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 ‘ Sabita Dangol is a multi-disciplinary artist who expresses her creative instincts through performances and paintings. In this series of artworks, she juxtaposes imagination and reality to make surreal compositions, using objects seen and used in daily life. The realities of these objects are transformed in imaginative compositions expanded on the canvas. Fishes float in the air, the combs metamorphose into  human forms, their functions acquiring a different reality, fusing different entities with one another.’

ECS Magazine Nepal

 

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Panel 1

Portfolio

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The painting ‘couple’ was selected in the prestigious ’18th Asian Art Biennale’ at Shilpakala Academy in Bangladesh, and currently in the museum collection of ‘Museum of Nepali Art’ (MONA) run by KGH
India Art Fair 2018
The painting ‘Couple Series’ was selected by Nepal Art Council from Nepal to be exhibit in India Art Fair at NSIC Complex, New Delhi India from 9-12 February 2018
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The painting ‘Sublime Conjugation’ was awarded by ‘Fine Art Special Award’ in the ‘7th National Exhibition of Fine Arts’ organized by Nepal Academy of Fine Arts held in Nepal Art Council, Kathmandu and currently in the museum collection at Rubin Museum
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The painting ‘Couple’ was been selected to be exhibit in the ‘International Watercolor Festival’ exhibition held in Nepal Art Council, Kathmandu organized by International Watercolor Society, Nepal from 3rd-10th November, 2016
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‘Re-energize’ Performance during Kathmandu International Performance Art Festival at The Taragaon Museum, Kathmandu 2016
The painting for ‘Imago Mundi Nepal Collection’ exhibition at The Taragaon Museum, Kathmandu 2016
The painting was created during  ‘Art for Nature’  an initiated  Art Symposium  by Eco-system  Based Adaptation (EBA) Project in Panchase area lies on Kaski, Parbat, Syanga district of western part of Nepal.
Untitled i Acrylic on Canvas 14 x 18 inch 2015 (SOLD)
The painting was selected to exhibit in ‘9th Park Art Fair’, by Park Gallery, Lalitpur in 2015,
 Transformation Acrylic on canvas 14x36inch 2014 (SOLD)
Open House Exhibition of local artist in residence , Gallery Mcube, Lalitpur 2014
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‘Feminine Force’ a performance during Kolkata International Performance Art Festival (KIPAF), India, 2014
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from portrait to self-portrait … Nepal album, diptych : Antonio Nodar in 2012
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‘Body and mind’, a site specific installation at CRACK international art camp, Kustia, Bangladesh in 2012

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