The fourth edition of the Kochi Muziris Biennale, will run from 12 December 2018 to 29 March 2019. The venues are listed below.
Aspinwall House is a large sea-facing property in Fort Kochi, and a primary venue for the Kochi-Muziris Biennale. Aspinwall has been loaned to Kochi-Muziris Biennale by DLF Limited.
Just a stone’s throw away from the historical Coonan Kurish Palli, Anand Warehouse is one of several of its kind dotted alongside Bazar Road, Mattancherry.
Cabral Yard is the site for the Biennale Pavilion, a multi-functional structure that hosts programming as well as the “Knowledge Laboratory” envisioned by curator Anita Dube.
Named after David Koder, a Jewish businessman who resided there with his family, David Hall is a Dutch bungalow built around 1695 by the Dutch East India Company.
Set in the heart of Ernakulam city, near Kochi’s main railway station, Durbar Hall was built in the mid-nineteenth-century by the Maharaja of Cochin to host his Royal court.
Kashi Art Cafe is an old Dutch property converted into a cafe. Kashi Town House was once a family home in the heart of Fort Kochi that has been converted into a gallery space.
Lined alongside Bazar Road are structures dating back several hundred years, when the spice trade was at its peak. Leading into Mattancherry, there were built at a time when the Dutch ruled Cochin
Pepper House is a waterfront heritage property located on Kalvathi Road in between Fort Kochi and Mattacherry. The building consists of two historic ‘godowns’ (a dockside warehouse).
TKM Warehouse is a renovated warehouse space with several exhibition rooms and hosts URU Art Harbour, a cultural hub that functions through the year. The building is part of a working dock.
Students’ Biennale: A look at pineapple farm and thorns of nature’s fury
Probir Gupta’s biennale work mirrors skewed society, extremist ideologies
Biennale workshop teaches kids the secrets of life drawing
Kenyan Cyrus Kabiru’s biennale work talks about refashioning electronic waste
At biennale, photographer Vicky Roy shows the bleak reality of life
Students’ Biennale artists show how hereditary work goes into thought, practice
Biennale art room: Little master Anujaat reveals nature’s beauty before fellow kids
“The fourth edition of Kochi-Muziris Biennale runs from 12 December, 2018 – 29 March, 2019.“ Venues are open every day from 10 AM – 6 PM. Tickets are available for purchase for ₹100 at Aspinwall House.
By Air: Fort Kochi is 45 km from Kochi International Airport, Nedumbassery. By Train: Fort Kochi is 13 km from Ernakulam Junction (South) Station and 16 km from Ernakulam Town (North) Station. By Boat: Fort Kochi is 20 mins from the Ernakulam Boat Jetty and 10 mins from both Willingdon Island and Vypin Boat Jetty. By Bus: Fort Kochi is 15 km from the main bus station in Ernakulam.