Nathalien Gaskell

Country: Singapore 🇸🇬

Nathaniel Gaskell is the co-founder of the Museum of Art & Photography (MAP), Bangalore, and the founder and director of the MAP Academy. He is the author of Photography in India: A Visual History from the 1850s to the Present (Prestel, 2018), and editor of several other titles on art and photography in Asia, including William Dalrymple’s The Historian’s Eye (HarperCollins India), Derry Moore’s In the Shadow of the Raj (Prestel, 2017) and Karan Kapoor’s Time & Tide and Hikari: Contemporary Photography from Japan. In 2020 he established Cara Consulting – a creative agency and design studio specialising in the art and culture sector. He received a BA in Fine Art from the Arts University College, Bournemouth, and an MA in Cultural Studies from the London Consortium. He lives between Bangalore and Singapore.