#ObjectInFocus #WorkInProgress @britishmuseum #Training #ContemporaryArt #Gallery #1336 #KathmanduValley Featuring @manishlalshrestha #Exhibition #Opening on 1st February at 4:00PM #SeeYouAll
Taragaon Museum and Siddhartha Art Gallery present Weeping Banyan Small works by Maureen Drdak The sacred banyan tree, or peepal tree, is the vehicle for an intimate exhibition of ten small exquisitely rendered works—each a visual meditation on environmental degradation—by American visual artist Maureen Drdak. In 2012 while on a walk in Kathmandu during her Fulbright research fellowship, Drdak passed an ancient and stately banyan tree enclosed by a chautari and girded by a traffic clogged village roundabout. Deprived of room to grow naturally, its aerial roots had been severely cropped to prevent their descent, resulting in masses of hanging gravid bundles. Inspired to explore their forms, Drdak experienced these striking shapes as powerful yet poignant metaphors for development’s relentless strangulation of natural forces. Seven of these works employ precious lapis lazuli and palladium—evocative of water—which delicately flow through ethereal graphite drawings. The remaining three works feature her unique synthesis of copper repoussé metalwork integrated with painting, a material synthesis pioneered through her study with Newar Master Rabindra Shakya of Okhubahal, Patan. Come and join us! 15th of February | Friday | 4:00 PM Venue: Taragaon Museum | Contemporary Art Gallery
A single object exhibition “Object in Focus is starting at Taragaon Museum from February 2019. This is a series of exhibition where we will be focusing on 1 Object 1 Artist & 1 Big Idea A single object exhibition is a concept which would allow viewers and also the artists to LOOK, SEE & THINK Contemporary Art in a completely different perspective. On February, we are featuring Visual Artist Manish Lal Shrestha’s work titled “Project 1336”. This work will be on display in the Contemporary Art Gallery at Taragaon Museum. His installation work “Project 1336” is in a form of a knitted rope that represents the elevation of the Kathmandu Valley. Join us! We hope to see you all at 4:00 PM on the 1st of February. Daily 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Closed on Public Holidays. The Single object concept is inspired by the Room 3 gallery of the British Museum.
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Taragaon Museum wishes everyone a Happy & Prosperous New Year 2019. Let the old year end and the new year begin with the warmest of aspirations..
#Performance by @manishlalshrestha & #MasaeSuzuki #Japan4 #Exhibition
It's a lovely experience walking around a museum by yourself. -Brad Pitt Have you walked around Taragaon Museum by yourself?? Let us know the experience.. #taragaonmuseum #Kathmandu #Nepal
#Japan in #Nepal #Japan4 #Exhibition @taragaonmuseum #OPENING 21st #December
Taragaon Museum presents an exhibition of paintings Japan4 in collaboration with Srijana College of Fine Arts,Siddhartha Art Gallery and Gallery Mcube by Japanese Artists Hideo IIda, Masae Suzuki,Setsu Suzuki and Izumi Tanabe.. Exhibition begins from 21st Dec to 28rh Dec at the Taragaon Museum,Contemporary Art Gallery. The ambassador to Japan to Nepal Mr.Masamich Saigo has kindly consented to open the exhibition at 5pm. Gallery hours: 10am-5pm