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In-Studio with Shilpa Gupta

MUMBAI, May 5, 2012 — Visual artist Shilpa Gupta talks with Asia Society India Centre's Pooja Varma about her decision to become an artist, issues of social injustice in her work and how she thinks people react to her art in different spaces. (7 min., 14 sec.)

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