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

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

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An installation by top Chinese artist Song Dong.

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

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

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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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