Living in the Mist by Kishor Sharma

11 Oct 2023

It gives us great pleasure to invite you to the Book release and Exhibition opening of Living in the Mist, a poignant body of work by Kishor Sharma. Wednesday, Oct 11th, 2023  3:00 – 5:00pm | Yala Maya Kendra, Patan Dhoka  Dhirendra Nalbo and NayanTara Gurung Kakshapati in conversation with Kishor Sharma. Conversation to be followed […]

The Public Life of Women – A Feminist Memory Project

18 August 2023

  We are absolutely thrilled to announce the forthcoming release of “The Public Life of Women – A Feminist Memory Project” in its long-awaited publication form. This endeavor has entailed five years of research resulting in this labour of love. Please SAVE THE DATE and join us for the release event of The Public Life […]

Dalit – A Quest for Dignity

9 November 2016

Collating photographs on Dalit lives and about Dalit resistance from the last six decades and across the diverse regions of Nepal, this photobook asserts the historical presence of Dalits in Nepali public life. With accompanying essays exploring the economic, social, and political dimensions of Dalit struggle, this volume activates archival photographs to demand an accounting […]

Juju Bhai Dhakhwa – Keeper of Memories

9 November 2016

  Through an endearingly personal lens, the Juju Bhai Dhakhwa Collection shows the community of Nagbahal in Patan, responding to political and economic changes in the country and around the world. 68p, published by and Nepal Picture Library, 2016. To get yourself a copy, visit:

Magic Days

9 November 2016

This publication illustrates the *Magic Days* of the hippy times in Nepal, as seen through the eyes of William Forbes and Susan Burns. 48p, published by and Nepal Picture Library, 2016. To get yourself a copy, visit:

Kathmandu, A Pocketful of Momos

19 December 2012

Kathmandu, A Pocketful of Momos, is a remarkable achievement by thirty eight young Bangladeshi, Nepali and Norwegian students of photography. These young men and women have observed with keen eyes and open hearts. The result of their quests… an undulating smorgasbord of life’s seemingly insignificant moments; fleeting scenes which, when viewed collectively, gift us with […]

Postcards and beyond

11 - 20 August 2012

POSTCARDS AND BEYOND is an exhibition featuring the works of Mukunda Bahadur Shrestha, a Patan-based photographer who dedicated more than 25 years of his life to photography. Mukunda ji spent the 70’s and 80’s travelling across Nepal, photographing mountains, culture and people. His photographs introduced Nepal to the world. Since early 2011 NEPAL PICTURE LIBRARY […]

The Constant Change

4 - 13 November 2011

After a challenging 14 weeks, our Masterclass with Mads Nissen participants are very pleased to share with you the stories they have produced. PARTICIPATING PHOTOGRAPHERS Kishor K. Sharma, Shikhar Bhattarai, Phurpu Tsering Gurung, Narendra Shrestha, Prasiit Sthapit, Niranjan Shrestha, NayanTara Gurung Kakshapati, Prem Tsering Sherpa, Sailendra Kharel, Uma Bista, Gaurav Dhwaj Khadka and Nirman Shrestha […]

The life of food in Nepal

21 - 25 July 2010

We installed an exhibition at the Nepal Art Council for the World Food Program. The exhibition is titled The Life of Food in Nepal and features the works of a range of Nepali photographers including Ashok R. Shakya, Bhim Ghimire, Bijay Rai, Bikas Rauniar, Bikas Karki, Chandra Shekhar Karki, Hari Maharjan, Kiran Panday, Krishna Mani […]

Hamra Hajurama (Our Grandmothers)

15 December 2009

Where better to begin a storytelling project than with the people whom we heard our first stories from? The grandmothers who shaped our earliest worldviews exist still, even if some of these remarkable women live only in our memories while others have been overshadowed by the hurly-burly of Naya Nepal. Hamra Hajurama: Our Grandmothers is […]