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Affinity Aatmiyata A Duet Art Exhibition
6th to 10th February 2020

You are cordially invited to the inauguration of AFFINITY आत्मीयता, a duet art exhibition by Ishan Pariyar & Sabita Dangol on Thursday, February 6, 2020 at 4:00 pm at Nepal Art Council, BabarMahal, Kathmandu.

Prominent pop singer Mr. Nabin K Bhattarai and prominent model Mrs. Nabina Bhattarai have kindly consented to inaugurate the exhibition. The exhibition will remain open until February 10, 2020.

Gallery hours: 11 am to 5 pm
Contact phone numbers: 9849607233, 9803434030

About the Exhibition

What would have become of life if there was no unification? There would have been no life at all. We are in constant harmony with every entity that surrounds us, the air we breathe, the people we meet and even the food we take, all these things expand and confirm our being. And this unification is most realized when one is constantly reminded by a companion in a relationship of love and harmony. Young artists Ishan and Sabita through these two-person show are in a pursuit to convey such ideas of love and intimacy. The paintings and drawings in this exhibition shift its viewers to a dream-like realm, a state one elevates when one is understood and the person who understands is just in front of you. Several groups and solo art show to their credit, the two artists envision and bring forth affinity, stories of love, being loved and the spirit lifted when one experiences love and relationship.

Saroj Bajracharya Painter. Writer. Curator

About the Artists

Ishan Pariyar has earned his recognition as a visual Artist/ Painter, Illustrator, Performer, Art educator in the scenario of Nepalese Art, who has earned MFA degree in Painting from Tribhuvan University. He is the recipient of the prestigious ‘National Fine Art Award’ by Nepal Academy of Fine Arts, ‘Creative Young Artist Award’ by Siddi Setuli Pratisthan, ‘Sita Shree Talent Award’ by Pant Memorial Academy, ‘Prasanta Memorial Scholarship Talent Award’ by Prashanta Memorial Society & numerous awards. He has five solo shows in his credit including his recent solo exhibition ‘Reminiscences’ was held at Siddhartha Art Gallery in May 2019. His painting was selected in Asia’s oldest and prestigious ‘18th Asian Art Biennale’ at Shilpakala Academy, Bangladesh and also participated in 18th NIPAF ASIA in Japan. He has visited India, Bangladesh, China & Japan in terms of Art camp, festival & exhibition.  

Sabita Dangol a visual artist based in Kathmandu Nepal holds MFA degree in painting from Tribhuvan University. She is the recipient of 'Araniko Youth Award 2076' from Rashtriya Yuwa Sewa Kosh (National Fund for Youth Service) in 2019, ‘Best Nature Artist' endeavor for nature conservation & Arts by RFWV(Relief fund for wildlife victim), WWF & Art Club in 2019, ‘Fine Art Special Award’ during the National Exhibition of Fine Arts hosted by Nepal Academy of Fine Art in 2017 & numerous awards for her dedication. Her painting was selected in Asia's oldest Art Biennale '18th Asian Art Biennale' at Shilpakala Academy, Bangladesh and also featured her paintings in ‘The India Art Fair 2018’ at New Delhi representing artist from Nepal Art Council Gallery. She has five solo exhibitions to her credit. She is also a proficient performance artist and has performed more than 20 solo performances in Nepal & Abroad.

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