Born 1986 in London, UK.
Lives and works between Bangalore, India and Singapore.
Nathaniel Gaskell is the co-founder and associate director of the Museum of Art & Photography, Bangalore, and the former director of the Tasveer Gallery. He received his BA in Fine Art from the Arts University College, Bournemouth (2008) and an MA in Cultural Studies from the London Consortium (2009). He is the author of Photography in India: A Visual History from the 1840s to the Present (Prestel/Random House) and editor of William Dalrymple: The Historian’s Eye (HarperCollins), Karan Kapoor: Time & Tide (Tasveer) and Derry Moore: In the Shadow of the Raj (Prestel). His past curatorial projects include “India Through the Lens“ (National Museum of Bahrain), “Hikari: Contemporary Photography from Japan“, (Japan Foundation, New Delhi) and “Norman Parkinson: Pink is the Navy blue of India“.