An interactive virtual exhibition that reflects the diversity of Himalayan culture
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Kathmandu, July 1 -- When travel restrictions across the world were announced, artists were concerned about how they would pursue their art. Because while art can be undertaken as just a medium of expression, where artists channelise their creativity, at the end of the day, artists need an audience.
But with the number of Covid-19 cases rising every day, and governments extending the shutdown of public spaces, it's not possible for art enthusiasts to visit art galleries. To fill that void and to keep the Nepali art sector thriving, many art galleries have switched to virtual art exhibitions, among which Windhorse gallery's 'Prayer Flags: Art from the Himalayas' is one.
Located near Bhanimandal, Jawlakhel, the gallery had started the exh...
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