1. Linking ‘thought’ and ‘matter’, Raju Sutar’s Biennale collateral deploys life-size innovations
  2. In Madhvi Parekh’s biennale works, tradition and modernity intersect
  3. Priya Ravish Mehra’s biennale works put spotlight on traditional darning
  4. How to judge an artwork? Swiss artist Thomas Hirschhorn has some cues
  5. South African Zanele Muholi essays what it means to be black, lesbian and a woman
  6. Mrinalini Mukherjee: Forms of femininity, nature and divinity
  7. Combining sound, animation and text, this Kochi Biennale presentation focuses on human and non-human interactions
  8. Jitish Kallat’s Doomsday installation mirrors prophesies of man-made catastrophe
  9. With an eye on gender inequality, Polish artist Goshka Macuga re-imagines Marx’s London tomb in Kerala
  10. Through ‘batata’, Anant Joshi’s biennale collateral offers satirical take on the world

Featured image courtesy Kochi Biennale Foundation: Mrinalini Mukherjee’s bronze sculpture at Ernakuluma’s Durbar Hall.