Amrita Gupta Singh is an art theorist and writer based in Mumbai , India.
She has earned a postgraduate degree in Art History from Kalabhavana, Vishwabharati University , Santiniketan (2002) and undergraduate degrees in Applied Art (2000) from Rabindra Bharati University , Kolkata, and in Philosophy (1994) from the North Eastern Hill University , Shillong, respectively. She has taught art courses as a Visiting Lecturer at undergraduate and post graduate levels at the JJ School of Arts (2003), and currently, she is the Program Director at the Mohile Parikh Center for the Visual Arts, NCPA, which she joined in 2002.
In this capacity, she has conceptualized, initiated and organized diverse programs including presentations, discussions, public art projects and international conferences. She also writes regularly on artists and art events, for books, art journals, exhibition catalogues and magazines, and has participated as an invited observer in international conferences and seminars in India. Her academic interests include Modern Indian Art, Contemporary Art, Cultural Studies and Public Art Initiatives.