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Seattle exhibit focuses on the philosophy of Bruce Lee

Seattle exhibit focuses on the philosophy of Bruce Lee

- by Reuters

After a pandemic-induced delay, a permanent exhibition focused on Bruce Lee's philosophy is opening at the Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience in Seattle, with support of the Bruce Lee Foundation. ...

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“Bloody Mary No More”: Degenderizing and destigmatizing menstruation

“Bloody Mary No More”: Degenderizing and destigmatizing menstruation

- by Samiksha Shrestha and Manawi Shah

“Not all who menstruate are women and not all women menstruate,” says SJ, who identifies them as a non-binary person. Student Ambassadors SJ, Jessica Basnet and Sneha Dahal conducted an art exhibition themed ‘Bloody Mary No More’ at Thames International College, Kathmandu from May 29 to June 1 with the slogan ‘Letsdignifymenstruation' in an effort to address various menstrual experiences among trans-people and raise awareness that cis and trans-menstruators matter and are not different in a challenging society where menstruation is a cis-normative phenomenon. The exhibition is named ‘Bloody Mary No More’ because people assume Mary is a cis woman. The exhibition attempts to discard this assumption of Mary’s gender and sex characteristics.

Art workshop “Beyond Blood” by Untold Period Stories

Art workshop “Beyond Blood” by Untold Period Stories

- by Republica

Untold Period Stories, a community that brings the topic of periods onto a judgmental free table through storytelling, hosted a live art workshop themed “Beyond Blood” on 29 May, Sunday in Gallery LA, Bauddha to mark the Menstrual Hygiene Month 2022.

Artist Sabita Dangol's solo painting exhibition comes to an end today

Artist Sabita Dangol's solo painting exhibition comes to an end today

- by Republica

A solo exhibition of paintings by Nepali female artist Sabita Dangol that started on April 11 concluded today at Siddhartha Art Gallery, Babar Mahal. Artist Dangol has tried to assess the actual ideas and imagination accepted by two couples in her solo exhibition. According to her, she has used a comb (Kainyo) as a symbol to connect her paintings. Dangol said that the innumerable ornamental patterns and other various designs used in the paintings made her realize her own logic, arguments, and thoughts that were reflected in the paintings.

Female artists dominate the Venice Biennale for 1st time

Female artists dominate the Venice Biennale for 1st time

- by Republica

For the first time in the 127-year history of the Venice Biennale, the world’s oldest and most important contemporary art fair features a majority of female and gender non-conforming artists, under the curatorial direction of Cecilia Alemani.

"Contemporary Art of Nepal" on display at Art Warehouse

"Contemporary Art of Nepal" on display at Art Warehouse

- by Republica

A total of 59 Nepali contemporary artist's artworks are on display at Art Warehouse, Bhanimandal. The exhibition is organized by Art Warehouse that began on March 25 and continues till Sunday. Moreover, 10 per cent of sale proceeds will benefit Kathmandu Institute of Child Health.

‘Young Artist's Show 2022’ on display

‘Young Artist's Show 2022’ on display

- by Republica

With an aim to create a platform for freshly graduated Fine Arts students, Gallery Mcube organized Young Artist’s Show 2022 (YAS 2022), a group exhibition by 10 artists from three different Universities of Fine arts in Nepal. This is the second edition of the show presented at Gallery Mcube, Patan.

‘The journey of artistic mastery: Samundra Man Singh Shrestha’ on display

‘The journey of artistic mastery: Samundra Man Singh Shrestha’ on display

- by Sangita Shrestha

The Museum of Nepali Art (MONA), Thamel, is running the exhibition “The journey of artistic mastery: Samundra Man Singh Shrestha.” In the exhibition, one can encounter artist Samundra Man Singh Shrestha’s paintings along with his key sketches depicting his process of work and his dedication to art.

'Reminiscence of Mithila Motifs and Lifestyle' on display

'Reminiscence of Mithila Motifs and Lifestyle' on display

- by Republica

Using acrylic on canvas to create beautiful figures of women, the artist accentuates feminine beauty by using traditional elements, representative of Nepali females- red bindis, red lipstick, and red bangles that show motifs of traditional Mithila and traditional Nepali societies as a symbolic way of spreading compassion and blessing.

Saurganga’s feelings on display at Van Gogh Gallery

Saurganga’s feelings on display at Van Gogh Gallery

- by Sangita Shrestha

Traditional cloth pouch (Thaili) is her main motif along with female figures, men, wavy water, fishes, lotus and children among others; which she links with various aspects or feelings one gets in life. Her artworks are dreamlike which are pleasant to the eyes and have a rhythm to them. She has not created any facial features for any of the human figures. The reason for not having facial features is that any viewers can relate the artworks to themselves.

'Socialist Journey' on display

'Socialist Journey' on display

- by Republica

A five-day painting exhibition began on Monday at Nepal Pragya Pratisthan, Kamaladi on the occasion of the 8th National General Convention of the CPN (Maoist Center. About two dozen works of art titled 'Socialist Journey' are on display.

SC Suman’s ‘Mithila Cosmos: The Cycles of Time' on display

SC Suman’s ‘Mithila Cosmos: The Cycles of Time' on display

- by Republica

His Mithila painting depicts the cycle of various contexts connected with the religious and social aspects of the story of the age from the true age to the Kali Yuga. His art is based on the story of the goddess who started from creation and entered four eras. By believing in the cycle of origin and destruction according to religious beliefs, the story has been raised in art.

C’est la Vie: a solo painting exhibition by Vincent Greby

C’est la Vie: a solo painting exhibition by Vincent Greby

- by Republica

A solo painting exhibition by the French artist “C’est la Vie” kicked off on December 10 at Bikalpa Art Center, Pulchowk. According to a press statement released by Bikalpa Art Center, the exhibition’s title “C’est la Vie”; a French expression for “This is life” which is a reminder of the pure essence of living, the ethos of being and existing; to simply observe the nature of reality and truth with a non-judgmental acceptance to the vicissitudes of life in order to create a happier present moment reality.