“Dallas Museum of Art to Return Sacred Statue to Nepal”
Zachary Small, New York Times, March 4, 2021

“US museum returns stolen Nepal god”
Alisha Sijapati, Nepali Times, March 2, 2021

“Nepal’s gods return from exile”
Alisha Sijapati, Nepali Times, January 28, 2021

“Art Crime Professor Erin L. Thompson Points to Stolen Statue at Dallas Museum of Art”
Christopher Blay, Glasstire, January 30, 2020

“Statue at DMA Is Just One of Nepal’s Many Pillaged Works”
Silas Allen, Dallas Observer, January 30, 2020

“Dallas Museum of Art removes object that website contends was stolen from a temple in Nepal”
The Dallas Morning News, January 30, 2020

“Stolen Deities Resurface in a Dallas Museum”
Dr. Erin Thompson, Hyperallergic, January 24, 2020

“On the Repatriation of Nepal’s Lost Art”
Swosti Rajbhandari Kayastha, ECS Nepal, March 2019

“Shining Light on Theft: The Duality of Gold in Joy Lynn Davis’ Remembering The Lost”
Marcus Prasad, Undergraduate Journal of Art History, Issue 8, April 7, 2017
permalink in PDF form

“The Lost Sculptures of Kathmandu”
Ashish Dhakal-Upadhyay, Spaces Magazine: Art & Design, May 2016

“Saving Culture and History”
Chahana Sigdel, Kathmandu Post, May 26, 2015

“Brick by Brick”
Rabi Thapa, HimalSouthasian, May 22, 2015

“Nepalese call for a return of stolen statues after quakes”
Alexandre Capron, France24, May 20, 2015

“Documenting Loss”
Stephane Huet, Nepali Times, May 17, 2015

“Saving the Ruins”
Himalayan Times, May 5, 2015

“Disaster and Recovery Mapping”
University of California Santa Barbara Library Newsletter, May 4, 2015

“American Artist Returns Stolen Sculptures to Nepal with Her Paintbrush”
Translated into French, Russian, and Spanish
Global Voices, April 26, 2015

“Remembering the stolen gods”
Rachana Chettri, Kathmandu Post, April 24, 2015

“The Lost Sculptures of Kathmandu”
Niranjan Kunwar, Huffington Post, April 14, 2015

“Exhibition of Art and Research ‘Remembering the Lost Sculptures of Kathmandu'”
United Nations, April 8, 2015

“Empty Temples, Stolen Gods”
Kathmandu Post, April 7, 2015

“The Art of Technology”
Stephane Huet, Nepali Times, November 14, 2014

“Technology and Art”
Sophia Pande, Kathmandu Post, November 15, 2014

“YANTRA 3.0: Demonstrating Harmony Between Art and Technology”
Pramila Rai, Republica, November 13, 2014

Art AsiaPacific Almanac 2014

“Valuing Lost Sculptures”
The Himalayan Times, December 21, 2013

“Lost and Found in Kathmandu”
Nepali Times, December 20, 2013

Films, Television, Recorded Talks, and Radio

“The Hidden World of Stolen Art and Artifacts”
A radio piece about the trafficking of cultural art, by Jessie Knaddler of WMRA Public Radio, March 14, 2017

“Joy Lynn Davis: Remembering the Lost”
A short film of Professor Melissa Kerin and Curator Clover Archer discussing the exhibition at Washington and Lee University’s Staniar Gallery, February 24, 2017

“Remembering the Lost: Community Response to the Theft of Kathmandu’s Sacred Stone Sculptures”
A talk by Joy Lynn Davis (1hour, 8 minutes) recorded at Rangjung Yeshe Institute, Kathmandu, September 2016

“Remembering the Lost (Nepal, 2015)”
A short film (8:52 minutes) by Maintain the Rage Productions, June 2015

“Life is Beautiful”
Kantipur TV Nepal, January 2, 2014

Coverage by Smriti Vaidya Aleen Shrestha of the exhibition at Patan Museum 15-21 Dec. 2013
begins at 9 minutes)

“Remembering the Lost”
A short film (5:53 minutes) by Maintain the Rage Productions, December 2013

Press Releases

Press Releases for Exhibition at Nepal Art Council, April 10 – April 25 (Interrupted by Earthquake) and May 20- June 6, 2015

“Remembering the Lost Sculptures of the Kathmandu Valley”
Joy Lynn Davis 10 April – 6 June 2015, Nepal Art Council, Kathmandu

(in Nepali and English as Word doc files, photo files with caption info)

Press Releases for Exhibition at Patan Museum, December 15-21, 2013

“Revisiting and remembering the lost sculptures of the Kathmandu Valley”
Joy Lynn Davis 15-21 December 2013, Patan Museum, Lalitpur

MEDIA ADVISORY – Kathmandu Contemporary Arts Centre
“Narratives of Faith and Memory: Remembering the Lost Sculptures of Kathmandu”
Patan Museum, December 15-21, 2013