CURRENT AND UPCOMING SHOWS

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

Deep Rivers Run Quiet
Norrtalje Konsthall
19th June – 26th September 2021

Verso-Recto-Recto-Verso
curated by Sophie Makariou
MNAAG-Musée National des Arts Asiatiques Guimet, Paris
21st October 2020 – 3rd May 2021
Video l La Nuit des Idées 2021 : Discussion autour de l’œuvre de Reena Saini Kallat

Deep Rivers Run Quiet
Viewing Room
Nature Morte, Delhi

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

Tree Story 
curated by Charlotte Day
MUMA, Melbourne
31st January – 10th April 2021

When Home Won’t Let You Stay: Migration through Contemporary Art 
curated by Eva Respini and Ruth Erickson
Cantor Arts Centre at Stanford University
5th February – 31st May 2021

Holding Space
South South Veza, Online Viewing Rooms (OVR’s) by 50+ galleries
24th February – 7th March

Delhi Contemporary Art Week
Bikaner House
8th – 15th April 2021

 

 

LINKS

 


Video l  Woven Chronicles, Maria Balshaw and Reena Saini Kallat in conversation
at the Jaipur Literature Festival 2021


Video l When Home Won’t Let You Stay: Migration through Contemporary Art
curated by Eva Respini and Ruth Erickson, The Minneapolis Institute of Art, USA, 2020


Review l Divided Memories, K. Sridhar, Art India, January 2020  


Review l The Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney initiative “Together in Art”
a conversation (virtual) between curator Natalie Seiz and Reena, 2020


Interview l Blind Spots by Reena Kallat, Hansika Lohani Mehtani, Platform 2019


Review l In sight but out of mind, Pooja Savansukha, The Hindu, 16th December 2019


Video l Facing India, Kunstmuseum, Wolfsburg, Germany, 2018


Video l Memories of Partition, Manchester Museum, 2017


Video l Citizens and Borders: Migration and Displacement, panel discussion at the
Jaipur Literature Festival; presented by the Museum Of Modern Art, New York, 2016


Video l Artist’s Talk: Reena Saini Kallat at the Vancouver Art Gallery, 2015


Interview l REREADING REENA KALLAT – Art Asia Pacific Magazine,
Issue 94 July/Aug 2015 I Inside Burger collection


Video l Walkthrough of the exhibition ‘Hyphenated Lives’, 2015
at Chemould Prescott Road, Mumbai


Review l Can art bind together warring nations? Rosalyn D’mello
Vogue, 23rd September 2015


Review l Porous Passages Reflects on Differing Worldviews: ArtForum,
Himali Singh Soin, 21st December 2015


Video l Field meeting, Asia Contemporary Art Week 2014, Asia Society, New York