Srinjoy Gangopadhyay

Contemporary Pop Art

Srinjoy Gangopadhyay, born in Kolkata, India in 1986, grew up in an artistic family, nurturing his passion for the arts. Drawing from his cultural heritage, effortlessly blends street art techniques like spray painting and graffiti. His portraits, offering a compelling social critique, playfully reimagine familiar faces in alternative realities.

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Highly Regarded Internationally

While attending university, Srinjoy earned recognition at the Elizabeth Foundation of Arts in New York.

  • In 2014, he experienced a pivotal moment when selected as Curatorial Assistant for the TIME::CODE exhibition at WhiteBox Art Center in New York, curated by Raul Zamudio and Juan Puntes.
  • This exhibition, featuring internationally recognized artists profoundly influenced Srinjoy’s artistic trajectory.

Theme of Utopia

  • In his work, he actively examines the theme of ‘Utopia’ in a contemporary context through map and model making. His pieces mirror the contemporary experience and transport the viewer to an alternative world.
  • The utopian impulse explores the tension between the extreme desire to materialize the ideal and the infinite impossibility of conceiving the perfect image.
  • Srinjoy’s work also consists of re-imagining romantic pasts and imaginative, alternative realms.


Moreover, Srinjoy is influenced by internet meme culture, vintage Bollywood billboards, and the visual sampling inherent in Street Art/Graffiti.

As Srinjoy aptly puts it, “The internet and digital image-making technologies have revolutionized the creation and dissemination of art objects”.

As a result, the 21st century offers an exciting landscape for artists willing to embrace new technologies and integrate them with traditional processes.

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