Nina Manandhar
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studio@ninamanandhar.com
+44 (0)7985 115 888

@warriorprintess (IG)
@warriorprintess (TW)

Studio address:
Studio 212, 3rd Floor, 130–150 Hackney Road, London, E2 7QS

Nina Manandhar’s photographs and curated projects explore contemporary global youth identity and the meaning of style. Driven by an enduring interest in people, underpinning her work is a will to champion authenticity in commercial and arts based commissions alike.

Recent clients and project partners include Nike, Adidas, Tate, The British Council, Brownwood Recordings and Ellesse. Her editorial content has been featured in LAW, i-D, Dazed, It’s Nice That, Riposte. She is the author of ‘What We Wore – A People’s History of British Style’ (Prestel) a photographic documentary of street culture and subculture from 1950–2010 through the lens of the people living it.

  • Adidas

  • Arts Council

  • BBC Radio 1

  • Brownswood Recordings

  • British Council

  • Champfest

  • Dr Martens

  • Dickies

  • Dazed Digital

  • Exposure

  • Ellesse

  • ICA

  • i-D

  • It's Nice That

  • JD Sports

  • LAW Magazine

  • Nike

  • NOW Gallery

  • NTS Radio

  • Random House

  • Riposte

  • Paper Journal

  • Prestel Publishing

  • U-Dox

  • Tate

  • Time Out

  • Stephen Lawrence Trust

  • Showstudio

  • Umbro

Guest Lectures

It’s Nice That, SOAS, London College of Fashion, Riposte Live! Middlesex University, University for the Creative Arts, Liverpool John Moores, Central St Martins, The Photographers Gallery, Southampton Solent, Norwich University of the Arts, Camberwell Collge of Art and Design, Four Corners Gallery, London School of Social Entrepreneurs.

Panels

  • ‘British Style and Subculture: Then and Now’ i-D Magazine (Panel Chair)
  • ‘Everybody Street’ ICA with Cheryl Dunn (Panel Chair)
  • ‘Documenting Youth’ hosted by Ewen Spencer at Ditto Press
  • ‘Youth-quake’ Hosted by LS:N Global
  • ‘Power, Technology and Myth’ Tate Modern
  • ‘Space is the Place’ Arcola Theatre
  • ‘Social Networks and Arts relationship to Music and Fashion’ ICA
  • ‘My City Too’ Stephen Laurence Trust
  • ‘Women in Arts and Enterprise’ Powersuit, Shoreditch House

Workshops

  • ‘Stories Uncovered - The London Archive’ South London Gallery, Black Cultural Archives, 198 Contemporary Learning, Whitechapel Gallery, Tate Collective.
  • ‘Fashion DNA: Image Makers’ British Council Nigeria
  • ‘What We Wore - LIVE ARCHIVE’ - V&A Museum, Tate Gallery
  • ‘Streetstyle Photography Workshops’ BBC Radio 1 Academy
  • ‘Make a Fanzine Workshops’ The W Project x Nike
  • ‘ISYS x Paved With Gold’ Tate Modern

Philomena Clarke (1978) – What We Wore