Stories Tagged 'Exhibition'
Our memories arise out of our interaction with others—people, places and relations So it is human nature to hold on to family attachments, kinship bonds and social networksfull story »
In Sunita Maharjan’s exhibition of artworks in ‘Baadiyeko Aakash’, the characterisation of human life, as summed up in the spaces we build around ourselves, compels the audience to reconsider its mundane surroundings. full story »
The first room is that of unbridled expression, free of form and free even of thought. Empty walls, white and unblemished, invite all to draw, scribble, graffiti. This is the room where we are all children, a time when thought doesn’t interfere in expression. Infants, children in time, unthinking, unblinking, with our entire lives ahead of us, nothing but a blank canvas.full story »
Picture a dimly-lit room, its contents in disarray. Books are strewn about haphazardly, bedcovers are in shambles, shards of a broken vase lie on the floor. The ceiling has been pulled low, creating a claustrophobic space and a sense of being trapped. There are sounds of marching boots, an insistent pounding on a door and then, a wailing cry.full story »
The Beauty of Bangladesh, first solo show of Bangladeshi artist Rashedul Islam is currently on display at the Mithila Yain Gallery in Thamel. The exhibit comprises almost entirely of watercolour landscapes—some of lush pastures and others of the mangrove estuaries that typify the Bengal delta.full story »
An exhibition of paintings by Prithvi Shrestha is currently ongoing at the Siddhartha Art Gallery, Babarmahal. Shrestha is the first recipient of the Himalayan Light Art Scholarship, which was established by Chinese artist, Zhao Jianqui to support contemporary Nepali art. Zhao had presided over the inaugural event as chief guest last week. full story »