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Volunteers set fire to Erase, artist Srinivasa Prasad’s nest-like installation, which had been the centre piece of Aspinwall House for the last three months, at Kochi on Sunday. Photo: H.Vibhu
Volunteers set fire to Erase, artist Srinivasa Prasad’s nest-like installation, which had been the centre piece of Aspinwall House for the last three months, at Kochi on Sunday. Photo: H.Vibhu

Lit in a bonfire, the spirit of art waits for a return in 2014

It was a mini-carnival of sorts as the city bid farewell to the Kochi-Muziris Biennale in true Fort Kochi style on Sunday. The first edition of the Biennale in India, scheduled to close o... »
Kochi-Muziris Biennale Foundation president Bose Krishnamachari and secretary Riyas Komu.

‘At the end, we could erase a little bit of mediocrity’

Tenacious and creative, these two artists fought petty politics and massive egos to make biennale possible. »   1 comment
Shwetal Patel

‘The real work is just beginning’

The city bid farewell to the first edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale on Sunday evening. For those working behind the scenes of the three-month event, however, it is not yet time to relax. ... »
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