Sunil Gupta Exhibition and Seminar Series at Whitney Humanities Center at Yale

Sunil Gupta, <i>Anokhi, Lodhi Gardens</i>, 2007, from <i>Mr. Malhotra’s Party</i>


Sunil Gupta, Anokhi, Lodhi Gardens, 2007, from Mr. Malhotra’s Party

Presented in collaboration with sepiaEYE, the exhibition Queer Migrations: Family, Identity and Place, features two bodies of photographs by Sunil Gupta: “Homelands” (2001-2003) and “Mr. Malhotra’s Party” (2007-).

The exhibition is presented in tandem with a seminar series which uses Yale’s collection of South Asian photography as its starting point. The first session on Contemporary Photographic Practices in South Asia has the artist Sunil Gupta and sepiaEYE’s Esa Epstein as panelists. “Across the Disciplines: The Uses of Visual Evidence” seminar series is a Humanities/Humanity project of the Whitney Humanities Center.

Sunil Gupta: Queer Migrations: Family, Identity and Place
5 February – 20 May 2015
Opening & Reception with the Artist: Thursday 5 February, 5-6:30pm
The Gallery at the Whitney
Whitney Humanities Center
53 Wall Street
New Haven, CT 06511

Spring 2015 Seminar Series Press Release (PDF)
Across the Disciplines: The Uses of Visual Evidence