The 3rd edition of Pune Biennale started on the 5th of January 2017. For the whole month the vibrant art festival made its presence felt on the international map. Pune Biennale 2017 hosted projects all across the city, connecting not just artists from India and abroad but also traditional art spaces with unconventional arenas for creating and displaying art.
Our flagship exhibition, Habit-co-Habit, curated by Zasha Colah and Luca Cerizza, explored various modes of cohabitation and social habits to host a reflection on the potentialities, repercussions and consequences of such a movement of people, and of the process of modernisation and urban development.
The Biennale visitors had an opportunity to engage in our other Participatory Projects involving all sections of society and being housed in major art galleries and parks like Empress Garden as well as moving spaces created especially for this art event in the city.
Pune Biennale 2017 successfully got completed on the 29th of January 2017. The foundation would love to thank everyone for being with us, for your contribution and time. We hope that you enjoyed Pune Biennale 2017 as much as we did!