Kochi: The interdisciplinary character of the ongoing third edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale (KMB) allows for a rethink of conventions that hold spaces and aspects to be unique to forms and styles, according to eminent theatre personality Anuradha Kapur. A visitor since 2012, the former
Conference titled ‘Art, Body, Thought: Expressions’ sees discussion on thought-provoking topics Kochi: The Kochi-Muziris Biennale (KMB) has facilitated both a rise to primacy for art in Kerala and the consequent return of artists to the region, observed eminent artist and Biennale co-founder Riyas Komu at
Kochi: After completing a two-day tour of the ongoing Kochi-Muziris Biennale, veteran actor Dhritiman Chatterjee reflected on how the Indian version had set itself apart from biennales in other cities and expressed his appreciation of the conceptual and aesthetics of the latest edition. “The Kochi
KMB 2016 artist Dia Mehta Bhupal’s paper-mache installation, photo-prints are drawing crowds Kochi, Jan 08: A ‘public restroom’ has been attracting a lot of attention at Aspinwall House. The facility is, in fact, a life-like installation by artist Dia Mehta Bhupal, who uses repurposed paper
Performance of centuries-old Kerala folk art form conducted at Aspinwall House on Saturday Kochi: A folk art form once thought to be dying out due to lack of interest livened up proceedings at Aspinwall House Saturday evening. The hour-long performance of ‘Payyunur Charadukuthi Kolkali’, a
New Delhi World Book Fair will have ‘Manushi’ as the Theme of this year, which will focus on writings on and by women; and will exhibit the rich tradition of women writings from ancient times till present. New Delhi World Book Fair will be held
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.