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Special Screenings – Amar Kanwar
March 28, 2019
Photo Kathmandu in collaboration with Film Southasia is pleased to announce a special weekend of ...
November 6, 2018
When you make an image, an idea, a perception or a conclusion about someone or ...
Responding to Spaces and People: The Photo Kathmandu 2018 Residency Program
October 6, 2018
by Veeranganakumari Solanki, Guest Curator, Residency Program, Photo Kathmandu 2018 Photo Credits : Kaveer Rai The ...
Building Connections: A look back at Photo Kathmandu 2016
September 16, 2018
by Tanvi Mishra, Guest Curator, Photo Kathmandu 2016 In this time of flux for the ...
Stepping out of the classroom
August 28, 2018
A key goal for Photo Kathmandu, right from its inception in 2015, has been to ...
Free Shahidul Alam
August 13, 2018
Shahidul Alam has been a close mentor and friend to photo.circle since its very establishment ...
The Past is the Present
November 22, 2016
The night before the start of The Past is the Present workshop, I went through ...
Saudi Women’s “Reality Ever After”: An Interview with Tasneem Al-Sultan
November 7, 2016
Photo: Chemi Dorje Photo Kathmandu featured the Saudi photographer Tasneem Al-Sultan’s documentary project, “Saudi Tales ...
The Personal Is Political: A Panel Review
November 2, 2016
by Sophia Rosenfeld Thursday afternoon’s panel, “The Feminist Voice in Art Practice: Fears and ...
Beyond Narcissism: How Instagram can change the world (for the better)
By Rachel McFadden From documenting the aftermath of the earthquakes in Nepal to facilitating humanitarian ...
Unearthing artefacts and memories: Interview with Kim Hak
by Yukta Bajracharya “War photographers or journalists go to the war affected areas to cover ...
Cutting through the noise: an interview with Patrick Witty
October 31, 2016
by Atul Bhattarai How did you come to decide that photo editing was what you wanted ...
From war between men to war on nature
October 28, 2016
By Lucia de Vries Where to go after the war is over? Many photographers ...
Photo Kathmandu Bungamati Fundraiser Bhoe, 25th October
October 27, 2016
by Elen Turner The narrow lanes of Bungamati were lit with small clay lamps, leading ...
Kunda Dixit and Shahidul Alam discussing journalism, censorship and visual literacy in South Asia
Pure Afghan: An Interview with Sandra Calligaro
October 26, 2016
by Atul Bhattarai How long were you in Afghanistan? How did you first approach ...
by Yukta Bajracharya 6 pm is slideshow time at Photo Kathmandu. The evening draws ...
Reflection of ‘Moving Asia’
October 25, 2016
by Robyn Natsuko Shinozaki - Today I had the opportunity to attend a panel discussions ...
And the award goes to…
October 20, 2016
Photo Kathmandu 2016 continues its tradition of recognizing individuals who have dedicated their lives ...
Build Back Stronger
July 1, 2016
When the 25 April 2015 earthquake struck Nepal, photo.circle was in the midst of ...
Losing your way in memories
June 28, 2016
In the dim, cool, ground floor of the Dhakhwa House in Patan, I spot ...
Memories from photographs
November 9, 2015
By the time I reached Patan Museum at around 1 pm to check out the ...
The BIND Collective: A private corner in a public festival
I have been wandering the streets of Patan the last few days, often finding myself ...
Kevin Bubriski’s Portraits of Nepal
November 8, 2015
by Austin Lord Sustained attention, even when it pains. This seems to be the guiding ...
Nepal Photo Project’s Instameet Session: Live streaming on bare walls
On Saturday 7th November, around 35 Instragrammers and photographers gathered under the Pipalbot Chautari in ...
Unexpected Details – Tuomo Manninen’s group portraits
After 20 years, Finish photographer Tuomo Manninen is back in Nepal for the Photo Kathmandu ...
Inside a camera: The Patan Camera Obscura
November 7, 2015
By Thomas Bell To me, the most perfect exhibit among the many wonders of Photo ...
‘North Fake’ – A short interview
Maia Ruth Lee is an artist living and working in New York. She met Peter ...
Conversations in and around the streets
In the balmy November sun, a girl pauses in-front of Kevin Bubriski’s photograph of a ...
Time Maps and Memories: The Sumitra Manandhar Gurung Collection
November 6, 2015
History is made everyday, by people like you and me, through our daily actions, decisions ...
Sparking a revolution: Thomas Borberg and Visual Thinking in the Editorial Process
November 5, 2015
On November 1, a day after Nanda Kishor Pun, former chief of the Maoist’s People ...
Presenting: Photo Kathmandu merchandise!
November 3, 2015
The Photo Kathmandu team is working round the clock to ensure that you experience the ...
November 1, 2015
The first workshop in the series, “Translating the Voice: Explorations in Listening and Writing” came ...
Empathy, despite photography
October 30, 2015
On Philip Blenkinsop’s Nepalese work - by Frédéric Lecloux Philip Blenkinsop is a photographer who doesn’t ...
An exercise in simplicity: A brief interview with Frédéric Lecloux
October 27, 2015
Frédéric Lecloux, a Belgian-French photographer, first came to Nepal in 1994 to trek. He took ...
Lights, Camera and Action!
October 18, 2015
Despite all the stress that comes with organizing a photo festival, the Photo Kathmandu team ...
Happenings around Photo Kathmandu
October 8, 2015
If you’re attending Photo Kathmandu, and happen to have an appreciation for other forms of ...
7 things to do in Patan
September 27, 2015
With Photo Kathmandu anchored in Patan, you will certainly want to explore the city and ...
The decades-old Honacha eatery is usually bursting at the seams during lunchtime, with a press ...
7 things to do in Kathmandu
September 17, 2015
For the seven days of Photo Kathmandu, here are seven things you can do in ...
A glimpse into our public slideshow nights
This year, for its first edition, Photo Kathmandu received a total submission of 545 slideshows ...
Special Screenings - Amar Kanwar
Special Screenings - Amar Kanwar