Here’s the Artist List for the 2016 Kochi-Muziris Biennale

The view of Kochi, India.WIKIMEDIA

The view of Kochi, India.


The Kochi-Muziris Biennale, which has quickly become one of the most closely watched regularly scheduled international exhibitions after its first two editions, announced plans today for its third, which will run from December 12, 2016, through March 29, 2017, in Kochi, India. Titled “Forming in the Pupil of an Eye,” the show will feature at least 89 artists, including Aki Sasamoto, Alicja Kwade, Stan Douglas, Camille Norment, and Dia Mehta Bhupal. About a third of the artists reside in India. The exhibition’s curator, Sudarshan Shetty, had this to say in a news release: “My curatorial approach started as a conversation between different forms and approaches to art practice. I see the biennale as existing in process, something which flows, and I wanted to engage artists whose practices will create works that exist not only for the duration of the biennale, but on into the time beyond.”

The list of participating artists follows below. Organizers said that a few names may be added in the coming weeks, so this may not be a 100 percent complete list.

Abhishek Hazra (India)
Abir Karmakar (India)
Achraf Touloub (Morocco/France)
AES+F (Russia)
Ahmet Öğüt (Turkey/Germany)
Aki Sasamoto (Japan/USA)
Aleksandra Ska (Poland)
Aleš Šteger (Slovenia)
Alex Seton (Australia)
Alicja Kwade (Poland/Germany)
Anamika Haksar (India)
Anand (India)
Avinash Veeraraghavan (India)
Bara Bhaskaran (India)
C. Bhagyanath (India)
Camille Norment (USA/Norway)
Carl Pruscha and Eva Schlegel (Austria)
Caroline Duchatelet (France)
Charles Avery (UK)
Chittrovanu Mazumdar (India)
Chris Mann (Australia/USA)
Dai Xiang (China)
Dana Awartani (Saudi Arabia)
Daniele Galliano (Italy)
Desmond Lazaro (UK/India)
Dia Mehta Bhupal (India)
E.P. Unny (India)
Endri Dani (Albania)
Erik van Lieshout (Netherlands)
Éva Magyarósi (Hungary)
Eva Schlegel (Austria)
François Mazabraud (France)
Gabriel Lester (Netherlands)
Gary Hill (USA)
Gauri Gill (India)
Hanna Tuulikki (UK)
Himmat Shah (India)
István Csákány (Hungary)
Javier Peréz (Spain)
Jonathan Owen (UK)
K. R. Sunil (India)
Kabir Mohanty (India)
Kalakshetra Manipur (India)
Katarina Zdjelar (Netherlands)
Katrīna Neiburga and Andris Eglītis (Latvia)
Lantian Xie (UAE)
Leighton Pierce (USA)
Lisa Reihana (New Zealand)
Lundahl & Seitl (Sweden)
Mansi Bhatt (India)
Martin Walde (Austria)
Mikhail Karikis (Greece/UK)
Miller Puckette (USA)
Naiza Khan (Pakistan/UK)
Nicola Durvasula and John Tilbury (UK)
Orijit Sen (India)
Ouyang Jianghe (China)
Padmini Chettur (India)
Paweł Althamer (Poland)
Pedro Gómez-Egaña (Colombia/Norway)
P. K. Sadanandan (India)
Prabhavathi Meppayil (India)
Praneet Soi (India/Netherlands)
Rachel Maclean (UK)
Raúl Zurita (Chile)
Ravi Agarwal (India)
Remen Chopra (India)
Salman Toor and Hasan Mujtaba (Pakistan/USA)
Samooha (India)
Sergio Chejfec (Argentina/USA)
Sharmistha Mohanty (India)
Shumona Goel and Shai Heredia (India)
Sirous Namazi (Iran/Sweden)
Sophie Dejode and Bertrand Lacombe (France)
Stan Douglas (Canada)
Subrat Behera (India)
Sunil Padwal (India)
T.V. Santhosh (India)
Takayuki Yamamoto (Japan)
Tom Burckhardt (USA)
Tony Joseph (India)
Valerie Mejer Caso (Mexico)
Voldemārs Johansons (Latvia)
Wu Tien-Chang (Taiwan)
Yael Efrati (Israel)
Yang Hong Wei (China)
Yardena Kurulkar (India)
Yuko Mohri (Japan)
Zuleikha Chaudhari (India)

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