Nawang Tsomo Kinkar

Nawang Tsomo Kinkar is a writer and researcher interested in photography, contemporary art and curatorial practice. She holds a BA in Art History from the University of Toronto and MA in photography studies from Toronto Metropolitan University. Her research primarily engages with the visual culture of Tibet and the Himalayas. She has worked on research and programming projects at the Royal Ontario Museum, The Image Centre, Canadian Centre for Architecture, SMACT, and others. Her writing can be found in Public Parking, rarara, and Peripheral Review. She is currently based between Toronto and New York.


Issues Contributed:

PR 2020-2021 Print Publication

From the Archives:

Notes on Empathy: An Analysis of Zinnia Naqvi’s films: Seaview, The Translation is Approximate, and Farzana Truly, Madly, Deeply; A Case for Vulnerability: In Conversation with Beau Gomez Performing Intimacy: Pixy Liao at Centre A