Artists

The Kathmandu Triennale 2077 exhibition sees the participation of over 100 artists and collaborators, from more than 40 nations.

Kathmandu Triennale is excited to present our list of participating artists, collectives and groups. 

Pacita Abad (The Philippines), Artree Nepal + Urmila Gamwa Tharu (Nepal), Korakrit Arunanondchai + Alex Gvojic (Thailand + USA), Bal Krishna Banamala (Nepal), Nyima Dorjee Bhotia (Nepal), Mohamed Bourouissa (France), Daniel Boyd (Australia), Mircea Cantor (Romania), Chan Kwok Yuen (Hong Kong), Chang En Man (Taiwan), Olga Chernysheva (Russia), Chet Kumari Chitrakar (Nepal), Lok Chitrakar (Nepal), Mae Clark (USA), Liliana Angulo Cortés (Colombia), Cian Dayrit (The Philippines), Dedron (Tibet), Mireille Delice (Haiti), Bachhi Devi (Nepal), Palati Devi (Nepal), Mary Dhapalany (Australia), Patrizio Di Massimo (Italy), Mihaela Drăgan (Romania), Bijay Dutta Mani + Mira Devi Dutta + Priyanka Karna (Nepal), Izmail Efimov (Russia), Köken Ergun + Tashi Lama + Satyam Mishra (Jai Nepal) (Turkey/Germany + Nepal + India), Naufus Ramirez Figueroa (Guatemala), Irina Giri + Sonam Choekyi Lama + Keepa Maskey (Nepal), Pramila Giri (Nepal) Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster (France),  Ion Grigorescu (Romania), Dal Bahadur Gurung (Nepal), Pooja Gurung + Bibhusan Basnet (Nepal), Sheroanawe Hakihiiwe (Venezuela), Hao Liang (China), Aziz Hazara (Afghanistan), Nikau Hindin (Aotearoa), Andrew Thomas Huang (USA), Hung Fai (Hong Kong), Jivarama (Nepal), Sudhira Karna (Nepal), Karnali Arts Center (Nepal), Shubha Kayastha + Deepti Silwal (Nepal), Puran Khadka (Nepal), Vvzela Kook (Hong Kong), Pranika Koyu (Nepal), Sakarin Krue-On (Thailand), Gopal Kumal + Buddha Man Kumal + Dukharam Chaudhary + Sahadev Tharu + Chotu Tharu + Tulsi Ram Tharu (Nepal), Emma Kunz (Switzerland), LAB (India), Lam Tung Pang (Hong Kong), Chenda Singe Lama (Nepal), Chija Lama (Nepal), Kabi Raj Lama (Nepal), Pramila Lama (Nepal), Liu Kuo-Sung (Hong Kong/Taiwan), Sunita Maharjan (Nepal), Ujjwala Maharjan (Nepal), Youdhisthir Maharjan (Nepal), Freddy Mamani (Bolivia), Madhumala Mandal (Nepal), Rebati Mandal (Nepal), Krishna Manandhar (Nepal), Ana Mendieta (Cuba), Pavel Mikushev (Russia), J.D. 'Okhai Ojeikere (Nigeria), Uriel Orlow (Switzerland/UK), Sanghari Sanskritik Pariwar (Nepal), Thảo Nguyên Phan (Vietnam), Antonio Pichillá (Guatemala), John Pule (Niue/Aotearoa), Komal Purbe (Nepal), Bári Raklóri (aka Emilia Rigova) (Slovakia), Ashmina Ranjit (Nepal), Rosanna Raymond (Aotearoa), Joydeb Roaja (Bangladesh), Zamthingla Ruivah (India), Bhakta Bahadur Sarki (Nepal), Citra Sasmita (Indonesia), Seema Sharma Shah (Nepal), Shashi Bikram Shah (Nepal), Uma Shankar Shah (Nepal), Anil Shahi (Nepal), Urgen Dorje Sherpa (Nepal), Arhant Shrestha (Nepal), Karan Shrestha (Nepal), Shraddha Shrestha (Nepal), Ekaram Singh (Nepal), Simon Soon (Malaysia), Bidhyaman Tamang (Nepal), Subas Tamang (Nepal), Alina Tamrakar (Nepal), Tan Zi Hao (Malaysia) Katerina Teaiwa (Australia), Manjula Thakur (Nepal), Aqui Thami (India), Indu Tharu (Nepal), Subash Thebe Limbu (Nepal), Batsa Gopal Vaidya (Nepal), Hitesh Vaidya (Nepal), Mona Vătămanu + Florin Tudor (Romania), Wai Pong Yu (Hong Kong), Bo Wang + Pan Lu (Hong Kong), Gyempo Wangchuk (Bhutan), Brittney Leeanne Williams (USA), Wing Po So (Hong Kong), Women's Group Kautaha Halaleva (Tonga), Sawangwongse Yawnghwe (Myanmar), Trevor Yeung (Hong Kong).

Not listed here are the many unrecorded artists of different historical eras whose contributions are crucial to the Triennale.

View and download the PDF of the catalogue for Kathmandu Triennale 2077 exhibition here.

Kathmandu Triennale 2077 was made possible by the generous support of various Sponsors and Partners
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