Pradeep Dalal is Mumbai-born artist and writer based in New York. His solo show “Copy/Scan/Print/Repeat” was recently at Sala Diaz in San Antonio. His work was included in “Compassionate Protocols” at Callicoon Fine Arts, “I need my memories. They are my documents" at sepiaEYE, “Strange Invitation" at Franklin Street Works, “Picturing Parallax” at San Francisco State University, "Vision is Elastic. Thought is Elastic" at Murray Guy and "Fifty Artists Photograph the Future" at Higher Pictures. His photographs were included in BOMB 140, Grey Room 65 Artists Dossier, Blind Spot 43 and Cabinet 52. His artist book "Bhopal, MP" was published in May, and was also excerpted in Chandigarh is in India, and his essay “A Bifocal Frame of Reference” was published in Western Artists and India. He received an architecture degree at CEPT University, Ahmedabad followed by graduate degrees in Architecture and Fine Arts in the United States. He is co-chair of Photography at the Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts at Bard College and he directs the Andy Warhol Foundation’s Arts Writers Grant Program in New York.