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  1. Untitled Untitled (Work) by Bahl, Shelly (1994)

    Materials and Techniques: ink, acrylic and paper towel on paper

    Subjects: dancers; women; kitsch; Hinduism

    Local Subjects: Bahl, Shelly

  2. Mard Gras... Just Your Style Mard Gras... Just Your Style! (Work) by Bahl, Shelly (1997)

    Materials and Techniques: mixed-media installation

    Subjects: dancers; women; kitsch; Hinduism

    Local Subjects: Bahl, Shelly

  3. Portrait of a Princess, II Portrait of a Princess, II (Work) by Bahl, Shelly (1998)

    Materials and Techniques: wallpaper and acrylic on paper

    Subjects: Mughal; women; social stratification; kitsch; social classes; gender issues

    Local Subjects: leisure class; Bahl, Shelly

  4. Take-Away Take-Away (Work) by Bahl, Shelly (2000)

    Materials and Techniques: mixed-media installation

    Subjects: dancers; women; kitsch; religions (concept); Hinduism

    Local Subjects: Bahl, Shelly

  5. Ceremonial Ceremonial (Work) by Bahl, Shelly (1994)

    Materials and Techniques: mixed-media installation

    Subjects: ceremonies; kitsch

    Local Subjects: Bahl, Shelly

  6. More Miniatures More Miniatures (Work) by Bahl, Shelly (1996)

    Materials and Techniques: xerox-transfer collages on fabric

    Subjects: Mughal; women; kitsch; gender issues

    Local Subjects: womanhood; Bahl, Shelly

  7. The (Big) Miniature Paintings The (Big) Miniature Paintings (Work) by Bahl, Shelly (1995)

    Materials and Techniques: acrylic on muslin, wood

    Subjects: Mughal; social stratification; kitsch

    Local Subjects: leisure class; Bahl, Shelly

  8. Hey Ladies! Playing with Pets Hey Ladies! Ladies Playing with Pets (Work) by Bahl, Shelly (1998)

    Materials and Techniques: acrylic on paper

    Subjects: Mughal; women; social stratification; kitsch; social classes; animals

    Local Subjects: leisure class; Bahl, Shelly

  9. Shelly Bahl's Resume, pg 1 Artist Resume, [2002] (Document) by Bahl, Shelly (0000)
  10. Shelly Bahl's Artist Statement Artist Statement(s) (Document) by Bahl, Shelly (0000)
  11. Mitochondria Emancipation press release, pg 1 Exhibition press release for "Mitochondria Emancipation: 11th Annual Exhibition", Asian American Arts Centre, 2001 (Document) (2001)

    Exhibition press release for "Mitochondria Emancipation: 11th Annual Exhibition" at Asian American Arts Centre, New York City, from Sep 21-Nov 2, 2001, with artists Paolo Arao, Shelly Bahl, Julia Cowing, Mayumi Hamanaka, May Jong, Mija Jung, Ed Pien, Okhee Ryu, Micki Watanabe, and Steven Wong. (Press release dated Aug 13, 2001.)

  12. Mitochondria Emancipation flyer, pg 1 Exhibition flyer and poster for "Mitochondria Emancipation: 11th Annual Exhibition", Asian American Arts Centre, 2001 (Document) (2001)

    Exhibition flyer and poster for "Mitochondria Emancipation: 11th Annual Exhibition" at Asian American Arts Centre, New York City, from Sep 21-Nov 2, 2001, with artists Paolo Arao, Shelly Bahl, Julia Cowing, Mayumi Hamanaka, May Jong, Mija Jung, Ed Pien, Okhee Ryu, Micki Watanabe, and Steven Wong.

  13. Pink is the Navy Blue card, pg 1 Exhibition card for "Pink is the Navy Blue of India", M.Y. Art Prospects, LLC, 2003 (Document) by Bahl, Shelly (2003)

    Exhibition card for "Pink is the Navy Blue of India" at M.Y. Art Prospects, LLC, New York City, from Sep 6-Oct 4, 2003.

  14. South Asian Diaspora brochure, pg 1 Excerpts from exhibition brochure for "Contemporary Art and Identity: South Asian Diaspora in North America", Baum Gallery of Fine Art, 2000 (Document) by Bahl, Shelly (2000)

    Excerpts from exhibition brochure for "Contemporary Art and Identity: South Asian Diaspora in North America" at Baum Gallery of Fine Art, Conway, Arkansas, from Aug 22-Sep 28, 2000, with artists Neena Arora, Sylvat Aziz, Shelly Bahl, Rina Banerjee, Kiren Budhia, Allan deSouza, Ameen Gill, Nikolas Groot, Alia Hassan-Khan, Annu P. Matthew, and Tamara Zeta Sanowar-Makhan.