Gupta sued Scene and Herd, an account aiming to launch a #MeToo movement in India, for defamation last year.
After posting anonymous accusations of sexual harassment against Gupta, administrators of the Instagram account Scene and Herd defended their right to anonymity.
Pravin Mishra has filed civil defamation charges against an independent journalist, following a number of similar suits as the #MeToo movement grows in India.
Dozens call the court order to remove the allegations from Instagram “an outright move to silence the survivors and gag the platform that gave them a voice while protecting their identities.”
The court also ordered that Facebook, which owns Instagram, reveal the owner of Scene and Herd, an anonymous Instagram account responsible for sparking a #MeToo movement in India’s arts community.
Protesters interrupted a Guerilla Girls Q&A to call out the administration’s lack of action after a co-founder and significant donor were publicly accused of sexual misconduct.
Visions from India, the newest exhibition from the Pizzuti Collection, is a celebration of material abundance.
New York is a big art city, with big art fairs, big museums, and lots of big concept art.
KOCHI, India — I finally made the trip to Kerala, on India’s southern tip, not because tourism websites insist upon it as God’s own country, but because the first ever biennale hosted in India is taking place there at Kochi (or Cochin), a city that was once a thriving spice port. Bringing together an exciting range of artists from around the world in thirteen amazing venues, the Kochi-Muziris Biennale has also boldly turned the searchlight on Indian contemporary art with a strong accent on the Keralam.