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Photography Exhibition 'Nepal: Then & Now'

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‘Nepal: Then & Now’ is a photography exhibition that juxtaposes historical and contemporary photographs of Nepal, examining how the physical and social landscape of Nepal has changed over time. Free Entrance! Friday, 25th of May: 5:30 - 6:30pm: Exhibition Opening 6:30 - 7:30pm: Musical preformance by 'Raspberry Bush' 7:30 - 8:30pm: Solo Musical performance by 'Bee Numb' This exhibition will showcase 10 different comparisons, selected/taken by various photographers. By having the work of different photographers, with varying levels of expertise, it allows for different interpretations and perspective on the overarching theme of Nepal in flux. Photographers: > Shisang Lama > Fritz Berger > Bipin Raj Tiwari > Ram Paudel > Katherine Cheng > Pablo Lopez > Shrijana Shrestha > Peter Gill ‘Nepal: Then & Now’ will examine change from different perspectives and through the lenses of different lived-experiences of the artists Change is complicated and multi-faceted, impacting society in both negative and positive ways. In the last hundred years Nepal has gone through a period of rapid change, with: the rise and fall the Rana autocracy; tumultuous political changes; Nepal opening up its borders; the “hippie invasion” and freak street; becoming a tourist and NGO global hotspot; technological advancements; educational reform; the destruction of the April 2015 Nepal Earthquake; and globalisation.

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‘Nepal: Then & Now’ is a photography exhibition that juxtaposes historical and contemporary photographs of Nepal, examining how the physical and social landscape of Nepal has changed over time. Free Entrance! Friday, 25th of May: 5:30 - 6:30pm: Exhibition Opening 6:30 - 7:30pm: Musical preformance by 'Raspberry Bush' 7:30 - 8:30pm: Solo Musical performance by 'Bee Numb' This exhibition will showcase 10 different comparisons, selected/taken by various photographers. By having the work of different photographers, with varying levels of expertise, it allows for different interpretations and perspective on the overarching theme of Nepal in flux. Photographers: > Shisang Lama > Fritz Berger > Bipin Raj Tiwari > Ram Paudel > Katherine Cheng > Pablo Lopez > Shrijana Shrestha > Peter Gill ‘Nepal: Then & Now’ will examine change from different perspectives and through the lenses of different lived-experiences of the artists Change is complicated and multi-faceted, impacting society in both negative and positive ways. In the last hundred years Nepal has gone through a period of rapid change, with: the rise and fall the Rana autocracy; tumultuous political changes; Nepal opening up its borders; the “hippie invasion” and freak street; becoming a tourist and NGO global hotspot; technological advancements; educational reform; the destruction of the April 2015 Nepal Earthquake; and globalisation.

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