Ph.D. in Art History, Universidad Complutense de Madrid (ES). Professor Fernández del Campo’s research interests include the study of Asian and contemporary art from the point of view of fusion, multiculturalism and cross-culturalism.
Dr. Fernández del Campo is a professor of East Asian and Contemporary Art at the Universidad Complutense in Madrid. She is a specialist in Indian Art, and was awarded several researching scholarships; she spent three years researching in India with grants from Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Indian Council for Cultural Relations, Universidad Complutense and UNESCO. Her many publications related to Asian Art and Western Contemporary Art include “Paintings at Ajanta: The Indian Theatre of Nature” (Abada, 2007); the monograph about Anish Kapoor (Nerea, 2006).
“History and Stories of Indian Art” (Akal, 2012) and the “Dictionary of Universal Myth” (Espasa Calpe, 2000). She has also collaborated on “Asia” (Océano, 1996) and “The Tree of Life: Nature in Art and Indian Traditions” (ed. Chantal Maillard, Kairós, 2001) as well as the translation of Coomaraswamy’s Shiva’s Dance (1996, 2006). She is currently working on transculturality, hybridation and ethnicity in Contemporary Art (Eastern and Western) and is directing an I+D international research Project on the subject.