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Exhibition

Sunil Gupta and Charan Singh, Delhi: Communities of Belonging

March 24, 2017 , written by la-redaction-the-staff

Delhi: Communities of Belonging by noted photographers Sunil Gupta and Charan Singh chronicles contemporary LGBTQ life in Delhi, India. The project masterfully captures intimate, ordinary moments between seventeen diverse individuals and couples as they navigate life, work and love in a country where anti-sodomy laws dating back to the British Empire were struck down in 2009 only to be restored after the Supreme Court turned back the ruling in 2013.

 

Sunil Gupta and Charan Singh, Delhi: Communities of Belonging
31 March – 6 May 2017
Sepia Eye
547 West 27th Street, #608
New York, NY 10001

http://sepiaeye.com

USEFUL INFORMATION

Date

  From   2017-03-31
  To    2017-05-06

Place

sepiaEYE

547 West 27th Street, #608, New York, NY 10001
New York United States

+1 212-967-0738

http://sepiaeye.com

Additional Informations

<p>sepiaEYE is dedicated to showing a spectrum of modern and contemporary photography and video work from Asia. Established in September 2009 by Esa Epstein, sepiaEYE will continue to foster artist development through exhibitions, publications, trade fairs, and festivals.</p> <p>We are honored to represent the Estates of Raghubir Singh and Bhupendra Karia. sepiaEYE is interested in the rediscovery of lesser known artists and significant periods within the history of photography and in the support of emerging artists.</p> <p>During her tenure as the Executive Director and Curator of <span class="caps">SEPIA</span> International and The Alkazi Collection (1995-2009), Esa Epstein has published eight titles on modern and contemporary photography including: Atul Bhalla: Yamuna Walk (sepiaEYE &amp; UW Press, 2011), Jungjin Lee: Wind, essays by Eugenia Parry and Vicki Goldberg (Aperture/SEPIA, 2009); Ketaki Sheth: Bombay Mix, preface by Suketu Mehta (Dewi Lewis/SEPIA, 2007); and Vivan Sundaram: Re-take of Amrita, essays by Vivan Sundaram and Wu Hung (<span class="caps">SEPIA</span>, 2006).</p> <p><span class="caps">SEPIA</span> exhibitions have been reviewed in numerous publications, most notably, The New York Times, The New Yorker, The New York Sun, <span class="caps">ART</span>news, and Art in America. Gallery artists have gained critical acclaim and international recognition, and their works are included in the collections of major European and US museums and private collectors.</p> <p>In her former position, Esa Epstein has helped build an impressive collection of Indian photography and, along the way, has offered her expertise to both private and public collections. Esa Epstein continues to offer institutional planning and arts management through sepiaEYE.<br /><br /><br />Gallery Hours:<br /> Tues-Fri 10-6, Sat 11-6.</p>

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PHOTOGRAPHER
Sunil Gupta

Sunil Gupta is an Indian-born photographer, born in 1953 in New Delhi, he lives and works in London.

PHOTOGRAPHER
Charan Singh

Charan Singh, born in India and based in London, introduces us to a world of Kothis, Hijras, Giriyas and Others. Kothis (effeminate, underprivileged, homosexual men), Hijras (eunuchs), and Giriyas (partners of kothis and hijras) are indigen...

http://www.charansinghphotography.com