Srizu Bajracharya

Srizu Bajracharya was a Culture and Arts reporter for The Kathmandu Post.

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Entrapped in their beauty

Artist Sushma Shakya’s latest solo exhibition, ‘Chen: Overlooked Reality,’ attempts to emphasise the relationship between nature’s five elements, humans, and their houses.

A mural for Satya Mohan Joshi

For the past four months, a team of paubha artists, at the request of the centenarian writer and historian Joshi, have been hard at work making a large-scale mural of Chakrasamvara, a Buddhist deity representing Vajrayana philosophy.

The way into art

With Kathmandu Valley buzzing with back-to-back exhibitions, one thing needs more emphasis than ever: How to look at art?

Accepting the colours of life

Since 2014, Bodhisattva in Action Institute, a Kathmandu-based NGO, has relied on its thangka painting classes to help people with disabilities become thangka artists.

Taking in art

The recently concluded month-long art festival Kathmandu Triennale 2077 attracted thousands of visitors, and we set out to find out what people thought of the exhibitions.

How the young see the world

Gallery Mcube’s latest exhibition, ‘Young Artists Show 2022’, reflects the concerns of youth, while also highlighting how these young people are trying to explore themselves as artists.

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