Through her personal history, she exposes how our national, collective history discards women’s experiences by always focusing on paternal family history and lineage.
Image: Philippe Van Cauteren, photo by Dirk Pauwels
The Triennale is like a pumping system to show the potential of the arts in other industries in the city.
Image: Divided Nepal (Gaijatra series), Ragini Upadhyay-Grela, acrylic on canvas, 76 X 92 cm, 2009
Cut-outs of poles and cables rearranged and glued together. A white square split in two – a brick wall drawn on one half and a tunnel-like hole on the other; in the middle, a poem inside a pomegranate, an ode to the neighbourhood fruit tree now buried under concrete.
Image: Director Parnab Mukherjee
How does one evaluate Parnab Mukherjee’s ‘trans-creation’ of the Eugene O’ Neill oddity, ‘Hughie’?
Image: Nasala Chitrakar and Malashree Suvedi
On 20 February this year, the eighth-grade students of East Horizon English Higher Secondary School in Jhapa found their language teacher, Rekha Ma’am, seated amongst them. That day, our team of four weary Word Warriors was taking on her role. After 16 long hours on a night bus from Kathmandu, we decided to throw our [...]