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BMW art talk

Introduced by Thomas Girst ( BMW Head of Cultural Engagement), the panel comprised Indian artists Gulammohammed Sheikh, Dayanita Singh, and Parvathi Nayar and the Director of Tate Modern Chris Dercon. 354 more words


Lindy Lee has arrived!!

With only 4 days to go till the official opening, artists are pouring in from all over the world. One of the Australian artists in the official Kochi Muziris program is Lindy Lee, and today she began installing her work in Aspinwall.


Kochi Muziris Biennale 2014......backstage bloggers

Hew Locke

a new coat of paint

work goes on

Kochi bloggers

Christian Waldvogel


Kochi Muziris Biennale ......sneak preview

Today the Biennale Foundation hosted a group of bloggers to a sneak preview of Aspinwall House ( the main site of the Biennale). After an introduction by Biennale Director Bose Krishnamachari, curator Jitish Kallat spoke of his vision for this, the second incarnation of a India’s first Biennale. 137 more words


365 Places: Fort Cochin

Day 182, Fort Cochin, Kerala, India

Fort Cochin is such a fabulous place, I don’t know where to begin to describe how wonderful this place really is. 209 more words


Kerala | South of India

Our last week in India was spend in south west of India, in the state of Kerala.
Kerala is famous for the big Backwaters area. An area with 5 big lakes, combined together with 38 small rivers. 123 more words

To Go

Fort Cochin

After a sleepless night, we headed out on to the burning hot streets of Kerala. The town wasn’t what I expected. With so much Dutch history, I thought it would have been more of a European looking town, much the same as… 662 more words