Kochi Muziris Biennale Pictorial Update

Kochi Muziris Biennale which started on Dec 12th 2012 has become one of the largest art festivals in India. It has provided a global platform for the budding Indian artists. It is to be noted that amid various controversies and fund shortages, this contemporary art festival is becoming something Indians can be proud of…for a long time!

Approximately 80 artists from around the world has showcased their artworks which are done in a variety of mediums including painting, sculpture, installation, film, new media and performance art. Their creations are exhibited in 14 venues in and around Kochi. These venues are handpicked either for their cultural heritage or their historical relevance with Kochi.

Pictorial Update : Kochi Muziris Biennale Exhibits at Aspinwall House

Kochi Muziris Biennale

Painting at Aspinwall HouseWierd Photography Through the Gallery

A farmer' s touch

Sculpture Installation

Spice and Sounds- Art Installation By Dylan Martorell
Spice and Sounds- Art Installation By Dylan Martorell
Another Sound system by Dylan Martorell
Touch and Hear ..! Another Sound system by Dylan Martorell

Photography GalleryArt Installation Using  Raw Materials in Kerala

Art Work Using Coconut shells

An auto-rickshaw by Italian artist Giuseppe Stampone
An auto-rickshaw by Italian artist, Giuseppe Stampone
Kochi Biennale Tour: Path of Rickshaw!
Kochi Biennale Tour: Path of Rickshaw!

Hope you enjoyed this update. Watch out for more updates on Kochi Biennale!

This is continuation of our first post Kochi-Muziris Biennale: Kerala’s Art-Tourism Gateway!!

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