Shilpa Gupta (1976, India) lives and works in Mumbai, India. Gupta creates artworks using a variety of media to probe and examine such themes as desire, religion and notions of security. Solo exhibitions include ‘Half A Sky’, OK Center for for Contemporary Art (Linz, Austria, 2012), ‘Someone Else’ Arnolfini (Bristol, UK, 2012), ‘A Bit Closer’, Contemporary Arts Center (Cincinnati, USA, 2010). Her work has been included in exhibitions such as ‘No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia’, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (New York, USA, 2012), ‘Younger Than Jesus’, New Museum (New York, USA, 2009), ‘Century City: Art and Culture in the Modern Metropolis’, Tate Modern (London, UK, 2001). Gupta has co-facilitated ‘Crossovers & Rewrites: Borders over Asia Museum of Contemporary Art’, World Social Forum, Porto Alegre in 2005, and together with Huma Mulji ‘Aar Paar, a public art exchange project between India and Pakistan’ between 2002 and 2006.