Sunil Gupta (India)
Roshanara’s Tomb, from the series Tales of a City - Delhi, 2014
Ink jet print, Hahnemuelhe archival mat paper, printed in 2015, Edition 2/5
39 x 30 inches (100 x 75 cm), signed in pencil on back
Courtesy of the artist
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Born in 1953, Sunil Gupta is an artist, writer, activist, and curator. His work has been shown internationally
in over ninety solo exhibitions, most recently at Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, in
2015. Recent significant group exhibitions include Paris–Delhi–Bombay... (2011) at the Pompidou
Centre, Paris, and Keywords: Art, Culture and Society in 1980s Britain (2013) at the Tate Liverpool.
Gupta’s curatorial efforts were paramount in the monumental exhibition Where Three Dreams
Cross: 150 Years of Photography from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh (2010) at the Whitechapel
Gallery, London, and Fotomuseum Winterthur, Switzerland.
Gupta’s published work includes the monographs Queer: Sunil Gupta (Frankfurt: Prestel/Vadehra
Art Gallery, 2011); Wish You Were Here: Memories of a Gay Life (New Delhi: Yoda Press, 2008);
and Pictures From Here (New York: Chris Boot Ltd., 2003). Gupta is currently visiting professor at
the University for Creative Arts, Farnham, U.K. His work is included in numerous private and public
collections, including those of George Eastman House, Rochester, New York; Tokyo Metropolitan
Museum of Photography; Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto; Tate Britain, London; and Harvard
University, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Gupta is represented by sepia EYE, New York.