Kochi: Strumming out on her tanpura the melancholy dohas of Kabir’s 15th Century Sufi dirge ‘Sadho ye murdon ka gaon (Oh seeker, this is the village of the dead)’, Kathyayini Dash breaks the calm of Aspinwall House with the pain of the marginalised. As the
Curated by film journalist Meenakshi Shedde, the package will run from January 7-10 Kochi: Thought-provoking stories of the trials of, and resistance against, caste-based discrimination are the focus of a four-day film and music package at the ongoing third edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale (KMB).
Kochi: Giving an ancient Chinese painting a contemporary transformation through photographs, Chinese artist Dai Xiang , through his work ‘The new along the river during the Qingming festival 2014’ for KMB 2016, is piquing the interest of art lovers with its detailing and magnification of
39 out of total 97 artworks at Biennale are video installations Kochi, January 1: “Is that what I really look like?” the visitor is bound to ask at the video installation titled ‘Dream Stop’ at Durbar Hall, a venue of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale (KMB) 2016.
The online registration of the second edition of Kerala Literature festival (KLF), organised by DC Kizhakemuri Foundation, is open now. Over two hundred writers, historians, cultural activists, and artists are expected to participate in the literary event which will be held from February 2 to
Renowned graphic artist recreates three historic places from across the country at KMB 2016 Kochi: A discerning sense of place – the little things that make a space special, and unique – is key to Orijit Sen’s practice. India’s best known graphic artist brings this
A Feast of Vultures: The Hidden Business of Democracy is all about how the creaky government machinery moves only when the lubricant bribe is applied The rule of the game in modern India is very simple, even if the structure it creates is horribly tangled
Artist, environmentalist speaks on the sidelines of Kochi-Muziris Biennale Kochi: Artists have an important role in creating awareness about the destructive relationship between humans and nature that is triggering ecological disasters and can even lead to civilisational loss if not immediately rectified, says Ravi Agarwal,
Kochi: The evolution of Sudarshan Shetty’s curatorial vision for Kochi-Muziris Biennale (KMB) 2016 and its relationship to his artistic practice formed the basis of an erudite conversation between Shetty and eminent philosopher Sundar Sarukkai here on Tuesday. Terming his curatorial impulse – as also the
Curatorial vision for and expectations of Biennale’s third edition outlined in run-up to 12/12/16 Kochi: On Monday, 12/12/16, the third edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale (KMB) will get underway, setting off 108 days of the largest and most anticipated celebration of contemporary art in South