Opashona Ghosh (b. Calcutta 1987) is an artist based between London, Berlin and Calcutta. Her work explores feminist approaches to mental and sexual health, and club culture. Graduate of Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts (London). When not dissecting the anatomy of queer desire, Ghosh collaborates with London, Berlin and New York based electronic musicians, magazines and fashion labels. In Spring 2018 she completed a commission for Gucci and Frieze Art London for their 'Second Summer of Love' (London) campaign, visual branding for 'From Germany To LA' produced by Goethe-Institut (Berlin), in 2019 collaborated with NTS Radio x UNIQLO London for their 'The Art and Science of Lifewear' event at Somerset House, done merchandise design for The Yard Theatre (London), and collaborated with Tech Open Air (Berlin) on their AR installation. Her thought-provoking and socially-relevant work has been widely featured in magazines around the world - including VOGUE India (Mumbai), ELLE Magazine (Mumbai), GQ (Mumbai) Lenny Letter (New York), Metal Magazine (Barcelona), KALTBLUT (Berlin),PANTA (Berlin), Resident Advisor (London), KINK Magazine (Prague), Curated by GIRLS (Berlin) to mention a few. Ghosh has worked with femme forward and non-binary music collective Room 4 Resistance (Berlin), SIREN (London), inner u (London), FEM ZINE (London) and QTBIPOC sober party Misery (London) to name a few. Her work has been showcased at 'Hyper Functional, Ultra Healthy' (Somerset House Studios, London 2018), 'Scopes - Driven by Porsche' (Curated by GIRLS, Berlin 2018), and in 2019 she had her first solo exhibition 'TILL KINDOM COME' at F.K.Kollektiv (Berlin). She curates and writes for FEMME NEW WORLD, a QTBIPOC panel that critically challenges stereotypical narratives of the diaspora by platforming marginalised queer voices.Locked Pro Plan feature
Campaign - The Art and Science of Lifewear - in collaboration with NTS Radio.
AR installation collaboration with Portrait XO.
Editorial - Hijab in the Trump Era
Campaign - From Germany To LA (Music Festival)
Campaign - Second Summer of Love