Performing Tibetan Identities: Photographic Portraits by Nyema Droma

This exhibition of new work by Tibetan photographer Nyema Droma has been extended by popular demand in the Court of the Pitt Rivers Museum. Originally developed in two gallery spaces, the Long Gallery component of the exhibition closed on schedule at the end of May (for preparation of the Museum’s new special exhibition Lande: The Calais ‘Jungle’ and Beyond). However, the installation of large-format photographic prints displayed in the Museum Court will now continue until the end of July.

You can read more about the entire exhibition Performing Tibetan Identities: Photographic Portraits by Nyema Droma, including the Long Gallery component since ended, on the Museum’s website here or below.

 

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