When even two is a crowd
With two different exhibitions--Young Artists Show and Woodcut Printmaking Show--Gallery Mcube is currently displaying impactful, diverse works of 42 artists. But the showcasing of so many works can become overwhelming for the viewer.
Wandering and wondering in spaces within
Wind Horse Gallery’s latest exhibition ‘Spaces Within’ provides a glimpse into the minds of two artists--Pooja Duwal and Diki Yuthok--and what art means for them.
Bringing art and science together
Neera Joshi Pradhan is perhaps Nepal’s only botanical illustrator capturing the character, details, aesthetics and scientific accuracy of flora. Her journey has been solitary but priceless.
When great artists meet a great curator
Curated by Shivangi Bansal of Danfe Arts, ‘Where Do We Go From Here’ is a well-curated exhibition displaying the fine works of four talented artists.
This art museum teleports people to different realms. And TikTokers are loving it
Art in Paradise’, the new 3D picture museum in Kathmandu Mall, offers people an opportunity to express themselves in their digital spaces, and the people of Kathmandu can’t get enough.
Achieving peace through meditation
Reeta Manandhar’s ‘Self Reflection’ is a visual treat that depicts a peaceful state of mind—one that can only be achieved through meditation.
From the eyes of a woman
Open for public viewing since International Women’s Day, the exhibition ‘Inspired’ displays the works of nine women artists who have laid bare their stories, culture and perspectives on canvas.
For this artist, tree roots are his canvas
Bishwomvar Lamichhane, from Sindhuli, has been making unique artworks out of tree roots for the past 28 years--a passion he developed by chance.
At Van Gogh room, connect with art
The pandemic had isolated the art world. But as life returns to normal, Tulikaa Kala’s solo exhibition series ‘Kholo: A cycle of life’ is opening doors--and minds--to diverse experiences and outlooks on life.
Who said art is just about paints and canvas?
‘Perception 2020’ is not your regular art exhibition. The works on display defy the conventional understanding of art--they deserve attention.
Think twice, what did you feel
The latest exhibition ‘Contemporary Art of Nepal’ brings diversity from 29 contemporary and four emerging artists--and also makes it eminent that people are now expecting more from Nepali artists.
Home is where the heart is
In the latest exhibition by Siddhartha Galley, artists Jagdish Moktan and Priyanka Singh Maharajan not only create personal artworks, but also experiment in medium and approach.
In between ideas and feelings
Gallery Mcube's latest exhibition ‘MAATO’ is manifestations of concepts that reflect contrasting takes on the medium of clay by artists Sushila Singh and Zoe Williams.
When the past meets the present
Tsherin Sherpa, through Print Exhibition, on display at Wind Horse Gallery, masterfully depicts his calibre as a fine artist.
Celebrating the art in nudity
Curated by Roshan Mishra and Kapil Mani Dixit, ‘The Virtually Nude Show’ is a thoughtful virtual exhibition that tries to break away from the conventional connotations attached to nudity in art.
Towards an evolving art world
Rajan Sakya’s Museum of Nepali Art, or MoNA, is just about ready to fill the void of a Nepali art museum that the art community has discussed for years.
Embracing tranquillity through sunyata
The first physical art exhibition in Kathmandu since March, ‘A Single Brushstroke’, at Siddhartha Art Gallery, exhibits brilliant monochromatic Chan paintings by Jerome Edou that capture the voidness, peace and emptiness of nature.
The absent art critic in the Nepali art scene
To push the discussion of art forward and to see art in more meaningful ways, focus has to be on developing better art critics, say artists.
Ubadkhabad: Ruthlessly honest and palpably gloomy
With its rich description, finely crafted dialogues, and engaging plot, Tanka Chaulagain’s latest novel Ubadkhabad is a joy to read.
What determines the value of art?
To an outsider, how the price of any artwork is determined is a mystery, but here is how you can begin to understand it.