Stories By 'Sophia Pande'
Conversations about collecting with Isabelle Darrigrand
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In 2013, the young, protean, conceptually sophisticated artist Hit Man Gurung started work on a piece titled Kumai Went to Arab, which was the beginning of a powerful, emotionally hard-hitting series of paintings
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We now have to shift away from temporary school structures, however necessary they may have been in the immediate aftermath of the earthquakes
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There are many different ways of appreciating a work of art. One may choose to let it remain mysterious and glean from it what one may—perhaps discovering new things with passing time, appre
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Gopal Das Shrestha repairs a broken ceramic bull. (Right) A close-up of the repaired artwork.
Many things were broken or damaged during the earthquake: homes, infrastructure, schools, people’s fragile minds, and among the tangible debris that we can now start to speak about
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Artwork on sale at the Art Market, Sanepa.
Perhaps the most striking aspect of the Art Market is the ease that people feel as they browse through the wide range of sellers
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