KATHMANDU, Aug 26: A photo exhibition titled 'A Way of Telling,' featuring the works of six talented Nepali photographers, has commenced at Patan House in Dhaugal, Patan. The exhibition was inaugurated on Friday evening, marking the commencement of a month-long exhibition.
KATHMANDU, March 14: Photo Exhibition ‘इतिहासको हराएका पाना:The Tyranny of Exclusion’, a commemoration of Nepali female political leaders curated and organized by Mega Maskey, Abhijeet Adhikari and Satyam Shiva Mishra, with the support of Nepal Leadership Academy and International Republican Institute, was held at Patan Museum on March 10 and 11.
A photo book ‘Himalayan Fashion Adventure’ by photographer Gautam Dhimal was launched in Kathmandu. Along with that, a photo exhibition of the same kicked off on 18 February in Location Nepal, Mandikhatar that will continue till 24 February.
KATHMANDU, Dec 29: An exhibition of the best photographs selected in the Nepal Photo Competition 2076 BS organized by the Photojournalist Club (PJ Club) in collaboration with Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) has started in the hall of NTB, Pokhara.
I entered to the gallery on Saturday evening but my mood changed immediately and became bewildered after observing 38 breathtaking images that were captured within the time span of nearly four years (2017 to 2021).
A photo exhibition ‘Ways of the mountains’ by Kathmandu-based photographer Sudin KC opened on 30 November at Himalayan Java, Mandala Street, Thamel. The exhibit portrays the mountain culture and stories of the people living in the Himalayas and their rich cultures and traditions that are nearly untouched by modern influences.
Have you ever wondered what Kathmandu looked like many years back? Was it just as chock-a-block with concrete houses and plagued with traffic back then as well? A photo exhibition at The Taragaon Museum might answer some of your questions.
The exhibition features 102 black and white photographs by 44 photographers. In the exhibition, the images of Kathmandu Valley, people and their daily activities provide a powerful and fascinating vignette into the socio cultural history.
KATHMANDU, April 25: Nearly two months after the sudden demise of the then Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, Rabindra Adhikari, a photo exhibition has been organized in the capital in remembrance of the late minister.
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.
KATHMANDU, March 17: With an objective to showcase the outstanding socio-cultural and environmental values of the Karnali region, a week0long photo exhibition started at Nepal Art Council in the capital on Saturday.
KATHMANDU, Dec 27: Marking three years of National Reconstruction Authority’s (NRA) establishment, a photo exhibition entitled ‘Rebuilding Nepal’ is being commenced at Nepal Art Council, Babarmahal on Wednesday. Sushil Gyawali, CEO of NRA inaugurated the three-day long photo exhibition.
Taragaon Museum based at Boudha, Kathmandu, is currently garnered with photo exhibition ‘Boudhanath 1972’ by Danish visual fine artist Mette Ussing. The exhibition that began on October 14 showcases both black & white and color photographs taken in 1972 when Ussing first visited Nepal.
KATHMANDU, Oct 14: A month-long photography festival, ‘Photo Kathmandu’ organized by photo.cirlce, started this Friday. Patan and Kathmandu have been selected as the venues for the third edition of the photo exhibition. The fair is especially focused toward social issues such as gender, power, identity, patriarchy, and sexuality.