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Sushma's 'Spectrum' portrays real life

 Tuesday, February 21,2006 
KATHMANDU: A solo photo exhibition of Sushma Amatya entitled "Spectrum of Moment" opened at the Siddhartha Art Gallery Saturday and will continue till 1st of March.

Amatya, a freelancer has been trying to capture real life situations into her lens for the last two years. Her black and white photos are a portrayal of rural, urban and tribal life in Nepal, Bangladesh and Edinburgh, England.

"I love to capture the moment and mood of people conducting their lives and through B/W photos we get the clear glimpse of it," said the versatile photographer.

Altogether there are 54 B/W photographs which portray the life of the common people and their moments of happiness.

Sangita Thapa, the organiser and the Executive Director of the Gallery said that she had given a forum to Amatya as her photos depicted the real life situations from across the country and abroad.

Chief Guest, Lama Rangbar, Director of the Ngakpa Foundation said that Amatya's pictures were excellent, lovely and wonderful.

Commenting on the photos he said that she had great sensitivity, power of truth in her composition, texture, emotional colour and deep prospects for human conditions.

P.L Singh, one of the visitors at the exhibition, said that Amatya in her photos had tried to show the life of ultra modern society, the traditional life in urban area, which is very fascinating.

"She is not just a photographer but an artist who can see the nature, culture."

"The photographs are a mixture of life and society, which I am seeing for the first time and I really adore her remarkable work," said Dr. Shaphalya Amatya, Executive Director of HERITAGE Nepal.


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