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Thomas adds that there would not be any sale of works during the event. "Many artists would return after a few days, but their work would be on display in Kochi till March 13, 2013," he says.
As many as 84 artists, 44 of them from India, are participating in the event. The Kerala Government has allotted Rs 5 crore for the festival, although the organizers believe that the budget could shoot up to Rs 25 crore. The rest of the funds will be raised through sponsorship. Thomas adds that the biennale will support tourism as the global biennale-loving community will flock to see the works. "Kochi would be marked on the global biennale map with this event," says Thomas.
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