Subash Acharya’s ‘Beyond Boundaries’ Art Exhibition Commences in Switzerland

The much-anticipated solo art exhibition, “Beyond Boundaries,” by the distinguished artist Acharya, has officially commenced in 25 January at the HeLai Art Gallery in Uster, Switzerland. The exhibition, organized by the Swiss Nepal Chamber of Commerce and Himchuli Association, is set to run from January 25 to February 2, 2024, showcasing 19 captivating paintings inspired by Vedic and Tantric philosophy.

The inauguration marks the beginning of an immersive artistic journey, with Acharya’s profound reflections on the human experience evident in each stroke of his brush. Attendees will have the opportunity to explore the intricate blend of Upanishad and Vedic philosophy that Acharya brings to life on canvas.

Acharya, who has already graced Switzerland for the occasion, expressed his enthusiasm for sharing the art created during the challenging times of the COVID-19 lockdown in his village. The exhibition aims to transcend boundaries, inviting visitors to contemplate and break free from the confines of fear, uncertainty, and material attachment.

Throughout the exhibition’s duration, Acharya will engage with the audience through a presentation and a workshop on Nepali art, providing insights into the creative process and the profound meanings behind each masterpiece.

As the HeLai Art Gallery opens its doors to “Beyond Boundaries,” it promises to be a cultural celebration, embracing the diversity of thought and the universal language of art. Art enthusiasts and connoisseurs alike are invited to witness the brilliance of Acharya’s creations, bridging the gap between ancient wisdom and contemporary expression.

The proceeds generated from the sale of paintings will be allocated to support disability welfare and address climate change issues in Nepal through the organizing organization.


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