Vikesh Kapoor is a multidisciplinary artist from Sunset Pines, Pennsylvania, whose work examines race, class and identity as a first-generation American.

His ongoing photo-based narrative, See You At Home, has received support from curators at the National Portrait Gallery, SFMoMA, LACMA, Tate Modern, the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art and the Andy Warhol Museum.

Kapoor received The Joan Hohlt and Roger Wich Emerging Photographer Scholarship from Houston Center for Photography in 2021, The Hopper Prize in 2020, the PhotoNola Review Grand Prize in 2019, a Lensculture Art Photography Juror's Pick Award in 2018 and CENTER's Project Development Grant in 2018.

In 2020, he received 2nd place for the PHmuseum Mobile Photography Prize. He was also a finalist for the Documentary Essay Prize from the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University and a finalist for the Portrait Award presented by Head On Photo Festival.

In 2019, Kapoor was a semifinalist for the Outwin Boochever Award at National Portrait Gallery and shortlisted for the Grand Prix Images Vevey Award.

Kapoor's first solo exhibitions for "See You at Home" will be on view at PhotoNOLA Festival (New Orleans) in December 2021 and Filter Space (Chicago) in February 2022.

His photographs have exhibited at Aperture Foundation, Houston Center for Photography, SFCamerawork, Silver Eye Center for Photography, Photo Vogue Festival, among other venues.

He was recently an artist-in-residence at Center of Photography at Woodstock in New York and will continue work on See You At Home at Latitude Chicago in 2021.

Kapoor is currently working on a commission for Leica x British Journal of Photography on his mother’s career.


Vikesh Kapoor’s songs have been highlighted by The New Yorker, Rolling Stone, Interview Magazine and The Guardian.

His debut album, The Ballad of Willy Robbins, was released to critical acclaim in 2013. 

From 2013-2019, Vikesh performed across the United States and Europe, selling out concerts in New York, London and Rome.

In 2010, Kapoor was invited to write a song in memory of Howard Zinn, historian and author of A People's History of the United States. Kapoor performed his song at Zinn’s memorial service, held at Boston University, alongside Noam Chomsky and prominent activists from the civil rights movement.

Kapoor is currently working on his second album.

He resides in Los Angeles, California.


For Commissions, Exhibition Requests, Print Acquisitions:

Telephone: +1 323-546-4171

US Concert Booking: jared@danny-rose.com
EU Concert Booking: tom@loosemusic.com

US Press: daniel@luckybirdmedia.com
EU Press: julia@loosemusic.com

Song Licensing: jeff@parkthevan.com