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SUNIL GUPTA IN CONVERSATION



Those were halcyon times, our salad days indeed…raising our “consciousnesses” and creating a lifelong family of friends. — Fakroon (below), friend and photographic subject of Sunil Gupta

On the occasion of FROM HERE TO ETERNITYSunil Gupta’s first comprehensive retrospective exhibition in Great Britain—the artist and photographer will join curator Mason Leaver-Yap for an online conversation.

See links below for details.

ARTIST TALK—SUNIL GUPTA

Wednesday, October 28

10:30 am on the West Coast; 1:30 pm East Coast; 6:30 pm London; 7:30 pm Paris..

SUNIL GUPTA—FROM HERE TO ETERNITY

Through January 24.

The Photographers’ Gallery

16-18 Ramillies Street, Soho, London.

Exhibition catalog published by Autograph. Click here for an artist’s video tour of the show.

Sunil Gupta, From Here to Eternity, The Photographers’ Gallery, October 9, 2020–January 24, 2021, from top: Sunil with NY Review of Books, circa 1975; Shalini, Rudi, Sunil, Léo, 3425 Stanley, circa 1974; India Gate, 1987, from the series Exiles; Untitled #9, from the series Sun City; Fakroon, circa 1974; Untitled #50, from the series Christopher Street, 1976/2020; Shroud, 1999, from the series From Here to Eternity; Sunil Gupta, Queer (2011) exhibition catalog courtesy and © the artist, Vadehra Art Gallery, and Prestel; Sunil Gupta, Lovers: Ten Years On (2020) exhibition catalog cover image courtesy and © the artist and Stanley / Barker, design by The Entente; Sunil Gupta, From Here to Eternity (2020) exhibition catalog cover courtesy and © the artist and Autograph, graphic design Fraser Muggeridge Studio; Untitled #13, 2008, from the series The New Pre-Raphaelites; Untitled #22, from the series Christopher Street, 1976; Untitled #7, 2008, from the series The New Pre-Raphaelites; Jama Masjid, 1987, from the series Exiles. Images © Sunil Gupta, courtesy of the artist, Hales Gallery, Stephen Bulger Gallery, and Vadehra Art Gallery, © DACS 2020.

LINA IRIS VIKTOR IN CONVERSATION

Join Lina Iris Viktor in conversation with Renée Mussai—curator of Viktor’s Autograph exhibition SOME ARE BORN TO ENDLESS NIGHT—DARK MATTER—for a discussion of the artist’s painting, photography, and sculptural practice.

An monograph will accompany the exhibition. Edited by Mussai—with texts by Emmanuel Iduma, Yrsa Daley-Ward, and Christina Sharpe, and an interview between Viktor and Mussai—the book is published by Autograph with the support of Mariane Ibrahim Gallery in Chicago.

LINA IRIS VIKTOR IN CONVERSATION—THE VALUE OF BLACKNESS

Thursday, November 7, at 7 pm.

Autograph

Rivington Place, Shoreditch, London.

From top: Lina Iris Viktor in her studio, photograph courtesy Mariane Ibrahim Gallery. Images of artwork by Lina Iris Viktor courtesy and © the artist, Autograph, and Mariane Ibrahim Gallery.