Bunu Dhungana (b.1981) is an artist based in Kathmandu, Nepal. She uses photography as a medium to explore and question the world around her. Her background in sociology informs her photographic work, questioning notions of gender and patriarchy. While her personal projects centre around gender, she has worked in a wide range of fields from visual ethnography, NGO/INGO work, to commercial and journalistic work.
Her work has been exhibited in Photo Kathmandu, Dali International Photo Exhibition, KunstKasten, Serendipity Arts Festival, and Mannheimer Kunstverein. She is associated with photo.circle and Nepal Picture Library in Kathmandu and is currently doing her fellowship at The Lakshmi Mittal and Family South Asia Institute, Harvard University.