NAMASTE!

© NICK UT

story   |  KOCHI-MUZIRIS BIENNALE

NICK UT: The tears of the Women

ZUZANA ZWIEBEL

It's a strange feeling to compare the "Napalm Girl" and Paris Hilton photo, I know I will never take another photograph that's as good as Kim’s photo. The big difference I grew to love Kim, whereas… frankly, I don't give a damn about Paris Hilton.

© ZUZANA ZWIEBEL

story   |  THE JEWS OF INDIA

The Walking Trail: RED CROWN GREEN PARROT

MEYDAD ELIYAHU

The walking trail through the historic Jewish urban area of Mattancherry. It deals with the vanished and forgotten cultural heritage of the Malabar Jewish community from the personal viewpoint of the artists Meydad Eliyahu and Thoufeek Zakriya.

© BIJU IBRAHIM

story   |  URU ART HARBOUR

Meet the Artist: BIJU IBRAHIM

URU ART HARBOUR

Biju Ibrahim captures the essence of rustic geographies, the people who are now becoming archive of the earth, the mythic and mystery of spaces and places, broken vessels and torn fabric, alleys of now filled with the density of then or before.

© ARVIND JOSE

story   |  ROUTE COCHIN STORIES

The Pappadam Makers of Cherlai

ANANYA RAJOO

Pappadam has a special place in the cuisine of Kerala. It is an essential part of the world-famous Kerala sadya, a crunchy accompaniment to many of Malayali’s favourite dishes that immediately wins the heart of anyone tasting Kerala food.

© ROUTE COCHIN

story   |  ROUTE COCHIN STORIES

Thampy - The Miller

ANANYA RAJOO

The story of a passionate miller who runs a 67-year-old mill in the Gujarati quarter of Mattancherry and continues to follow the old ways of the food trade he learned from his father.

© RAKESH ANAND

story   |  ZUZANA'S OWN GODSSSIPS

FRIDA'S GONE HIGH

ZUZANA ZWIEBEL

Thoughts inspired by Atheena Wilson's booty shaking anti-bachelorette tea party with wine. The journey of womankind from being ripe for the marriage market to become the Goddess. All in Frida Kahlo style with blessings of Her Highness Princess Gouri Parvathi Bayi.

© ROUTE COCHIN

story   |  ROUTE COCHIN STORIES

A Jewish Autumn in Kochi

ANANYA RAJOO

Celebrating the Jewish Fall Festivals - Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Sukkoth and Simchat Torah - with Cochin Jews, a small community trying hard to keep alive the most sacred and revelous days of Jewish life in Kochi.

© ZUZANA ZWIEBEL

story   |  PLACES WITH FOOD FOR SOUL

SRI KRISHNA CAFE
in Mattancherry

ZUZANA ZWIEBEL

Old white functionalist building houses one of the oldest restaurants in Mattancherry, which serves authentic pure vegetarian South Indian food since 1946. Restaurant is run by the third generation of Udupi Brahmins.

© KOCHI-MUZIRIS BIENNALE

story   |  KOCHI-MUZIRIS BIENNALE

KOCHI-MUZIRIS BIENNALE 2018

KOCHI-MUZIRIS BIENNALE

KMB 2018 seeks to invoke the cosmopolitan spirit of the modern metropolis of Kochi and its mythical past, Muziris, create a platform that introduce contemporary international visual art theory and practice to India.

© KR SUNIL

story   |  URU ART HARBOUR

KR SUNIL
Mattancherry Series

URU ART HARBOUR

My impressions of Mattancherry was informed by the widely available images and representations. But while shooting for “Mattancherry Series” all my perceptions shattered. I felt that every space is created to encourage cohabitation and togetherness.

© URU art harbour

story   |  URU ART HARBOUR

ANITHA THAMPI
Poetry on the wall

URU ART HARBOUR

Deshappalama: Anju Mozhippadangal. These speech-portraits are first attempts at confronting the single-person nations of Mattancherry and rendering them in poetry. Like myths, Mattancherry is a place that is woven from antiquity and multiplicity.

© SUDHITH XAVIER

story   |  ROUTE COCHIN STORIES

Breudher - The Story of a Dutch Bread

ROUTE COCHIN

Tracing the culinary history of Breudher, a sweet bread which is a part of the Anglo-Indian cuisine of Kochi and also made by the Eurasian communities in Sri Lanka and South East Asia.

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