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  • New pieces from Mark my Words exhibition

    Wednesday, Oct 30, 2013 5:42PM / Standard Entry

    Thank you very much for showing up at the opening of my exhibition “Mark my Word” at Image Ark Gallery the other day. A special big up to Aditya Aryal aka Sadhu-X and Shraddha Shresta aka Deadline for the kind words at the opening. I really am looking forward to further collaboration in the future. I had a blast and it means everything to me. You should really check out the work of Sadhu-X and Deadline and their work with Artlab. An artistic group of people which have the purpose of creating a meeting point for emerging urban artists in Nepal. Great stuff. While on the subject have a look and follow the Prasad project of portraying local heroes in the streets of Kathmandu.

    As this is a continuation of the exhibition “A thousand words say more than a picture” I only displayed a few new works at this show. Have a look below and let me know what you think. Previous work you will find on the main page.

    Undisciplined-tribe-I-III

    Undisciplined tribe I-III (triptic), 2013, ink stamped on paper, 56 X 77 cm

    Cash-is-queen1

    Cash is Queen, 2013, ink stamped on paper, 56 X 77 cm

    The-change-saturday-night-fever-version

    The Change (Saturday night fever version), 2013, ink stamped on paper, 56 X 77 cm

    Bay-of-Bengal-watch

    Bay of (Bengal) watch, 2013, ink stamped on paper, 56 X 77 cm

    The exhibition will be open until 29th of November at Image Ark Gallery.

    Kulimha tole, Ward no. 9 – Lalitpur, Nepal

    (+977) 9851 016 572

    (+977) 01 500 6665

    www.image-ark.com

    If you are in the area please come have a look at my latest work. Respect.

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  • Invitation to Mark my Words exhibition at Gallery Image Ark

    Tuesday, Oct 22, 2013 8:05PM / Standard Entry

    You are all cordially invited to my upcoming solo exhibition titled Mark my Words at Gallery Image Ark in Kathmandu, Nepal. The opening will be held on Sunday the 27th of October at 5:30 p.m. The gallery is located at Kulimha Tole, Ward No.9, Lalitpur. My work will be displayed at the gallery until 29th of November. Welcome.

    Here are some few word about my exhibition.

    Manipulated images, fractions of a context and repetition of words thousands of times – and you start to get the whole picture. The exhibition Mark my words at Image Ark Gallery tells stories of everyday struggles in a rapidly changing society. It is an extract of endless conversations, visualized with words, where the perception of the image conflicts with the message. The result is an illustrated debate where images, words and symbols coexist. With inkpads and alphabetic rubber stamps, using multiple layered stencils, Casper’s art can be defined as ‘retouched realism’. Silent shouts embedded in elements of hope, struggle and resistance.
    Mark my words is a prolonged testimony of the transformation in Myanmar/Burma and an extension of the exhibition A thousand words says more than a picture.

    For updated and further details pls join us on our facebook event.

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    My exhibition was also covered in today’s issue of The Kathmandu Post both in the printed and the epaper version

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    Beside from being an art gallery, Image Ark is also a creative studio. In their own words “We are a team of communication professionals and artists whose objective is to find effective and modern solutions for our clients’ communication needs. We share a passion for original, meaningful and contemporary communication through graphic design, photography, film production and interactive web design”. If you have the chance you should definitely go visit the gallery/studio. For inquiries they can be reached here.

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  • Saachi Online Showdown

    Saturday, Oct 12, 2013 7:44PM / Standard Entry

    I just submitted this piece to Saachi online Showdown. The theme for the showdown is “Painted faces”. Well, you can´t actually see the face because he is an #Artistanonymous #Homeboy. You can find my submitted work here:

    http://www.saatchionline.com/art/Painting-Artistanonymous-Homeboy/84794/1386521/view

    Voting begins 10/29/13 12:00 am.

    Pls drop by http://www.saatchionline.com/showdown/view/showdown/16 and support my art. Your investment is my playground.

    ArtsitanonymousHomeboyLarge

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  • September uprising

    Thursday, Sep 26, 2013 11:16PM / Standard Entry

    Today it is six years since I witnessed the September uprising in Yangon in Burma. It was one of the most horrific yet inspiring moments I have experienced and I think this moment will shape and guide me as well as my art for the rest of my life. My thoughts goes out to all of those who lost their lives, to the persons that are still missing and to all the brave people that are continuing the struggle for justice, dignity and peace in Burma. The paining “We want the airwaves” I made a few years back. It is the painting that I am most proud of and it keeps reminding me of everyone I meet in Burma. Reminding me about what you are doing and that it is important.

    We Want The Airwaves

    We want the airwaves, 2010, mixed media on canvas, 3´x 4´

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  • Corrupt, corrupt (Sold)

    Monday, Sep 9, 2013 3:12PM / Standard Entry

    Gotta love Monday mornings. Corrupt, corrupt, 2012, ink on paper, 56 X 77 cm just sold. Thanks for the support and remember that your investment is my playground.

    Corrupt Corrupt

    From now on I will call the painting Korupsi, korupsi instead since I have a feeling that it will end up in Indonesia at some point. Terimah kasi banyak Bapak!

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