KATHMANDU, Oct 26: An exhibition of art works by 18 Nepali artists and a Chinese artist kick-started at Zsu Lin Yi Shi Art Centre in 798 Art Village of Beijing, China.
The exhibition was jointly organized by Thamel-based Thanka House, which has been working in promotion of Nepali arts for the past two decades, and Zsu Art Centre, shared Thanka House Proprietor Birendra Shahi.
Nepali artists including Samundraman Shrestha, Mukesh Shrestha and Raj Prakash Tuladhar are taking part in the exhibition that would last on October 14.
The event has showcased the art works of Nepali artists, Purna Hyoju, Ujaya Bajracharya, Ritesh Shahi, Madan Kiju, Hari Prasad Baidya, Shukraraj Tamang, Rabindra Munikarmi, Devendra Sinkhawal, Shiva Prasad Kiju and Minu Shakya and Chinese artist Han Li Rong.
The event was organized to serve the objective of enhancing Nepal-China friendly relations, Shahi said.
Shahi further shared that Chinese art promoter Geo-ding Qiao has been partnering with him for the promotion of Nepali art since 10 years ago. RSS