Category Archives: ARTS & CULTURE

Distinctive Biennale Graffiti an Artwork in itself

Kochi: For over a month, the most visible sign that the third edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale (KMB) is imminent has been, literally, just around the corner in Fort Kochi. KMB 2016 graffiti with the iconic logo adorns walls at around 20 locations here. Accompanied

Manju Sara Rajan appointed Kochi Biennale Foundation CEO

First woman CEO of KBF will oversee Kochi Muziris Biennale and other Foundation activities Kochi: The Kochi Biennale Foundation (KBF) has named Manju Sara Rajan as its CEO, after the board of trustees, including Foundation President Bose Krishnamachari and Secretary Riyas Komu, approved the appointment last

 Exhibition of rebel artist BM Anand’s work to open next month

Project to run as collateral to the Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2016 Kochi: Select artworks by late modern painter and illustrator, Brij Mohan Anand (1928-1986) – an artist whose work registered a singular voice of protest against neo-imperialism, cultural indoctrination, nuclear warfare and the capitalist system –

Students’ Biennale to feature works of over 350 art students  

Second edition of year-long KBF outreach initiative culminates in exhibition at KMB 2016. SB 2016 to open on December 13 and run concurrent to the Biennale until March 2017 Kochi: The second edition of the Students’ Biennale (SB) – a unique art educational initiative unparalleled in

Acclaimed artist  to launch ‘URU Art Harbour’ in Mattanchery on Nov 12

Art Harbour to foster cultural dialogues and encourage local artists Kochi: Aiming to foster cultural engagements between the artists and local community and create a robust platform for mirroring the multi-cultural values of port-city of Kochi,  internationally acclaimed artist and Kochi Biennale Foundation (KBF) Secretary

Changing the face of conservatism in the U.S.

New book by professor Heather Hendershot explores impact of William F. Buckley’s “Firing Line.”   by Peter Dizikes, MIT News CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — In 1966, when the conservative writer William F. Buckley launched a television talk show, it may not have seemed like a promising endeavor,