Shuddhabrata Sengupta

Shuddhabrata Sengupta © Goethe-Institut / Varun Sharma Photo: Goethe-Institut / Varun Sharma

Shuddhabrata Sengupta is an artist, writer and curator who has been working with the Raqs Media Collective since it was founded, in 1992 in New Delhi, India (by Sengupta, together with Monica Narula and Jeebesh Bagchi).
Raqs has exhibited widely, including at Documenta, the Venice, Istanbul, Taipei, Liverpool, Shanghai, Sydney and Sao Paulo Biennales. They have had solo shows in museums, and educational and independent art spaces, in Boston, Brussels, Madrid, Mexico City, Delhi, Shanghai, London, New York, Toronto, among others. Works by Raqs are part of several contemporary art collections and museums, and their essays have been published in numerous anthologies. Raqs curated Rest of Now, Manifesta 7 (Bolzano, 2008), Sarai Reader 09 (Gurgaon, 2012-13) INSERT2014 (Delhi, 2014) and the ongoing 11th Shanghai Biennale - ‘Why Not Ask Again'.
Raqs received the Multitude Art Prize in 2013.