is the director of the Museum of Art and Photography. Before this, she headed the Jehangir Nicholson Art Foundation, the modern and contemporary wing of the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (formerly the Prince of Wales Museum). In addition to her role as curator, Kamini played an active part in initiating collaborations and programming at the Museum. She was the Chief Project Coordinator for the landmark exhibition India and The World: A History in Nine Stories, presented in 2017-18 by the CSMVS in collaboration with the British Museum and the National Museum, New Delhi. Since 2011, she has helped bring to the public realm a series of exhibitions structured around the collection including a special focus on women artists – Voicing a Presence. She was awarded the first Brook Fellowship at the Tate Modern in 2014. She has also been a journalist and television anchor with NDTV where she was bureau chief, Mumbai covering political and cultural events.
is a curator, writer and associate director of the Museum of Art & Photography, Bangalore, and the former director of the Tasveer Gallery. He is the author of Photography in India: A Visual History from the 1850s to the Present (Prestel), and editor of several other books on photography in Asia, including, William Dalrymple: The Historian’s Eye, Derry Moore: In the Shadow of the Raj, Karan Kapoor: Time & Tide and Hikari: Contemporary Photography from Japan. He received his 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.
oversees Communications and Public Relations at the Museum of Art & Photography (MAP). As a senior communication strategist, Priscilla has played critical roles in building teams and implementing strategies for various non-profit organisations. She started her career as a journalist in Mumbai and then worked in the UK for a decade building on her communications experience for both the education and development sector.
At the Museum of Art & Photography, Priscilla is utilising communications as a key tool to deliver MAP’s core belief that museums should play a positive role in society by improving cultural awareness and targeting groups who would not otherwise come into contact with the arts. She is also implementing processes to establish and strengthen a museum-going culture and ensuring that the organisation is part of the community through inclusive programming, education and outreach.
A special area of focus for Priscilla is creating communication tools to help persons with disabilities access the arts, in line with MAP’s vision to be one of the most inclusive museums in the country.
has been the Head of Development at MAP since 2018. Before joining MAP, she was in London where she worked in fundraising across art forms, most recently at The Photographers’ Gallery. Prior to that, she has worked at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, Rambert Dance Company and Theatre Royal Stratford East. Before starting a career in arts fundraising, Carolina worked as producer, set up a theatre company called Words of Honour and worked as general manager at the human rights theatre company iceandfire. Her academic background is in Live Performance Production and Acting.
has led the Education & Outreach Department at MAP since its conception, during the course of which she has curated over five exhibitions specially designed for younger audiences, as well as conceptualised and facilitated a range of programmes for schools, children and adults. Former editor of the Tasveer Journal, her articles have been published in publications including the eponymous print edition of the Tasveer Journal, Maharanis: Royal Women of India, Gardens of the Mind: Swapak Nayak and Gilles Bensimon and Figures in Time: Bourne & Shepherd. She holds a postgraduate degree in Arts & Aesthetics from the Jawaharlal Nehru University and has curated online narratives for MAP on the Google Arts & Culture platform on a range of subjects including Women in Hindi Cinema and the Pichwai painting tradition, among others.