Sunil Gupta has been using photography as a critical practice since the 1970s, focusing on race, migration, and queer issues. One of the founding members of Autograph, he has been inspirational to generations of photographic activists and LGBTQ+ rights campaigners.
As part of his major retrospective From Here to Eternity at The Photographers' Gallery, Gupta sat down with Jermaine Francis to unpack his photographic processes, politically and socially aware art, and life and love as a Gay Indian man.
Please note, this exhibition and film contains nudity and language of a sexual nature.
While The Photographers' Gallery is temporarily closed watch a new film with Sunil Gupta, a personal tour of his exhibition.
Watch the artist's conversation with writer and curator Mason Leaver-Yap, discussing Gupta's life, photography and activism.
Purchase our latest photography book, Sunil Gupta: From Here to Eternity, published to accompany the exhibition at The Photographers' Gallery.
Follow Gupta on Instagram.
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