The old Buddhist scriptures tells that the Kathmandu Valley once was a snake-infested lake.
Ninety-one aeons ago a perfect, radiant lotus flower appeared on the surface of the lake, which the gods proclaimed to be Swayambhu the abstract essence of Buddhahood.
Manjushri, the bodhisattva of knowledge, drew his sword and cut a gorge at Chobar, south of Kathmandu, to drain the lake.
On 22 April we open our first exhibition with sculptures only: Follow The Frogs by MZN Shrawan.
Follow updates about the opening and interviews with the artists and the frogs here.