Remembering the Lost

The current project by artist Joy Lynn Davis documents community response to the theft of stone sculptures from the Kathmandu Valley of Nepal.  http://rememberingthelost.com/

Upcoming Exhibition:

February 9 – March 16, 2017
Staniar Gallery, WASHINGTON and LEE UNIVERSITY, Lexington, Virginia
“Remembering the Lost: Community Response to the Theft of Nepal’s Sacred Sculptures”
an exhibition of paintings and research by Joy Lynn Davis
Art Talk and Reception:
5:30 pm, Friday, March 3, 2017
Wilson Hall & Lukes Atrium

Recent Exhibitions:

April 10 – April 25 and May 20 – June 7, 2015 (interrupted by earthquakes)
NEPAL ART COUNCIL, Kathmandu, Nepal
“Remembering the Lost Sculptures of Kathmandu”
an exhibition of paintings and research by Joy Lynn Davis
organized by the Himalayan Art and Cultural Heritage Project
with partner with Photo.Circle
sponsored by the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs and Swiss Embassy in Nepal
with additional support by UNESCO

November 2014
NEPAL ART COUNCIL, Kathmandu, Nepal
YANTRA 3.0 – Art and Technology Festival
(group show of collaborative work between artists and engineers)

December 15-21, 2013
PATAN MUSEUM, Nepal
“Narratives of Faith and Memory: Remembering the Lost Sculptures of Kathmandu”
an exhibition of paintings and research by Joy  Lynn Davis
with sponsorship by UNESCO and support from the Kathmandu Contemporary Arts Center
and coinciding with the UNESCO-sponsored international symposium
“Protecting Asia’s Heritage: Strategies for fighting illicit trafficking of cultural property and fostering restitutions”