The book encapsulates an entire generation's struggle of growng up in today's often troubled times. 56, 2004, Paul Zelanski and Mary Pat Fisher, The Art of Seeing, 2004, Nancy Adajania, International Gallerie, Vol. Deepanjana Pal, Art Varta Magazine, Issue 1, Pg 48-53, 2013, Indian Artist Highlights Absurdities of Our Time Anna Munster, Embodiment in Information Aesthetics, Pg 22,105,168,169-70, 2006, The Grim Repear Offers Edible Kidneys Shweta Nair, The Asian Age, March 2004, Travelling Canvas See all articles. Yaniya Lee, M-KOS, November 2011, Contested Territories: The Art of Shilpa Gupta Felicity Allen, Herald Sub, Tuesday 23 October 2001, Ideas Of Self And The Other: Jitish Kallat and Shilpa Gupta Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading ANANYA: A BITTERSWEET JOURNEY. Gayatri Jayaraman, India Today Magazine, 4 August 2014, A Maker of Narratives The company is a Texas Domestic Limited-Liability Company (Llc), … Solo Show, Sakshi Gallery & Apeejay Media Gallery Shilpa Gupta (born 1976) lives and works in Mumbai, India where she studied sculpture at the Sir J. J. Rob Webster , Aesthetica Magazine, 1 February 2012, Apocalypse art overall installation Marco Masciaga, Ventiquattroi, Pg 174-180, 2007, Un Jaccuse dall India Le Laboratoire, www.e-flux.com, 14 February 2009, Ou l’inconscient Artistique She has had solo shows at the Museum voor Moderne Kunst in Arnhem, the Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati, the OK Center for Contemporary Art in Linz, and the Arnolfini in Bristol. International Emerging Artists, Pg 62–63, January 2006, Shilpa Gupta draws attention in Sydney Quddus Mirza, ArtNow, ArtNow Magazine, May 2013, ‘I Live Under Your SkyToo’ Shilpa Gupta is listed as a Managing Member with Cones And Curves LLC in Texas. ANANYA: A BITTERSWEET JOURNEY - Kindle edition by Gupta, Shilpa. Shivangi Ambani, DNA, Saturday, 15 July 2006, Estrecho Dudoso Ann Huber-Sigwart, n. paradoxa ‘ violence’, vol 21, Pg 16-24, 2008, Where to Draw The Line? Untitled (doors), 2011, used doors. Jaideep Deo Bhanj, The Hindu, 18 February 2016, I’m interested in perception and with how definitions get stretched or trespassed Shilpa Gupta is on Facebook. Phil Miller, Herald Scotland, 10 May 2015, My East is your West: India and Pakistan at 56th Venice Biennale Visit Kidneyvakkam Deepanjana Pal, ArtBeat, The Sunday Guardian, February 15 2012, Where the books have no name Ornella D’Souza, DNA, 7 January 2018, Shilpa Gupta: Drawing in the Dark Nancy Adajania, Metropolis M, Issue no-6, 2007, Shilpa Gupta View Shilpa Gupta’s profile on LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional community. The Mumbai Age, January 2004, Mutrapind ani Kalecha Pind Crystal Bennes and Tom Jeffreys, Apollo – The International Art Magazine, 11 May 2015, Shilpa Gupta Osman Can Yerebakan, Critic’s Picks, Art Forum.com, April 2019, Shilpa Gupta: Poetry at the borderlines Quddus Mirza, The News on Sunday, 2 June 2019, Trusting Eye Over Mind Fatima Salim, Gulf News Supplement (U.A.E), Pg 1,13-18, 3 April 2009, Shilpa Recent Works Gupta Cover Story, Pg 18, March 2010, French Connection Hans Ulrich Obrist: Interviews, Volume 2, Pg 846-857, 2010 Noopur Desai, Purogami Jangarjana, Issue 10, August 2016, Shilpa Gupta Buy books written by Shilpa Gupta at best prices from Panuval.com. Art, Inside Outside, Pg 42 & 44, February 2012, Contemporary Art In Asia Shilpa Gupta BlindStars StarBlind, 2008, Interview Riddhi Doshi, Hindustan Times, Think, Mosaic, 27 May 2012, Troubling Borders Melissa Chiu, Comtemporary Art in Asia, Cover, 2011 56, 2004, Historical Styles in Western Art Nancy Adajania, Shilpa Gupta. Katherine Waters, TheArtsDesk.com, 14 May 2019, Back to the frontier Micheal O’Connell, Interface, Review, Nov 2007, Shilpa Gupta  Vandana Kalra, Indian Express, 17 January, 2016, Indian Artist Highlights Absurdities of Our Time Shilpa Gupta (b.1976) lives and works in Mumbai, India where she has studied sculpture at the Sir J. J. Ramya Sarma, The Crest Edition,The Times of India, 11 February 2012, An art show on hiding identities ISBN-13: 978-0262516235, How We Think, Who We Are? Laura Mudde, www.medium.com, 1March 2017, Der Bielefelder Kunstverein zeigt Arbeiten der indischen Künstlerin Shilpa Gupta Von Sebatian Preuss, Berliner Zeitung, January 2004, Nier Fur das Global Village Smadar Sheffi, Haaretz Guide, Pg 20, 16 September 2011, Shilpa Gupta Avijna Bhattacharya, Hakara, Edition 07, July 2017, Shadow Lines Johan Pijnappel, ART IT, Vol 5 No 1, Front Cover & Pg 44-51, Winter/ Spring 2007, A Shadow In Search Of A Body  Jasmine Shah Varma, Mid-day, 25 November 2003, Love-letters from the Internet  Asian Art City, vol 6, Pg 6-8, 2007, Deflagranti Contraddiziono  Thea Herold, Berliner Zeitung, 24 June 2008, In ständiger Alarmbereitschaft  Geeta Kapur, The Art India, Jul-Sep, 1999, Piecing it Together Gayatri Sinha, ArtIndia, Vol-XII, Issue 1, Pg 122-123, 2007, Blessed Bandwidths in the Times of Pogroms Gerrit Gohlke, Artnet Magazine, Reviews, 03 July 2008, Schau Nicht Hin Shilpa Gupta is on Facebook. 1976) Someone Else: A Library of 35 Books Written Anonymously or Under Pseudonyms etched stainless steel books and shelves 7 7/8 x 10¼ in. Pg 142, New Delhi, January-March 2010, 4th Auckland Triennial Geeta Kapur and Ashish Rajadhyaksha, Century City, Art and Culture in the Metropolis, April 2001, Shilpa Gupta: to view or not to view is the question Riddhi Doshi, DNA, After hrs, Pg 4, Tuesday, 13 July 2010, Get Back to the Drawing Board Abhay Sardesai, Art News Magazine of India, Vol X, Issue 1, Quater 1 2005, Global Crossings Prize – Runner Up At the Venice Biennale, Four Pavilions Tackle National Politics Head-On Jul 2nd, 2015. Adwait Singh, Take On Art Magazine, Vol 2, Issue 2, Pg 118- 121, July-December 2016, My East is your West Julie Portier, Le Journal Des Arts, 20 February-5 March 2009, Our Sleeping Mind Kirsteen Paterson, The National, 26 July 2018, Five must-see shows and events at Edinburgh Art Festival Rebecca Morrill, Phaidon Press, Pg 166, September 2019, Shilpa Gupta Vandana Kalra, Indian Express, 6 September 2020, The artist bringing silenced poets back to life Prakakta Khosle and Anuja Chawthe, Loksatta, January 2004, Shock Value SHILPA GUPTA (B. Chaitanya Sambrani, The Tangible Trace, Tarawarra Museum of Art, Pg 60, Great Women Artists She has shown in biennales at Auckland, Brisbane, Seoul, Havana, Sydney, Yogyakarta, Echigo-Tsumari, Shanghai, Houston and others. See the complete profile on LinkedIn and discover Shilpa’s connections and jobs at similar companies. Shilpa Gupta (b.1976) is an artist from Mumbai, India. Renee Baert Salil Tripathi, Live Mint India, 20 August 2018, Reading Art: Art for Book Lovers Avni Doshi, Art Fair Magazine, Cover Stoy, Vol. Jennifer Allen, Tage Kunst, Pg 92, 2008, Stars and Strikes… The Imagination of an Artist Jennifer Higgie, Frieze, 09 May 2019, Venice Biennale 2019 – young artists, stark contrasts and visual drama Ronald Jones She has also pursued her Masters from Himachal Pradesh University. Meera Menezes, Critic’s Pick, Art Forum.com, February 2016, Caught between two countries Simon Maidment, NGV Triennale Catalogue, 2017, Soliloquy of an Irrational Deportee The address on file for this person is 5025 Sage Hill Dr, Carrollton, TX 75010 in Denton County. The characters are very human and real – the kind you see around you all … Solo Show, Bose Pacia Verve, People, Vol.16, Issue No.6, June 2008, Artist without Artifice Lowest price guaranteed on bookswagon.com. Artist Shilpa Gupta conjures the Dead Poets Society at the Kochi Biennale Sukanya Garg, Stir, 16 August 2019. Shilpa Gupta, a pioneering intermedia artist from South Asia and an iconoclast is interested in the threshold and liminal spaces, where distinctions are complicated. Homesetc, Livingetc, Pg 118, February 2012, Someone Else Noopur Desai, Purogami Jangarjana, Issue 9, July 2016, Interview with Shilpa Gupta – 2 Nancy Adajania, Peter Weibel, Shanay Jhaveri & Quddus Mirza, 2009 Poorna Swami, Asymptote, January 2017, Everyday Partitions Farida Haryanawala, Sunday Mid day, 10 July 2005, Activism through Art: Take a Ride in a Peace Taxi Suchismita Ukil, Reader’s Digest,  Page 195, September 2017, Verging: Conversation between Adwait Singh & Shilpa Gupta Moeena Halim, Sunday Mid-day, 18 May 2014, AI Art List Ksama Rao, Mid-day, 6 August 1998, New Blood Calling In 2017, she participated in Gothenburg Biennial curated by Nav Haq, which was titled after her light work ‘WheredoIendandyoubegin’. Suman Gopinath, Flash Art, vol. School of Fine Arts in 1997. Anu Kumar, Indian Express, August 1998, Status quo art gets a kick in the pants as cutting edge installations get under way Untitled, 2011, book with endless page and table. January- March 2010, Playing With Senses (20 x 26 cm.) She designed the book ‘dates.sites: Project Cinema City Bombay/Mumbai’, edited by Madhusree Dutta, in 2012. Charu Maithani, Art Review Asia, Summer 2015, The Haggerty Museum explores ‘States of Uncertainty’ e-flux, ‘Half a Sky’, Solo Show, OK Center, November 2010, Crossing Borders Because There Are No Borders Between You and Me Riddhi Doshi, Live, Hindustan Times, Mumbai, 17 February 2013, Shilpa Gupta Lights Up Bandra’s Night Sky 100 artists, 20 Curators BT, Vol. Heidi Reitmaier, Tate Online, 2003, Get Blessed Online Particpants: Mahzarin Banaji, Noam Chomsky, Shilpa Gupta Shahnaz Singaporia, Platform Magazine, The Artist Powerlist 2011, Pg 49, January-February 2011, Shilpa Gupta Nina Czegledy, N.Paradoxa, Vol.10, 2002, Log for art’s future Formally Speaking, Haifa Museum Catalogue, 2012, Not another brick in the wall Vandana Kalra, The Indian Express, 11 September 2017, I am always playing with the idea of the location in the work Artco, Vol 9 No 180, Pg 136-137, 2007, The Shadow on the Border  For a debut effort, a great one by Shilpa Gupta. Aarti Dua, The Telegraph, Calcutta, 9 June 20133, Shilpa Gupta | I live under your sky too Discover Galleria Continua's selection of contemporary artworks by Shilpa Gupta ... Untitled, 2011, book with endless page and table. Frayed Geographies and Fractured Selves: Shilpa Gupta’s Untitled (2014-15) Iftikhar Dadi My East is Your West, Essay, 2016 Shai Venkatraman / Creative: Amna Iqbal, The Express Tribune, 18 August 2013, Shilpa Gupta in conversation with The artist bringing silenced poets back to life Andrew Dickson, The Guardian, 25 Jul 2018. Damien Sausset, Connaissance des ARTS, Pg 48-53, January 2009, En Stemme Fra Indien 10 Indian Artists Who Are Shaping Contemporary Art. Stephanie Brandauer, Art and Signature, July 2013, Shilpa Gupta on Folly, Form and her Free Time. Jackie Wullschläger, Financial Times, 10 May 2019, 58th Venice Biennale review – confrontational, controversial, principled Gayatri Rangachari Shah, International Herald Tribune, 11 June 2013, Shilpa Gupta writes Across Night Sky She presented a solo project at ‘My East is Your West’, a two-person joint India-Pakistan exhibition, by the Gujral Foundation in Venice in 2015. Johan Pijnappel, Leonardo, Journal of the International Society of Arts, Sciences and Technology, Vol 39, Pg 298-299&329, November 2006, Abhay Sardesai, Art News Magazine of India, Vol X, Issue 1, Quater 1 2005, The Leonardo Electronic Almanac Magazine, Published by The MIT Press, 2005, Feminist Review, Bodily Interventions, Issue 81, November 2005, Farida Haryanawala, Sunday Mid day, 10 July 2005, Bo Wen Chan, Catch da Flava, Winter 2004 Issue, Abhijeet Tamhane, Mumbai Times, January 2004, Prakakta Khosle and Anuja Chawthe, Loksatta, January 2004, Staff Reporter, Afternoon Despatch and Courier, January 2004, Von Sebatian Preuss, Berliner Zeitung, January 2004, Von Sebastian Preuss, Berliner Zeitung, February 2004, Shilpa Gupta, The Sunday Express, May 2004, Georgina Maddox, The Indian Express, May 2004, Hans Varghese Mathews, Frontline, Vol. 1976, India) studied sculpture at the Sir Jamsetjee Jeejebhoy School of Art. Abhay Sardesai, Profile, Arre!, Vol 1, Issue 1, Pg 90-92, Oct-Dec 2006, Ninth Havana Biennial Franck Barthelemy, Art Etc. XLI no.258, Front Cover, Pg 108-109, 2008, Freie Kostumwahl Natasha Ginwala, Iftikhar Dadi, Lawrence Liang & others, 2012 School of Fine Arts from 1992 to 1997. Flash Art online.com, Nov-Dec 2006, Critics Pick: Turin: Subcontingent, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Natalie Hegert, Artslant Paris, 13 February 2009, Art of Democracy Shilpa Gupta: Will We Ever Be Able to Mark Enough, 2011-2012 Renee Baert Troubling Borders. Shilpa Gupta The address on file for this person is 512 Santa Fe Trl Apt 120, Irving, TX 75063 in Dallas County. Geeta Kapur, The Art India, 3 October 2001, Red Letter Day Shilpa Gupta at Venice Biennale: Library of 100 Books The idea of creating an archive of 100 emblematic instances is an approach Gupta has adopted in previous works. Rahila Haque, May You Live in Interesting Times, 58th Venice Biennale, Pg 252-253, Shilpa Gupta and Zarina’s “Altered Inheritances: Home is a Foreign Place” Rethinking Contemporary Art and Multicultural Education, Part II: On Artists, New Museum, Pg 103-105 & Pg 254, 2011, OK| Offens Kulturhaus Louise Schumacher, Journal Sentinel, 3 April 2015, Famous last names Dishina Uttamchandani, Verve Magazine, 50 Power Women, Pg 110, June 2012, Shilpa Gupta at Arnolfini At the Venice Biennale, Balancing Hope with National Interests. Im Profil von Shilpa Gupta sind 3 Jobs angegeben. Will We Ever Be Able To Mark Enough Magazine, Vol 02,No 02, Pg 106-108, 2010, Recent Works of Shilpa Gupta, Yvon Lambert Gallery, Paris Sonal Khullar, Third Text, extract, Pg 7-12, November 2017, The Art of Subterfuge: Slipping Past Borders Join Facebook to connect with Shilpa Gupta and others you may know. Abhijeet Tamhane, Mumbai Times, January 2004, Sampurn Bhartachech ‘Kidneyvakkam’ hau naye mahnun Amrita Gupta Singh, Lalit Kala Contemporary Magazine, Exhibition Review, Issue 53, June 2012, Shilpa Gupta The Leonardo Electronic Almanac Magazine, Published by The MIT Press, 2005, Your Kidney Supermarket Tereza Kotyk, De Standart, 23 May 2013, Articulating everyday phenomenon: The distance of a shout Shilpa Gupta and Zarina at Ishara Art Foundation Osman Can Yerebakan, Critic’s Picks, Art Forum.com, April 2019. Shaheen Merali, Affair, Pg 196-221, First Edition 2008, Verve’s 50 Powerful Women 2008 each book; 96 in. Scroll to top Nancy Adajania, Take On Art Magazine, Vol 1, Issue 01, Pg 70-72, New Delhi, Vandana Kalra, Indian Express, 6 September 2020, Artist Shilpa Gupta conjures the Dead Poets Society at the Kochi Biennale Shireen Gandhy, Verve, 10 July 2017, Being on the edge has worked well for me Manujula Narayan, Mid-day Metro, April 2002, Rethinking Female Experience Mahesh Ramchandani, Bombay Times, August 1998, Alternate Art Shuddhabrata Sengupta, Axel Roch, Johan Pijnappel,  Nancy Adajania, 2004 Chitra Balasubramaniam , Sculpture Magazine, Vol 34, Issue 7, Pg 24-29, September 2015, Interview Troubling Borders, Contemporary Art in Asia, 2011 Back Cover Image, Edited by Sylvie Fortin, Pass 1: Journal of International Biennial Association, Issue 1, February 2018, Splitting Differences Avantika Bhuyan, Open Magazine, Arts, Pg 55-60, 24 April 2009, ARCO’09 Skye Arundhati Thomas, Studio International, 13 September 2017, I Stood There Thinking, “Is This Art?” Barbara Pollack, ArtNews, 05 August 2015, Light Women Ahead Karolina Damagalska, Wysokie Obacasy, 2009, Shilpa Gupta  Abhay Sardesai, Art India, Interview, Vol XIII, Issue III+IV, Pg 36-38, 2008-2009, Vidya Shivdas in conversation with Shilpa Gupta Luca Cerizza, www.doppiozero.com, 10 April 2016, Of Place and Crossings: My East is your West at the 56th Venice Biennale Jacob Korczynski, C Magazine, 9I, Autumn 2006], Pg 49, 2006, Shilpa Gupta Von Sebastian Preuss, Berliner Zeitung, February 2004, The Faceless Muse Simple and elegant narrative, and therefore eminently readable. Her work is in the collection of Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Centre Georges Pompidou, Mori Museum, M+ Museum, Louisiana Museum, Deutsche Bank, Daimler Chrysler, Bristol Art Museum, Caixa Foundation, Louis Vitton Foundation, Asia Society, Astrup Fearnley Museum, Fonds National d’Art Contemporain – France, KOC Collection, National Gallery of Victoria, Queensland Art Gallery, FRAC  (France Regional Art Collection), Art Now, Cincinnati Art Museum, Kiran Nadar Museum and Devi Art Foundation amongst others. Mar 10th, 2020. Her father Mr. Dayanand Gupta is a property dealer and her mother Swarna Gupta is a housewife. Shweta Nair, The Asian Age, January 2004, Kidneys on Sale ! Gupta creates artwork using interactive video, websites, objects, photographs, sound and public performances to probe Ultimately, this helped the country shape globalization over the course of the following decade. Mori Journal, Mori Museum, Japan, Pg 6-9, November 2008, Shilpa Gupta  Published by: KEHRER Bo Wen Chan, Catch da Flava, Winter 2004 Issue, Need Kidney? Von Daniel Volzke, www.tagesspiegel.de, Kultur, 05 July 2008, Sicheres Gepack Pooja Sood, Lyon Biennial 07, Catalogue, Pg 251-252, 2007, Shilpa Gupta  Published by: Le Laboratoire Nonika Singh, The Tribune, 2 June 2019, Venice Biennale 2019 review: get past… Ananya, is a stark & honest portrayal of a teen's life. Simple and elegant narrative, and therefore eminently readable. Shilpa Gupta 02|07 (244 x 21.6 x 188.9 cm.) Shilpa Gupta. Subcontinigent, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin, Catalogue, 2006, Materialising New Media Anu Kumar, Indian Architect & Builder, 1998, do not copy or download content without artist’s consent, Osman Can Yerebakan, Critic’s Picks, Art Forum.com, April 2019, Chaitanya Sambrani, The Tangible Trace, Tarawarra Museum of Art, Pg 60, Rebecca Morrill, Phaidon Press, Pg 166, September 2019, Rahila Haque, May You Live in Interesting Times, 58th Venice Biennale, Pg 252-253, Jackie Wullschläger, Financial Times, 10 May 2019, Katherine Waters, TheArtsDesk.com, 14 May 2019, Quddus Mirza, The News on Sunday, 2 June 2019, Katrina Kufer, Folio, AlserkalAvenue.ae, 15 May 2019, Chinki Sinha, India Today Magazine, 11 January 2019, Il Manifesto, Manela De Leonardis, 12 December 2018, David Trigg, Phaidon Press, Pg 316-317, 1 June 2018, Barbara Bos, Brochure, Voorlinden Museum Solo, March 2018, Brian Ferguson, The Scotsman, 26 July 2018, Kirsteen Paterson, The National, 26 July 2018, Tina Daheley, The Cultural Frontline, BBC Radio, 29 October 2018, Ralf Bittner, Neue Westfalsiche, 4 April 2017, Anne-Marie POELS, H ART Magazine, Cover and Pg 5, 23 February 2017, Vandana Kalra, The Indian Express, 11 September 2017, Adwait Singh, Take On Art Magazine, Vol 2, Issue 2, Pg 118- 121, July-December 2016, Sophie Knezic, InVisible Culture: An Electronic Journal for Visual Culture, 1 October 2016, Luca Cerizza, www.doppiozero.com, 10 April 2016, Natasha Ginwala, My East is Your West, Catalog Essay, Pg 16-18, 2016, Iftikhar Dadi, My East is Your West, Catalog Essay, Pg 70-75, 2016, Lawrence Liang , My East is Your West, Catalog Essay, Pg 124-129, 2016, Things we sketched while waiting for the fence, Naeem Mohaiemen, My East is Your West, Catalog Essay, Pg 143-144, 2016, The Iconoclast installation artist you need to know about, Jessica Miranda, Bust Magazine, 3 March 2016, Noopur Desai, Purogami Jangarjana, Issue 9, July 2016, Noopur Desai, Purogami Jangarjana, Issue 10, August 2016, Meera Menezes, Critic’s Pick, Art Forum.com, February 2016, Jaideep Deo Bhanj, The Hindu, 18 February 2016, Vandana Kalra, Indian Express, 17 January 2016, Alessandra Alliata Nobili, Art Asia Pacific, Issue 92, March-April 2015, Chitra Balasubramaniam , Sculpture Magazine, Vol 34, Issue 7, Pg 24-29, September 2015, Shruti Kapur Malhotra, Platform Magazine, 2015, East, West, Home’s Best: At China’s Pavilion, and the collaboration, Myna Mukherjee, Mondo Arc India, Issue No 3, 2015, The Haggerty Museum explores ‘States of Uncertainty’, Louise Schumacher, Journal Sentinel, 3 April 2015, Gayatri Jayaraman, India Today Magazine, 4 August 2014, Anita Mahadevanl, Art Illustrated, Volume 1, Issue 6, Pg 38-43, April-May 2014, Artists and their art, First City Magazine, New Delhi, June 2013, Lisbeth Bonde, Kultur, Kunst, Pg 07, 23 October 2009, Livraison Magazine #12, Third Text, Pg 60-63, 2009, Gerardo Mosquera, Liverpool Biennale, Catalogue, Pg 26-29, 2006, Abhay Sardesai, 2006 Contemporary Commonwealth, Catalogue, Pg 72-75, 2006, John Pijnappel, Crossing Currents Video art & Cultural Identity, Cecilia Alemani, Art Forum online, July 2006, Axel Roch, Shilpa Gupta, Catalogue Essay, Bose Pacia, Pg 23-36, 2006, Shuddhabrata Sengupta, Shilpa Gupta, Catalogue, Bose Pacia, Pg 23-36, 2006, Gayatri Sinha, Contemporary Annual 2006 – 50, International Emerging Artists, Pg 62–63, January 2006, Shivangi Ambani, DNA, Saturday, 15 July 2006, Lisa Varghese, Catalogue, Published by Teoretica, San Jose, 2006, Subcontinigent, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin, Catalogue, 2006, Anna Munster, Embodiment in Information Aesthetics, Pg 22,105,168,169-70, 2006, Abhay Sardesai, Profile, Arre!, Vol 1, Issue 1, Pg 90-92, Oct-Dec 2006, Jacob Korczynski, C Magazine, 9I, Autumn 2006], Pg 49, 2006, Johan Pijnappel, Sydney Biennale, Catalogue, Pg 142-143, 2006. overall each shelf; 96 x 8½ x 72 in. John Pijnappel, Crossing Currents Video art & Cultural Identity Shailaja Tripathi, The Hindu (New Delhi), Pg 3, 20 March 2009, Talking about India, Pakistan and Kashmir through Art Sehen Sie sich das Profil von Shilpa Gupta im größten Business-Netzwerk der Welt an. Leon Tan, Artetc Magazine, Feature, Vol.4, No.4, Pg 14-16, December 2011, Shilpa Gupta- Will we ever be able to mark enough? Art Illustrated Magazine, Volume 2, Issue 1, Pg 118-119, June- July 2014, Shilpa Gupta /Bibliography 21 Issue 04, February 2004, Dharam ani Kalet Farak Ka? On a white sheet of paper, the national borders defining India are made visible through the multiple outlines rendered in colour blue. 7, No 1, 2004, Jasmine Shah Varma, Mid-day, 23 April 2003, Mid-day Metro, Bandra 25 April-1 May 2003, Rebecca Caldwell, The Globe abd Mail, 9 August 2003 – Pg R12, Georgina Maddox, The Sunday Magazine, Indian Express, 14 September 2003, Jasmine Shah Varma, Mid-day, 25 November 2003, Johan Pijnappel, Arts Asia Pacific, Issue 35, 2002, Manujula Narayan, Mid-day Metro, April 2002, Georgina Maddox, Express Newsline, 7 July 2001, Robert Atkins, Media Arts Editor, Media Channel.org, 2001, Lindsay Pereira, Rediff Guide to the Net, July 2001, Geeta Kapur and Ashish Rajadhyaksha, Century City, Art and Culture in the Metropolis, April 2001, Geeta Kapur, The Art India, 3 October 2001, Felicity Allen, Herald Sub, Tuesday 23 October 2001, Nancy Adjania, Bombay Times, 24 June 1999, Geeta Kapur, The Art India, Jul-Sep, 1999, Mahesh Ramchandani, Bombay Times, August 1998, Meenakshi Shedde, The Sunday Times of India, 23 August 1998, Anu Kumar, Indian Architect & Builder, 1998, Shilpa Gupta: the artist bringing silenced poets back to life, Der Bielefelder Kunstverein zeigt Arbeiten der indischen Künstlerin Shilpa Gupta, Shilpa Gupta in KIOSK, Gent – Controle of niet,er is altijd een weg, The Art of Subterfuge: Slipping Past Borders, Q&A with Shilpa Gupta On Art and Neon Interpretations, Indian Artist Highlights Absurdities of Our Time, Shilpa Gupta: Breaking through the Invisible Boundary, Twinkle, twinkle: Shilpa Gupta’s art lights up Carter Road, Shilpa Gupta Lights Up Bandra’s Night Sky, Articulating everyday phenomenon: The distance of a shout. Vidya Shivadas, Art & Deal, Interview, Vol.6 No.3 Issue No.29 Cover, Pg 22-28, July 2009, Shilpa Gupta Georgina Maddox, Art & Deal, Interview, Vol.6 No.3 Issue No.29, Pg 34-36, July 2009, From Bollywood to the Emergency Riddhi Doshi, Mumbai, Hindustan Times, 21 January 2012, At home with Shilpa Gupta Related Categories. Contemporary Art In Asia, /Books and Catalogues2016 Verve, People, Vol.17, Issue No.6, June 2009, L’Inde Nouvelle De Shilpa Gupta Amar Kanwar, Khoj Book By Collins, Pg 244-249, 2010, Shilpa Gupta 1976) Someone Else: A Library of 35 Books Written Anonymously or Under Pseudonyms etched stainless steel books and shelves 7 7/8 x 10¼ in.