Kochi Biennale Foundation
1/1903, Kunnumpuram Rd, Kunnumupuram, Fort Kochi, Kochi, Kerala 682001, India
About Kochi Biennale Foundation
Every second year, Cochin welcomes Biennale- promoting art, culture and education activities created and curated by artists from different parts of the world.
Attractions near Kochi Biennale Foundation
Traditional arts center presenting masked Kathakali dance shows classical musical nights & martial arts. They have daily Kathakali shows in the evening, the show takes around two hours. The show is usually followed by differnt kinds of art form presentations in alternating days.
The 500 year old Basilica that hosts the relic of The Holy Cross of Jesus Christ.
The 500 year old Church which was the burial place of Vasco da Gama, the first European to enter India.
Popular beach surrounded by historical and cultural monuments of Cochin. Used to be hub of colonial powers during 14th and 15th centuaries.
Built in 1960, the temple is inspired by the Jain temples of Gujarat and is beautifully tiled with white marbles & other carved structures. Every afternoon, the temple runs a show with thousands of pigeons that live in the premises.
The palace built by the Portuguese, renovated by the Dutch and now housing an archeological museum
Where is Kochi Biennale Foundation
Discover more attractions in Ernakulam, where Kochi Biennale Foundation is located
Forts, backwaters, museums- the financial hub of Kerala.
What visitors say about Kochi Biennale Foundation
Kochi Biennale is so good and you should take at least two or three days to see it. There are many different venues and we did not see all of them in one day. The art comes from all around the world but many Indian artists are presented. With the Biennale there are also a lot of additional events in the city related to it. You can expect more film screenings and concerts around that time. As the name suggests it happens evey two years so the next one is 2019.