Welcome to the third edition of the Pune Biennale, a vibrant art festival that is making its presence felt on the international art map. It promises to be a spectacular event in the public art domain, re-imagining spaces for creative expression in the city, thereby making art more accessible, and offering a platform for artists to engage with the city's population.
Pune Biennale 2017 invites you to get enriched with Habit Co Habit curated by Zasha Colah and Luca Cerizza and showcasing international artists in Pune's landmark locations like Pataleshwar Caves, Balgandharva, Z-Bridge, Jungli Maharaj Temple, PES Modern High School, Sambhaji park.
Come engage in our 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.
Block the dates 5th to 29th January 2017 - and get ready to embrace the city's creativity while connecting with great artists and thinkers from across India and abroad - in a not-to-be-missed celebration of design, architecture, performance, installation art and much more!
Flagship exhibition project of the Pune Biennale 2017
Other varied projects of Pune Biennale 2017
Pune Biennale is important for it brings together people around art, nature and environment.
Christopher Benninger, highly awarded architect-planner
Pune Biennale is a great step towards visual enlightenment of Pune.
Subodh Kerkar, internationally acclaimed artist; and Chief Guest at closing ceremony of Pune Biennale 2015
Pune Biennale provides a platform to the citizens to showcase their talent in art in this city.
Dattatraya Dhankavade, Ex-Mayor at the inauguration of Pune Biennale 2015
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