India's biggest art show, the Kochi-Muziris Biennale that started in December 2018 is finally coming to an end on March 29th. Featuring 94 artists, this was the biennale's most political edition so far, with Anita Dube becoming the festival's first female curator. Filling the streets and by-lanes of western Kochi, the show enticed both commoners and veteran museum curators alike. Multi-lingual musical performances, video installations, art workshops and a free entry ensured that visitors to the fair was aplenty. A Students' Biennale was also hosted as part of the main biennale where kids from other SAARC nations like Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Nepal were given a platform to showcase their work alongside renowned global artists.