NOIDA- The fourth edition of the largest modernistic art festival of the subcontinent is all set to get started from December 12 and in this event about 200 artists and the students will take part from KBF or the Kochi Biennale Foundation. In the Students’ Biennale 2018, there are about 80 private and public art schools from India and South Asia that will participate in over 100 projects in the format of individual or group.
The third edition of the Students’ Biennale is being conducted post selection from about 1,500 applications.
The Students’ Biennale has made efforts to land on a great pool of the growing artists and the same will be shown by the students from SAARC countries for the first time.
There are total 27 participants that will present 10 projects the countries like Bhutan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
The Students’ Biennale was launched in the year 2014 and is basically an educational initiative that acts like a base for the students of BFA and MFA to grow up, exhibit and depict the talent on their projects in international level.
The Biennale is country’s biggest contemporary art event and its fourth edition will be ended on March 29 next year.
In 2018 edition of the Students’ Biennale, there will be an exemplary art exhibition, an education agenda and field-based research pertaining to art education.
Bose Krishnamachari, president of the2011-founded KBF quoted, “The Students’ Biennale will contain two parameters this year.”
The major objective on which Student’s Biennale lies is the idea of “Making as Thinking”, as stated by Education Coordinator of the KBF, Faiza Hasan.