Charan Singh

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Exhibitions

2016 DRESS UP, Sepia Eye, New York, USA

2015 GFest, Menier Gallery, London, UK

2015 QueerFest, Max Mueller Bhavan/Goethe institute, New Delhi, India

2015 I AM CAMERA, Fotofest, Houston, Texas, USA

2015 Fresh Faced Wild Eyed, Photographers Gallery, London, UK

2015 Intercontinental Drift, Strand Gallery, London, UK

2014 Intercontinental Drift, National Institute of Design, Gujarat, India

2014 Home and Away, Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi, India

2014 Masterclass, University for the Creative Arts, Farnham, UK

2014 MFAs and MAs, University for the Creative Arts, Farnham, UK

2014 Graduation Show, University for the Creative Arts, Farnham, UK

2013 Collective Body, University for the Creative Arts, Farnham, UK

2011 Body Politic, Nigah Queer Fest, Goethe-Institute, Max Mueller Bhawan, New Delhi, India

2010 Freedom, Nigah Queer Fest, Goethe-Institute, Max Mueller Bhawan, New Delhi, India

Publications

2016 Delhi: Communities of belongings (working tiltle), Commissioned to shoot 200 page photo book on queer rights in India; New Press, New York. Co-author with Sunil Gupta

2016 South Asian Youth Cultures and Fashion, Edited by Lipi Begum, Rohit K Dasgupta and Reina Lewis, London, IB Tauris (Dress Culture Series) to be published in 2016. 

2016 Himal South Asian, Cover Image on Vol 28 No4 (Jan 2015) http://himalmag.com/announcement/the-marriage-issue-latest-print-quarterly/

2013 What Would My Father Think?, Uncertain States, Edition 14, Page 4, London, UK, April

2013 What Would My Father Think?, Take on Art, Photography Special, Volume III, Issue 12, Page 40, New Delhi, India

Awards

2015 Royal Collage of Art, Student bursary towards my PhD research work at the RCA, London

2013 UK-India Education and Research Initiative, Received study mission award to go to National Institute of Design, Gujarat, India for a month. An exchange programme that foregrounds research into global employability through collaborative practice with shared outcomes, and also to engage with post graduate photography students from India and the UK.

Panels

2015 Society for the Photographic Education, Should There Be a Queer Photography Archives by Sunil Gupta with Jesse Kahn, Hinda Schuman & Charan Singh

Workshops

2012 POSE, The outcome of a three days workshop conducted by photographers, Anna Linderstam and Andrew Bruce. It was an 8x10 format workshop with a rigorous focus on posture and the process of this kind of photography. The catalogue has been published in a limited edition and now is in many university libraries.