Kamal: A Photo & Visual Exhibition

‘Kamal’ is a group photo exhibition of 7 vibrant young aspiring artists from Nepal. The group says, “this exhibition is a road to discovery and on connecting the dots. It is their adventures, their triumphs, failures, and their stories.”
Kamal- a lotus flower in Buddhism resembles the purification of the spirit-born into murkiness. Its roots are embedded deep into the muddy water but rises above the mud to bloom, clean and fragrant. In Buddhist art, a fully blooming lotus flower signifies enlightenment, while a closed bud represents a time before enlightenment. The mud nourishing the roots embodies the obstacles of life and its adversity, and if we are to strive to gain more wisdom and compassion, we must have the intention to grow as a lotus and open each petal one by one. It is through our human experiences and our adversity that we seek to break free and bloom.
Date & Time
Opening night (with live music)-27th November 2015// 5:00 PM Onwards
Fully open- 28th November till 1st December 2015 // 10am -9pm
Exhibiting Artists:
Ramuna Pun, Rupesh Man Singh, Ujjwal Gurung, Dipankar Shakya, Kailash Gurung, Beni Waiba and Robin Neupane


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