Kochi: Taking forward its popular initiative, the Kochi Biennale Foundation (KBF) on Monday started the third post-graduate artists’ residency programme at Vagamon in Idukki with an aim to promote graffiti art. The 10-day residency programme,...
In a mood that was filled with joy, music and a bit of Sufi wisdom, curtains came down on the second edition of the KMB on Sunday night.
Delhi-based Unny, who authored a travel book on Kerala in 2001, recalled that the place used to be doodle-friendly.
As a social activist fighting for tribal uptlift, C K Janu finds Kochi-Muziris Biennale as a philosophical exploration of the codes of nature.
K.Satchidanandan, Civic Chandran and Benyamin among others on why Keralites should watch Kochi-Muziris Biennale.
The book, “A strange place other than earlobes”, was released by poet-filmmaker Leena Manimekalai.
Film editor Bina Paul is bringing ‘Our Lives to Live’, a hard-hitting package of award-winning documentaries delving into the travails and heroic struggles of underdogs.
Beyond viewing it as a cutting-edge show, KMB has inspired many students and teachers to make use of the ongoing exhibition for their study and research projects.
The KBF's Arts and Medicine programme showcased its 50th edition on Wednesday.