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Zanele Muholi’s photos of queer South African women line a wall in Kochi.

Singapore artist Shubigi Rao imagines Kochi as a base for book smugglers.

An installation by top Chinese artist Song Dong.

Marzia Farhana collected broken furniture from the Kerala floods and turned them into installations.

Nathan Coley’s light art in front of Aspinwall House.

Mechanical angels by Indonesia’s Heri Dono.

Art Makes A Statement In Kochi

India’s biggest visual arts event goes for broke with au courant issues
Jan 4, 2019 5:50 AM

KOCHI IN KERALA is known for its laid-back charm, its lively dining scene, and the amazing Ayurvedic massages that make you feel a decade younger. Like Luang Prabang and Chiang Rai, it attracts the most discerning of leisure travellers, eager for a relaxed experience a world away from the hustle

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