Taragaon Museum invites you all to the Object in focus – series 4.
A single object exhibition.
On this “Object in focus” series – 4, we are featuring Kathmandu based visual artist Nabendra Limbu .
On this series we will be focusing on his work titled
“खाजा घरमा मुस्कान ” – (A smile in a public place)
1 Big Idea
A single object exhibition is a concept, which would allow viewers and also artists to LOOK, SEE & THINK Contemporary Art in a completely different perspective.
Bon in 1975 in Taplejung Dhungesangu, Nepal, Nabendra Limbu spent his childhood in Hong-Kong then in Kathmandu, where he is based now. He earned his Master of Fine Arts MFA from Tribhuwan University, Central Department of Fine Art in Painting after receiving his Bachelor of Fine Arts BFA from Lalitkala Campus. He was visiting faculty at Lalitkala Campus in 2004-5 and a full-time faculty member at Kathmandu University, Center for Art and Design from 2005 till 2011. In 2003, his debut solo “Rhythmic Existential Relationship” at NAFA featured a series of his semi-abstract paintings. “Samaahit”,his second solo was a culmination of his exploration into pure abstract works and was exhibited in 2017. He has participated in various exhibitions and his works are collected by many admirers from around the world. Nabendra juggles his time between teaching at Kalaalayaa and his intensive studio practice.
(Text by Sujan Chitrakar)