Kochi Muziris Biennale

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Henrik Valeur, 2019

From the she streets of Fort Kochi and the Students’ Biennale, which I think are more interesting than the “real” biennale. The students obviously don’t have much money so they have to be more inventive.

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Presence of Adoption by Rajeesh Chacko, College of Visual Arts, Mysore.

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Conflicted Terrain by V. Prabu, A. Kameshwaran and R. Moovendiran, College of Fine Arts, Chennai.

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Andha Griha (Blind House) by Aloknanda Haldar, College of Art and Design, Burdwan.

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2 comments

  1. Ayushi Chandani

    This is a very beautiful observation. We mostly look for the art , the final product … we often forget that art isn’t just what we put into the museums. Its everywhere , wherever we look for it :)

  2. Ida Brændholt Lundgaard

    Thank you, Students projects and the streets of Kouchi are certainly moving from your perspective!

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