A revival project in Leh's old town is keeping contemporary art alive

Ladakh’s first trash festival called Khimsa, regular screenings by offbeat film-makers such as Manju Kak and Frederik van Oudenhoven, a group of Japanese artists creating a wall mural, a photography workshop by UK-based photographer Michael Fung — the list is long and eclectic. Known largely for its lakes, peaks and barren landscape, Ladakh is today offering a lot more than meets the eye. The credit for this goes to the Ladakh Arts and Media Organisation (LAMO), a centre for contemporary arts that opened in Leh in 2010 and has since been pulling in lovers of art and culture f.....

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