Anjali Gupta is a critic, curator, editor and video producer based in San Antonio. She is Executive Director and Editor-in-Chief of Art Lies, a contemporary art quarterly published in Houston. Her writing has appeared in periodicals including tema celeste, Art Papers, Art Asia Pacific, artUS and Public Art Review, and in numerous gallery and museum catalogues including the Blanton Museum of Art: American Art Since 1900. In addition, Gupta has edited several books, including the award-winning monograph Thomas Glassford: CADÁVER EXQUISITO (UNAM, 2007), Silvia Gruner: Un Chant d'Amour (Jumex, 2008), Unpacking the Collection (Museum of Contemporary Craft, 2008) and co-edited Colin de Land/American Fine Arts Co. with artist Dennis Balk (powerHouse Books, 2008). Aside from scores of shows in her own venues—The Wong Spot, Ellis Bean Studio, The Honey Factory, 811 and The Wiggle Room—she has curated exhibitions in Austin, Houston, Jersey City, New York City, San Antonio and San Francisco. Her video credits include projects for Edgar Arceneaux, Candice Breitz, Kendell Geers, Henrik Plenge Jakobsen, Christian Jankowski, Jorge Macchi, Paul Pfeiffer, Shahzia Sikander, Yutaka Sone, Andre Stitt, Survival Research Labs and Jeremy Deller’s Turner Prize-winning Memory Bucket (2004). She served as a Lecturer in the Graduate Studio Art department at the University of Texas at Austin in 2008 and is currently a member of the Andy Warhol Foundation/Creative Capital Writer’s Initiative Planning Committee. Gupta has been with Art Lies since fall 2003.