Kochi-Muziris Biennale (KMB),largest event of its kind in South Asia will run for 108 days from December 12, 2016 till March 29, 2017 at different venues in Fort Kochi.
The third edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale (KMB), curated by eminent Indian artist Sudarshan Shetty, is set to be the largest event of its kind in South Asia. Titled ‘forming in the pupil of an eye’, the Biennale will run for 108 days from December 12, 2016 till March 29, 2017.The Biennale’s main exhibition is supported by an ancillary programme of talks, seminars, the Students’ Biennale, the Art By Children exhibition, workshops, film screenings and music sessions across venues in Fort Kochi-Mattanchery and Ernakulam.
In keeping with its curatorial vision, this edition of the Biennale attempts to question and blur the boundaries that categorise the various disciplines of artistic expression. KMB 2016 will feature works by visual artists, poets, musicians and performance professionals from diverse cultural and artistic traditions.
The Biennale’s third chapter kicks off this December, and we'll be there, for the art, of course, but also with our travelling island.Kochi Muziris Biennale is remarkable for its picturesque location and its representation of the local art and design community, and we're pleased as punch to be sharing space with the global audience that'll descend on Fort Kochi this year-end.
Come see us for an experience where all things are considered, from our signature scent through to lighting, music, and thoughtful keepsakes to treasure.
Venues of KMB 2016
The Kochi-Muziris Biennale uses heritage properties, public spaces, and galleries in Fort Kochi and Ernakulam. KMB 2016 venues will include Aspinwall House, Pepper House, David Hall, and Durbar Hall.