Werdegang / Ausbildung: 
Ghosh (b. Calcutta, 1987) is an illustrator and visual artist. Graduate of Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts (London). She uses graphic illustrations to investigate the emotional landscape of queer femininity and eastern fantasies in everyday rituals. Her work often envisions women of colour in playfully sexual acts within symbolic environments. Designed to both titillate and empower, Ghosh seeks to question social and moral norms while subverting gendered expectations.
As a confrontation of – and escape from – reality, the scenes act as a distorted mirror of the unconscious, probing the psyche of the after-dark experience and evoking the blurred identities that emerge when we are, or feel, concealed.
Collectively, the work forms a delicate bridge between east and west. It aims to participate in discourses of representation, sexual identity, and mental health by critically reclaiming the popular iconography that exists across cultures.
Wichtige Projekte / Ausstellungen: 
Recent exhibitions of her work include Hyper Functional, Ultra Healthy (Somerset House Studios, London 2018), Scope - Driven by Porche (Curated by GIRLS, Berlin 2018) and In Transit (Artnivo, Istanbul 2017). She was also Artist-In-Resident at Berlin-based femme forward collective Room 4 Resistance in Autumn 2018.
Auszeichnungen / Preise: 
Goethe Institut India, 2019, fur How much does a girl have to endure to be loved