Amrita Jhaveri has been working in the field of Modern and Contemporary Indian art since 1993. Having established Christie’s presence in India in the mid-1990s, she moved to London in 2000 and began to build her private collection of art from which she has loaned to museums worldwide. She has worked as an independent advisor, creating and managing private and corporate art collections; ambitious artist’s projects and large-scale commissions. In 2010, she established Jhaveri Contemporary, a gallery of Modern and Contemporary art, in Mumbai. Her research interests have resulted in exhibitions such as Thinking Tantra and South Asian Modernists, 1953- 63, and she is the author of 101: A Guide to 101 Modern and Contemporary Indian Artists.