Supranav Dash's work explores the themes of gender, displacement, and caste-class divide within the global socio-economic and political landscape.
Supranav is a 2016 Fellow in Photography from the New York Foundation for the Arts. He is an Eddie Adams Barnstorm XXVI Alumni, and was selected for the Aperture Summer Open '14 and American Photography 30. He was nominated for the 2014 PDN's 30: New and Emerging Photographers to Watch and shortlisted for Critical Mass, the Lucie Foundation Scholarship Award, the Global SOFA Grant and the Kontinent Award. He has won Grand prizes and places in Portraiture at KLPA, WPGA, Emerging Focus @photo l.a., PX3, IPA, NYPF, NYPHA competitions and had his work group exhibited in New York City, London, Paris, Florence, Bologna, Groningen, Kuala Lumpur, Los Angeles, Colorado and PA. His 'Marginal Trades' multimedia piece was curated by Kira Pollack (Time Inc.) for Slideluck- Photoville, and showcased at AI-AP Int'l Motion Arts Award 2 and the Transizioni Festival, Bologna.
Dash's projects have received worldwide recognition and have been featured in publications worldwide including Time Lightbox, Wired, Huffington Post, GEO, American Photo, Fast Company-Design, Lens Culture, SDN, Photographic Museum of Humanity, GUP magazine, DOC! magazine, PDN Edu, aCurator, Tasveer Journal, The Morning News, PetaPixel among others.
Dash lives and works in his hometown Kolkata, India and New York City.