Dina Bangdel is Associate Professor and Director of Art History at Virginia Commonwealth University-Qatar in Doha, Qatar. She is a specialist of South Asian and Himalayan art, with research interests in politics of cultural identity with a focus on modern and contemporary Asian art. Her publications include: “Voices Silent No Longer: Feminism and Nepali Women Artists” (2009), “Contemporary Nepali Art Narratives of Visuality and Modernity” (2012), “Voices of Democracy: Performance and Installation Art in Contemporary Nepal” (2014), and “Framing Modern and Contemporary Nepali Art” (2015). She has curated several international exhibitions, including Circle of Bliss: Buddhist Meditational Art (2003), Pilgrimage and Faith: Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam (2012), Metamorphosis: Contemporary Art of Nepal (2015), and Fragility and Resilience in Contemporary Nepali Art (2017).
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"Gallery | Tradition Subverted: The Art of Erina Tamrakar and Asha Dangol,"
HIMALAYA, the Journal of the Association for Nepal and Himalayan Studies: Vol. 37
, Article 5.
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