In his work ‘Don’t Talk Ill About Others’, Kashmiri artist Nasir Hassan is seen carrying a lantern as a way of finding his lost world
Premjish Achari writes a column on the relevance of art festivals in the 21st century
An Egyptian-Jordanian artist duo’s research work on giving voice to writers outside the margins, currently on display at the Kochi-Muziris biennale, questions the limits of publishing
Archana Hande’s installation ‘My Kottige’ is her innovative take on urbanisation and changing times. In her artwork, she has arranged discarded things as a witness of their time and space
Be it with his kinetic installations that vibrate on a closer look or the multi-media installations that foreground caste hierarchies, Mumbai-grown artist and archivist Amol K Patil is making waves in the art world
A contemporary parable of a mathematician’s experiments with truth
The Nepal Picture Library showcases photos of women from that country, both ordinary and celebrated, so that history doesn’t forget them
Now more than ever, there is a need to reclaim the space available for art to reflect the politics in our lives. The fifth edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale does just that.
The Kochi-Muziris Biennale and its foundation are plagued with problems at every level. The show must go on but not without significant changes made to address...
Artist Jithinlal opens up about his art, his politics and the ways in which his identity has shaped his artistic practice.
Ritu Menon, writer-publisher and Padma Shri awardee, said women's participation in the ongoing Kochi Muziris Biennale is "remarkable and essential".
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