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In memory of Uttam Kharel

In memory of Uttam Kharel

- by Republica

Around 73 artworks including paintings, drawings and sculptures by late veteran artist Uttam Kharel is on display at Nepal Art Council, Babermahal. The exhibition began on March 17 and is organized by Sirjana College of Fine Arts.

‘Our songs from the forest’ on display

‘Our songs from the forest’ on display

- by Republica

Little by little, they are beginning to ask questions and push boundaries. Without a doubt, life in Achham is not easy, and the patriarchy unabashedly cruel. Women are considered impure while they menstruate, and are banished to a rudimentary shed, the infamous chhau-goth, for 7 whole days of every month. For 7 days of every month, women are deemed untouchable.

Expressions of women

Expressions of women

- by Republica

Gallery LA is hosting a group painting exhibition on the occasion of International Women’s Day 2019 at Boudha. The all women’s exhibition began on March 8. The exhibition includes seven women artists—Anamika Gautam, Anisha Maharjan, Deepmala Maharjan, Kunti Shree Thapa, Muna Bhadel, Namrata Singh and Sabita Dangol.

Season on display

Season on display

- by Republica

Though the gallery is congested and the wall is crowded with different sized paintings, it is definitely a platform to know women artists of Nepal and the forms and themes they work on.

Showcasing anti-corruption through painting

Showcasing anti-corruption through painting

- by Republica

In the painting, there is a rhythm in the use of motifs and the color combination has a balance making it aesthetically appealing. Though having numerous things happening in the canvas, his skillful way to use positive and negative space has given a balance in the painting. This has led the viewers to get a clear picture of what the artist is trying to convey.

Big thaw hits Harbin ice sculptures in China

Big thaw hits Harbin ice sculptures in China

- by Reuters

Ice and snow sculptures carved by nearly 10,000 artists in the city of Harbin have melted during a sudden warm spell, forcing the earliest closure of the main venue at China’s biggest winter festival.

Stories of lives walking through the dark tunnel toward the light

Stories of lives walking through the dark tunnel toward the light

- by Sangita Shrestha

Despite being the victims of conflict, because they are civilians, they never received compensations of any kinds from the government for what had happened to their lives and the lives attached to them. Though the civil war came to an end in 2006, the sufferings of the war-victims still have not finished.  The various difficulties they face and how they are coping with their lives now are on an exhibition titled ‘14 Stories: Living Memories of War’. The exhibition kicked off on Tuesday at Staff College, Jawalakhel where it also features the audio along with photographs of survivors.

SC Suman's Songs of Innocence and Experience

SC Suman's Songs of Innocence and Experience

- by Shahin Sunuwar Rasaili

Siddhartha Art Gallery is garnered with enchanting paintings by Veteran artist SC Suman. The exhibition titled 'Songs of Innocence and Experience' that began on January 23 continues till Wednesday.

Weeping Banyan on exhibition

Weeping Banyan on exhibition

- by Republica

American Visual Artist Maureen Drdak, while in Nepal as a Fulbright research fellow in 2011, she passed by an ancient and stately banyan tree nearby Department of Immigration office, Kalikasthan. She noticed that this tree was choked by encroaching development and deprived of room to grow naturally. Its aerial roots had been severely cropped to prevent their descent, resulting in masses of hanging gravid bundles. Drdak experienced these striking shapes as powerful yet poignant metaphors for development’s relentless strangulation of natural forces, she was inspired to explore their forms.

Marvels of traditional Newar art on exhibition

Marvels of traditional Newar art on exhibition

- by Sangita Shrestha

As you enter the gallery, you could feel this difference created by the lighting on the objects. Inside the gallery, you can get a vibe of walking inside a scared place surrounded by paintings and idols of Hindu and Buddhist gods and goddesses, as all the artworks are inspired by religious motifs found in Hinduism and Buddhism.

Manish’s representation of Kathmandu City: Project #1336

Manish’s representation of Kathmandu City: Project #1336

- by Sangita Shrestha

In the exhibition, the installation work looks like a pile of colorful intestine spread around 1300 sq/ft area. But when looked closely you could get a feel of the Kathmandu Valley that is surrounded by hills. Then both the ends of the rope are visible as if symbolizing; with the beginning of life, there is always an ending to it.

Ball gowns galore: London’s V&A Museum stages new Dior show

Ball gowns galore: London’s V&A Museum stages new Dior show

- by Associated Press

“The Ballroom,” which celebrates the designer’s love for extravagant evening wear with aplomb. Dozens of handmade gowns in sumptuous silks, feathers and crystals are displayed in a mirrored room with lighting that simulates sparkling constellations and showers of gold dust.

Where there is ‘Hope’, there is a way

Where there is ‘Hope’, there is a way

- by Sangita Shrestha

As students do not have much financial support for an exhibition, it took them five months to make the exhibition a success. They are financially in debt and about the exhibition, Vikram shared, “We four connected instantly and we saved money from our pockets for the exhibition. In the course of our work, the owner of frame store was well impressed by our work that he did us a generous favor by making the frames in credit.” The exhibition started with a positive spirit and they are happy with the favorable outcome.