Riti Sengupta (b.1993) is a photographer based out of Calcutta, India. She pursued Master of Design in Photography from National Institute of Design, Gandhinagar. As an exchange student, with a scholarship from the Goethe-Institut, she attended Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst, Leipzig, Germany in 2017. Her practice is an inquiry into the ideas of identity, belonging, memory and gender. Along with photography, Riti works with text, found information, collages and illustration.
She received the Stanley Greene/NOOR Award for Women Documenting Conflict and was a finalist in the Invisible Photographer Asia Awards in 2018. Riti was selected for the Angkor Photo Workshop in 2019 and for a mentorship program and grant by the VII Academy and Pathshala South Asia Media Institute in 2021. She was one of the winners of Blurring The Lines in 2020.
2020, Angkor Photo Festival
2020, Responses, Goethe-Institut, Bombay
2019, Jakarta International Photo Festival, Indonesia
2019, Projection at Chennai Photo Biennale
2019, Projection at Matca, Hanoi, Vietnam
2019, Krishnakriti Festival, State Gallery of Art, Hyderabad
2018, Objectifs Centre, Singapore
Features and Publications
The Hindu | PIX: Student Issue | Objektiv Journal | Blurring the Lines 2020 Catalogue | Urbanautica | Method India | ASAP Art | CRED |