Priyanka Dasgupta is a visual artist with an interdisciplinary, research based practice. She works primarily across the mediums of video, sound, photography and sculpture. Priyanka has a MA in Studio Art from New York University and the International Center of Photography, New York (2003), and a BA in English Literature from St. Stephen’s College, Delhi University, Delhi (2000). She is a recipient of an NEA grant (2004), and has participated in residencies including Transparent Studio at Bose Pacia (2012), Aljira Emerge (2007) and the AIM Program (2005), in New York. Recently, Priyanka's work has been exhibited at the Changjiang Museum of Contemporary Art in China, Shirin Gallery, and the Queens Museum in New York, Galleria di Piazza San Marco in Italy, the British Film Institute in London and the Lalit Kala Akademi in New Delhi, India. Priyanka has been invited to give artist talks at universities and institutions including Montclair University in New Jersey and the Asian American Arts Council in New York. Reviews of her work have been included in the New York Times, Times of India, Take on Art and Art India.
Priyanka is represented by Shrine Empire Gallery in New Delhi, India. She lives in New York, where she is currently completing the Digital and Interdisciplinary Art Practice MFA at the City College of New York while teaching contemporary art, education and media studies at New York University and City College.