Anthropocene in Art

Conversation with Mexican-British multi-disciplinary visual artist Mónica Alcázar-Duarte

PhotoKTM 5’s visual extravaganza

Annual festival returns to Kathmandu with a focus on co-existence and nature

Snow leopard redux

Photographer Tashi R Ghale's exhibition of the elusive cat in its melting Himalayan habitat

The dreamscape of Mithila art

‘Colors of Shared Dreams’ at Nepal Art Council is an act of transference, most notably of the millennia-old traditions of Mithila art and...

Art for art's sake

Siddhartha Art Gallery is once again alive with a vibrant colour palette, meticulously textured on canvas, depicting stunning expressions of devotion and...

Ashish Dhakal

Echoes of myth and monument

Among the many legends about the Boudhanath Stupa, one involves a poor poultry keeper Jhazima and the buffalo skin.Boudhanatha is in fact...

Ashish Dhakal

The imaginarium of Samridh Mukhiya

Sitting cross-legged in the dappled light under a tree outside the Siddhartha Art Gallery, his hand resting on a knee and wearing...

Ashish Dhakal

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

Muses of the mountains

Bharat Rai's ongoing exhibition ‘Whistle Blower’ at Ekantakuna's Wind Horse Gallery is a quasi-surreal take on the world of tourism and mountaineering....

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