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    Susan Hapgood

    Map Academy

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    An American curator and art historian, Susan Hapgood lived in Mumbai from 2010-14, during which time she founded the Mumbai Art Room, curated numerous exhibitions and briefly taught curatorial studies at the School of Arts and Aesthetics, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. She is the author of a book on nineteenth century photographs of Mumbai titled Early Bombay Photography (2015).

    At the time of writing, Hapgood lives and works in New York, where she is a senior advisor to Independent Curators International and the executive director of the International Studio & Curatorial Program.

     
    Bibliography

    Inlaks Foundation. “INLAKS CURATORIAL LAB AT THE SCHOOL FOR ART AND AESTHETICS AT THE JAWARHARLAL NEHRU UNIVERSITY, DELHI.” Accessed 10 July 2021. https://www.inlaksfoundation.org/art/past-programs-2/curatorial-lab-at-jnu/.

    Johari, Aarefa. “Rare images: How 19th century Bombay nurtured a flourishing photography scene.” Scroll, March 20, 2015. https://scroll.in/article/714854/rare-images-how-19th-century-bombay-nurtured-a-flourishing-photography-scene

    Vera List Center. “Susan Hapgood.” Accessed 10 July 2021.

    https://veralistcenter.org/network/susan-hapgood/

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