A Timeless Portrait of Nepal

Kevin Bubriski arrived in Nepal as a Peace Corps worker. He has returned over the decades to capture its stark landscapes and resilient people, offering a reminder of a vanishing world. Even in the 1970s, as hippies, explorers and mountain climbers moved across the country, many regions were isolated in an untouched Middle Ages. This is the Nepal that is intensely and starkly portrayed in Kevin Bubriski’s early photographs. Here is an article by Donatella Lorch on his photographs as published in The New York Times.


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