHI: All of 13 years, Anujaat Sindhu Vinaylal inspired fellow children to look at the.

At Biennale, Photographer Vicky Roy Shows the Bleak Reality of Life

KOCHI: Born in a small village of eastern India, Vicky Roy went on to become.

Students’ Biennale Artists Show how Hereditary Work goes into Thought, Practice

KOCHI: The environment in which one grows can wield a strong influence in the subsequent.