Sunil Gupta (b. 1953 New Delhi, India) has been involved with independent photography as critical practice in a career spanning more than four decades. 

He has an MA in Photography from the Royal College of Art (1983) and a PHD from the University of Westminster (2018) and his diasporic experience of multiple cultures informs a practice dedicated to themes of race, migration and queer identity. His work is held in many public collections, including the Museum of Modern Art, NY, USA; Tate Britain, UK; Museum of London, UK; Philadelphia Museum of Art, PA, USA; Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Japan; the Royal Ontario Museum, Canada; George Eastman Museum, NY, USA; Kiran Nadar Museum of Art, New Delhi, India; Arts Council, UK; Government Art Collection, London, UK; and Harvard University, MA, USA. His published works include London 1982 (2022), Lovers: Ten Years On (2020), Christopher Street (2018); Delhi: Communities of Belonging (2016); Queer (2011); Ecstatic Antibodies (1990); and An Economy of Signs (1990), among others. In 2020, he was included in Masculinities: Liberation through Photography – an expansive exhibition at the Barbican, London, UK (2020). He is also the subject of a major touring retrospective, From Here to Eternity (2020-2022) – a collaboration between The Photographers’ Gallery, London, UK; and the Ryerson Image Centre, Toronto, Canada.