Gayatri Sinha is an art critic and curator based in New Delhi. Her primary areas of enquiry are around the structures of gender and iconography, media, economics and social history. As curator her work has cited the domains of photography and lens based work from archival and contemporary sources. She has edited Voices of Change: 20 Indian Artists (Marg 2010), Art and Visual Culture in India 1857- 2007 (Marg Publications, 2009); Indian Art: an Overview (Rupa Books, 2003]; Woman/Goddess (1998); Expressions and Evocations :Contemporary Indian Women Artists of India (Marg Publications, 1996]. She has curated extensively in India and abroad including at the India Art Summit and the Korean International Art Fair (2009), Newark Museum, and the Minneapolis Institute of Art (2008-09).
What is Contemporary Curating? Views from the field
Curatorial Intensive workshop. Mumbai, India. December 2010. This public symposium is a day-long conversation on contemporary curatorial practices in India and abroad, produced in cojunction with the Mumbai Curatorial Intensive, developed and implemented by ICI in collaboration with the Mohile Parikh Center (MPC), Mumbai. What are the emerging forms of curating? Is it focused on […]read more »