Badrinath, India, from the series
A River Story, 2007-2017
Archival Inkjet Print, Harman Gloss Baryta 320 gsm, Printed in 2018, Edition 2/8, 26 ½ x 33 inches, signed in pencil on back
Courtesy of the artist
Rishi Singhal is a photographer based in Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India He studied at the Centre for Environmental Planning & Technology, Ahmedabad (1998), and received his M.F.A. from Syracuse University, New York, in 2005. He has lived in diverse locations around the world and is currently leading the master’s program in photography at the National Institute of Design, Gandhinagar.
Singhal has received numerous grants and fellowships, including the Young Curators Fellowship from the Japan Foundation, Japan (2014), and the Light Work Annual Grant in Photography from Light Work, Syracuse (2006). Recent exhibitions include Cities and Memory, Photo Biennale at Brandts Museum for Kunst og Visuel Kultur, Denmark (2016); Home and Away, Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi (2014); Bonjour India 2013: France Heritage, the National Gallery of Modern Art in Bangalore; Planet of Slums, Mason Gross Galleries, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey (2010); as well as shows at Galerie Romain
Roland in New Delhi; Ahmedebad Textile Mills Association in Ahmedabad; Kalakriti Gallery in Hyderabad; Lalit Kala Academy in Chennai; and Maison Colombani in Pondicherry.