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Art Exhibition 'Panorama 60's: Pioneers of Nepali Modernism'

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‘Panorama 60’s: Pioneers of Nepali Modernism’ is a panoramic showcase of 1960s Nepali contemporary art, featuring work from eight artists who pioneered modern art in Nepal. Free Entrance! Exhibition opening on Friday the 3rd of August, from 6pm until late. Artists: > Manuj Babu Mishra > Shashi Bikram Shah > Batsa Gopal Vaidya > Krishna Manandhar > Ramananda Joshi > Indra Pradhan > Gehendra Man Amatya > Sashikala Tiwari ‘Panorama’ aims to educate the general public on the emergence and development of modernism in Nepali art. A series of lectures, performed by the participating artists, will be held intermittently throughout the direction of the exhibition. The lecture schedule will be announced at a later date. The 1960s marks the turning point of modernism in Nepal, with trends from Europe being introduced to Nepal. Modernist trends embodied the ideas of artistic experimentation and innovation. However, while European Modernism modernism was an anti-establishment movement, modern art was embraced by and became the art establishment in Nepal. Due to this fundamental ideological difference, these two movements - while having significant aesthetic similarities - are conceptually opposed. An exhibition catalogue featuring essays by artist/writer Saroj Bajrachary, Prof Dr Abhi Subedi, and co-curator Bronte Isabella will be available for purchase. The catalogue will feature in-depth artist profiles, an exhibition summary, and expert essays on Nepali Modernism.

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‘Panorama 60’s: Pioneers of Nepali Modernism’ is a panoramic showcase of 1960s Nepali contemporary art, featuring work from eight artists who pioneered modern art in Nepal. Free Entrance! Exhibition opening on Friday the 3rd of August, from 6pm until late. Artists: > Manuj Babu Mishra > Shashi Bikram Shah > Batsa Gopal Vaidya > Krishna Manandhar > Ramananda Joshi > Indra Pradhan > Gehendra Man Amatya > Sashikala Tiwari ‘Panorama’ aims to educate the general public on the emergence and development of modernism in Nepali art. A series of lectures, performed by the participating artists, will be held intermittently throughout the direction of the exhibition. The lecture schedule will be announced at a later date. The 1960s marks the turning point of modernism in Nepal, with trends from Europe being introduced to Nepal. Modernist trends embodied the ideas of artistic experimentation and innovation. However, while European Modernism modernism was an anti-establishment movement, modern art was embraced by and became the art establishment in Nepal. Due to this fundamental ideological difference, these two movements - while having significant aesthetic similarities - are conceptually opposed. An exhibition catalogue featuring essays by artist/writer Saroj Bajrachary, Prof Dr Abhi Subedi, and co-curator Bronte Isabella will be available for purchase. The catalogue will feature in-depth artist profiles, an exhibition summary, and expert essays on Nepali Modernism.

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