It is that time of the year again when the streets of Fort Kochi become lively direction sign boards, banners and wall murals. Thanks to the Kochi Muziris Biennale, the fourth edition of the event has got India recognized in the global art forum
Kochi Muziris Biennale, an art exhibition and festival, is the largest of its kind in South Asia. The fourth edition of the Biennale will run from 12 December, 2018 until 29 March, 2019 at ten different venues across Fort Kochi. Artists from all over the world exhibit their art work in the fields of painting, photography, art installation amongst others at the Biennale, Cochin.
Visiting Hours: From 10 AM â€“ 6 PM with free entry on every Mondays
The Biennale takes place in a range of venues centered around Fort Kochi-Mattancherry. All venues are open every day from 10 AM â€“ 6 PM with free entry on every Mondays. Click here to access the official website of the KMB and see more information.
The Biennale takes place in ten venues centered around Fort Kochi-Mattancherry. We suggest starting the day from the Aspinwall House and spending at least half a day here as it is the primary venue of the Biennale hosting numerous artist led projects and events spaces. The tickets for the Biennale are available here for INR 100 or you can buy them online as well.
A huge Tyre weighing 370 tonnes and made by JK Tyres is installed in the middle of the Aspinwall House and is definitely an eye catcher
Marzia Farhanaâ€™s excellent multi-media installation of what got destroyed is a painful reminder of the floods which caused havoc across the state of Kerala earlier in the year
The entry is free to all venues if you visit on a Monday. Various interesting workshops like clay modelling, wood carving, painting amongst many others are conducted in these venues during the festival.