Nina Manandhar

Nina Manandhar’s photographs and curated projects explore contemporary global youth identity and the meaning of style. With a background leading participatory youth arts projects, Manandhar navigate's between the worlds of youth arts, photography and cultural research with ease; underpinning her work is a will to champion authentic voices in commercial and arts based commissions alike. Manandhar is the author of cult style title ‘What We Wore A Peoples History of British Style’ (Prestel, Random House) She has presented projects at The Photographers Gallery, The Museum Of London, RIBA, Tate Britain and The Institute of Contemporary Arts, and has produced commissioned work for Vogue, The Fader, Financial Times, Getty, Nike, Adidas, Dr Martens, Showstudio and The British Council.