About Director

Devika Daulet-Singh established PHOTOINK in 2001 as a photo agency and publication design studio based in New Delhi. In 2008 she expanded PHOTOINK into a gallery to exhibit Indian photography and works by renowned international photographers. Her engagement with the world of photography has been as an editor, curator and publisher of photo books. She has juried for the 2015 Umrao Singh Sher-Gil Grant for Photography, 2010 W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography, 2004 and 2006 RNG India Press Photo Awards and been a nominator for the prestigious 2018 Kyoto Prize, 2016 International Photography Prize, the Prix Pictet prize for the last five years and the 2014 GD4PhotoART award.

Daulet-Singh’s curatorial projects include The Portrait: Contemporary Indian Photography at FotoFreo, Australia (2012), Photographing the Street: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, Delhi Photo Festival, New Delhi (2011), The Self and The Other ­– Portraiture in Contemporary Indian Photography at Palau de la Virreina, Barcelona and Museo Artium, Vitoria, Spain (2009). She was the Associate Curator for the Indian presentations at the 2007 Les Rencontres d’Arles photography festival and the 2007 Photoquai Biennale in France. She was the Project Director for The Photograph: Painted, Posed and of the Moment, which included 8 exhibitions, held at the National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai (2008).