Bose Krishnamachari, co-founder of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale (KMB), and Shubigi Rao, the curator of the fifth edition of the biennale that begins next year-end, have been included in Art Reviews coveted list of this years 100 most influential people in the global contemporary art scene,
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A unique Indo-French exhibition, as a historical window into the lives of 12 Indian rulers and French-speaking officers serving them from 1750-1850.
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STORIES OF ART
For centuries, Basel has been the perfect place to embark on a fascinating journey through the world of art. An exceptional density of museums, the world’s largest art fair and a lively, young art scene make Basel a vibrant city of culture with an appeal that reaches well beyond Europe.
Regarded as one of the most influential artists of the 20th century, Pablo Picasso died at the age of 93 in 1973 but seven years before that he fell in love with this cultural capital of Switzerland – and this translated into seven of his great paintings displayed in the biggest art centre in the alpine country – the Kuntsmusuem Basel.
Today, if the city boasts of the single largest collections of seven Picasso originals outside Spain (Picasso’s homeland), it is due to the love and passion of the people for the art and crafts, particularly Picasso.