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Visitors enjoy Raul Zurita's work 'Sea of Pain' at Aspinwall House, Fort Kochi. Credit: Kochi Biennale Foundation
Visitors at Aspinwall House. Credit: Kochi Biennale Foundation
Students of Cottolengo Special School, Fort Kochi, at Aspinwall House, the main venue of KMB 2016. Credit: Kochi Biennale Foundation
Artists Sharmistha Mohanty and Kabir Mohanty share a lighter moment with curator Sudarshan Shetty. Credit: Kochi Biennale Foundation
Visitors watch 'Traces' by Gauri GIll. Credit: Kochi Biennale Foundation
Visitors play with Orijit Sen's installation 'Go Playces'. Credit: Kochi Biennale Foundation
Visitors watch Wu-tien Chang's multi-media installation 'Farewell, Spring and Autumn Pavilions' at Aspinwall House, Fort Kochi. Credit: Kochi Biennale Foundation
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