Sunil Gupta - book author
India's best-known working photographer, Gupta is also a well-known artist, curator, and writer.
Sunil Gupta is the author of books: BLACK WARRANT, Queer, Pictures from Here, Delhi: Communities of Belonging, Wish you were here: memories of a gay life, Introduction to Cryptography and Network Security, Living on the Adge in JhandeWalan Thompson, Click!: Contemporary Photography in India, Christopher Street, 1976, Effective Gp Commissioning: Essential Knowledge, Skills And Attitudes: A Practical Guide
The photographs in this lavishly presented volume reflect the photographers’ celebrated capacity for entering into lives rarely seen. In Delhi, we are invited into the daily routines, work, homes, and intimate lives of subjects from different backgrounds—from urban professionals to day laborers. A visually arresting document in its own right, Delhi presents American readers with a starting point for understanding the profound struggles for recognition by India’s LGBTQ community.
Delhi was designed by Emerson, Wajdowicz Studios (EWS).
Living on the 'Adge' in Jhande Walan Thompson is a Bill Bryson-esque tale of Sunil Gupta's twenty-three-year-long expedition through the looking glass in the madcap Wonderland of Indian Advertising. A delightful and quirky narrative with a wonderful cast of characters and companies (a virtual who's who of advertising and marketing), inimitable description and hilarious episodes, it represents a valuable and irreverent history of the growth and development of an increasingly important and yet largely unknown sector of the industry. Sunil's gift of observation and portraiture and his orginial use of language and metaphor are truly remarkable. Dig in and discover how Sunil likes his coffee without any sweetener. You won't find any aspartame in his writing either. And you'll find a lot to laugh about, admire and ponder over along the way.