Lain Singh Bandgel lives on

The works of Nepal’s foremost artist are up for grabs for a limited time at an auction in London

Five Decades of Lok Chitrakar

The art of making the invisible visible through paubha

The wheel of time and thought

There is a widely circulated image of King Gyanendra taken at his post-royal massacre coronation in 2001. The golden throne is visibly aged, chipping...

Ashish Dhakal

Redefining art at Kathmandu Triennale 2077

After being put off by the pandemic, Nepal’s largest art festival is finally being held from 11 February - 31 March in venues...

Ashish Dhakal

Dipesh Nepali’s dark light

A painting that transports the artist and viewer to life’s dark period, and deliverance from it

Rajan Sakya

Art for a cause

More than 1,500 children in Nepal are diagnosed every year with some form of cancer. Many of them are treatable, but because...

The house of Kalapremi

In the centre of the room of the ground floor at Siddhartha Art Gallery, tattooed ceramic female figures stretch languidly astride grazing...

Shristi Karki

N A R Ì by Mukti Singh Thapa

A skilful but blunt depiction of Nepali society on canvas

Rajan Sakya

Riding on the waves of colours

Inside Dhokaima Cafe’s Van Gogh room, Aakash Pradhan’s photo collages are like splashes of colour on black walls of a dark room.They...

Shristi Karki


Artist Sunita Rana’s imaginary locations transfer the viewer to a dream world: ethereal light shines through trees with red, yellow and pink...

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