Atreyee Gupta is the Jane Emison Assistant Curator of South and Southeast Asian Art at the Minneapolis Institute of Art. She holds a PhD in Art History from the University of Minnesota (2011). Her area of expertise is Global Modernism, with a special emphasis on twentieth-century aesthetic flows across South Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and Latin America. Recent projects include: Converging Cultures, an exhibition on the impact of the Asian diaspora on postwar Latin American and Caribbean Art (co-curated for the Art Museum of the Americas, Washington DC with the Colombian-born art historian and curator Adriana Ospina, 2018-21). Forthcoming co-edited books include Postwar – Art between the Pacific and the Atlantic, 19451965 (with Okwui Enwezor and Ulrich Wilmes) and Global Modernism/s: Infrastructures of Contiguities, ca. 19051965 (with Hannah Baader and Patrick Flores). The former emerges from a 2014 international conference, co-convened with Enwezor and Wilmes, at Haus der Kunst, Munich while the latter emerges from a 2015 international conference, co-convened with Baader and Flores at Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin. Most recent publication projects include essays in exhibition catalogs such as Postdate (San Jose Museum of Art, 2015); Postwar – Art between the Pacific and the Atlantic, 1945-1965 (Haus der Kunst, Munich, 2016), and chapters in Partha Mitter et al. eds. Twentieth-Century Indian Art (2016); Rebecca Brown and Deborah Hutton, eds., Rethinking Place in South Asian and Islamic Art (2016), among others. Gupta has also contributed essays in journals such as Yishu, Art Journal, and Third Text.