The largest art exhibition in South Asia, the Kochi-Muziris Biennale (until 29 March) enters its final month. So what’s happened? By most accounts, the event – founded in 2010 by Kerala-born artists Bose Krishnamachari and Riyas Komu – has been a success: “Bold, sensitive, and political,” claimed the FT; the New York Times was similarly effusive. Early signs show attendance is on the up (from 600,000 in 2016–17) but the bigger victory might be its inclusivity: of the 100 or so artists curator Anita Dube recruited for the exhibition, more than half are women (she herself is the first female to head up the event). Highlights include work from Delhi photographer Chandan Gomes; an eight-screen installation by William Kentridge; and an interactive installation by Song Dang called Water Temple (pictured).