- The Feminist Memory Project
27 October, 6:30pm, Mangahiti, Patan
- Invisible Photographer Asia Awards ‘18
28 October, 6:30pm, Bubahal, Patan
- New Wave in Nepali Photography II
30 October, 6:30pm, Khapinchhen, Patan
- Unstill Life: African Women Photographers
31 October, 6:30pm, Tapahiti, Patan
- Tour of Langtang Memory Project and stories by the Langtang Community
27 October, 12–1pm, Chhaya Center, Thamel
- Katrin Koenning in conversation with Tanvi Mishra
30 October, 10:30am–12pm, Artudio, Swoyambhu
The Bind Collective (India) brings together a selection of photo books and poetry which explore the interconnected themes of gender, sexuality and patriarchy in personal and social spheres across the world.
Till 16 November, 11am–7pm, Namkha, Bagalamukhi, Patan
Sempa Tserah, Kipu Sho
The Langtang Memory Project explores the visual history of Langtang Valley by highlighting voices of Langtangpa women while reflecting on the aftermath of disaster, questions of cultural heritage, and ongoing processes of social change.
Till 16 November, 11am–7pm, Chowk, Ground Floor, Chhaya Center, Thamel
Where Love is Illegal
Because bigotry thrives where we are silenced by fear, Robin Hammond creates a space for LGBTI community to share stories of discrimination and survival.
Till 16 November, 11am–7pm, Tumbahal, Patan
Five-decade-long collection and archive of Nepali digital photos and materials published in Nepali, left open for public. Madan Puraskar Pustakalaya and Nepal Picture Library invites to reminisce the past of multicultural and pluralist Nepal.
Till 1 November, 11am–6pm, Madan Puraskar Pustakalaya, Patan Dhoka
The Lost Head and the Bird
Sohrab Hura opens a window into hidden aspects of contemporary India—an
absurd and chaotic world where the boundaries between fact and fiction are blurred; and where
the undercurrents of caste, sexual, religious and political violence lurk beneath the surface.
Till 16 November, 11am–7pm, Kot Pati, Hakha, Patan
The public life of women
A multi-chap ter exhibition that memorialises women’s pasts in the belief that their historical visibility will advance the case for liberation.
Till 16 November, 11am-7pm, Bhai Dega, Patan
Brotherhood/ Gurkhas’ sons
A two part series bringing together the archive of Shreedhar Lal Manandhar with a photographic series shot by his niece Nina Manandhar. She responds to her uncle’s work by interpretating the brotherhood concept in different forms and ways.
Till 16 November, 11am–7pm, 1st Floor, Chhaya Center, Thamel/ Bhugol Park, New Road, Kathmandu
Islands of our bodies
A multimedia project inquiring into the body of women through abstraction, fantasy, and reality.
Till 16 November, 11am-7pm, Kaalo.101, Nagbahal, Patan
The Independent Chronicler
Celebrating Shreedhar Lal Manandhar’s wide ranging and influential career which has served as an inspiration for generations of Nepali photographers.
Till 16 November, 11am-7pm, 1st floor, Chhaya Center, Thamel
There are no homosexuals in Iran
Laurence Rasti from Switzerland explores the concepts of identity and gender, and seeks to restore the face of Iranian homosexuals (stuck in a transit zone) which their country stole from them.
Till 16 November, 11am-7pm, Pimbahal, Patan
The Lightning Testimonies
A multi-channel video installation by Amar Kanwar that reflects upon a history of conflict in the Indian subcontinent through experiences of sexual violence, and transports us beyond the realm of suffering into a space of quiet contemplation, where resilience creates the potential for transformation.
Till 12 April, 11am-7pm, 6th floor, Chhaya Center, Thamel
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