Indian-born Sunil Gupta is many things beyond his work as a photographer, including a curator, writer, cultural activist and champion of gay rights. Now based in London, Gupta first moved to New York in 1976 to join his partner from college and go to business school in the city. At least, that was the original plan.
When Gupta arrived in New York he found himself in the midst of both a social and photographic revolution, with the gay community experiencing an unparalleled openness following the Stonewall riots of 1969, while a wealth of a new gallery openings took place in the city.
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