Reena Saini Kallat: Common Ground opens at Compton Verney
Art Daily, 29th October 2022

PODO Museum’s diaspora exhibition drawing visitors of foreign nationalities
Kim Rahn, Korean Times, 26th August 2022

A Swedish show juxtaposes the practices of Reena and Jitish Kallat
Avantika Bhuyan, Mint Lounge, 26th August 2021

Sudden Beams – Public Roots and Beaten Tracks
Canan Batur, Platform Asia, 21st July 2021

Indian x 2 at Norrtalje Art Gallery
Thomas Olsson, Konsten.Net, 20th July 2021

Philosophers of self and the other self
Medha Dutta Yadav, The New Indian Express, 11th July 2021

Beyond the Walls
Payal Uttam, design anthology, Asia edition Issue 28, 2021

Reena Saini Kallat on Art That Challenges Borders and Notions of Nationhood
Shweta Bhandral, eShe, 14th February 2021

Cantor Arts Center online exhibit highlights migration and displacement
Heather Zimmerman, The Almanac, 18th February 2021

Testing the Waters
Meera Menezes, Art India, January 2021

ASIA NOW: Paris Asian Art Fair 2020 highlighted the works by Indian artists
Dilpreet Bhullar, Stir world, 22nd December, 2020

Deep Rivers Run Quiet by Reena Kallat at Nature Morte
Mash – My Art, November 2020

Reena Saini Kallat: Deep Rivers Run Quiet
Platform, November 2020

Not My Air/Heir – To the Art of Breathing in Decolonized Bodies
Aarushi Zarthoshtimanesh, Bayaan, 20th November, 2020

The Bangkok Art Biennale Returns with ‘Escape Routes’
Jenevieve Kok, The Artling, 6th November, 2020

Out of Place
Julia Goldberg, Santa Fe Reporter, 6th October 2020

Highlights of Asia Now’s 2020 Programme 
Sam Gaskin, Ocula Magazine, 20 October 2020

Asia Now  2020
The Gaze, Florence Briat-Soulié, 22nd October 2020

Bringing the world home: “DISPLACED: Contemporary Artists Confront the Global Refugee Crisis”
Jennifer Levin, Pasatiempo, 18th September, 2020

A flag for the nationless, and other features of “DISPLACED”
Michael Abatemarco, Pasatiempo, 18th September, 2020

Art and Migration
Robert Silberman, Burlington Contemporary, 25th August 2020

Repurposing the mind with art
Surekha-Kadapa Bose, Deccan Herald, 19th April, 2020

10 Indian Artists Who Are Shaping Contemporary Art
Cleo Roberts, Artsy, 10th March 2020

Bringing Human Migration Closer to Home
Ray Mark Rinaldi, The New York Times,  8th March, 2020

Ai Weiwei’s ‘Safe Passage’ Debuts in U.S. With ‘When Home Won’t Let You Stay: Art and Migration’ Group Exhibition and a Postcommodity Commission at Minneapolis Institute of Art
ArtfixDaily, 22nd January 2020

Divided Memories

K. Sridhar, Art India, January 2020

Art: Birdsongs from the border

Shaikh Ayaz, India Today, 30th December 2019

Drawing the line

Reema Gehi, Mumbai Mirror 28th December 2019

In sight but out of mind

Pooja Savansukha, The Hindus, 16th December 2019

Chemould Prescott Road opens a solo exhibition of works by Reena Saini Kallat

Artdaily, 10th December 2019

Reena Saini Kallat: Blind Spots/ Scotoma
Ramya Sarma, Take on Art, Issue 25, December 2019

An Exhibition on Migration Hits Home at the ICA
Jacqueline Houton, Boston Art Review, 31 December 2019

New Museum Exhibit Showcases Immigrant Experiences

Judy Bolton-Fasman, JewishBoston, 23rd December 2019

The Art of Crossing Borders

Claire Messud, NYR Daily, 7th December 2019

Drawing the line

Avantika Bhuyan, Live mint 29th November 2019

Experimental Artist Reena Kallat Returns to Mumbai For A Solo Show At Chemould Prescott Road

Niharika Ghosh, Homegrown, 26th November 2019

Blind Spots by Reena Kallat

Hansika Lohani Mehtani, Platform 2019

Mumbai: Reena Kallat blurs the lines between borders with her new solo exhibit ‘Blind Spots’

Uma Nair, Architectural Digest, 29th November 2019

Reena Saini Kallat’s Blind Spots explores commonalities amidst differences beyond borders

Mash – My Art, November 2019

Reena Kallat chronicles globe’s human imprint on canvas

IANS, The Quint, 27th November 2019

Reena Kallat chronicles globe”s human imprint on canvas

IANS , Outlook The News Scroll, 27 November 2019

United in Scale
Pooja Savansukha, The Hindu, 5th November, 2019

Art beat: Five on the same page
Francis H D’sa, The Free Press Journal. 27th October 2019

ICA’s latest exhibition explores the challenges and effects of migration
Kaitlyn Riggio, The Daily Free Press, 24th October 2019,

‘When home won’t let you stay’: artwork addressing global migration

Nadja Sayej, The Guardian, 21st October 2019

At The ICA, ‘When Home Won’t Let You Stay’ Explores The Migration Experience

Pamela Reynolds, wbur , ARTery 17th October 2019

ICA Boston Presents ‘When Home Won’t Let You Stay: Migration through Contemporary Art’

Artfix Daily, 24th September 2019

India’s first sculpture park opens for a second season
Emily Conklin, The Architects Newspaper, 9th September, 2019

Artists challenge barriers to belonging in Narre Warren’s Bunjil Place
Andrew Stephens, The Age, 16th August 2019

Art beat: Five on the same page
Francis H D’sa, The Free Press Journal. 6th August 2019

A Crusader with Art
Avril Noel D’souza, Goodhomes Magazine, July 2019

Art Basel 2019: Chemould Prescott Road, Mumbai makes a splash at the premier show
Uma Nair, Architectural Digest, 13th June 2019

Reena Saini Kallat : Havana Biennial
Sedition, 30th April 2019

Letters from Cuba # 1

Leonor Amarante, Arte Brasileiros, 18th April 2019

The Unblinkered Vision
Border Crossing, March 2019

Palace of Art
Gargi Gupta, DNA, 30th December 2018

Fearless: Contemporary South Asian Art
Chloe Wolifson, Art Asia Pacific, Web Exclusive, December 2018

Mapping Connection
Sarah Couper, Art Stuff, 22nd October, 2018

Radical Exhibition Celebrates the Gaze of Six Female Indian Artists
Freire Barnes, Culture Trip, 16th August 2018

Facing India” exhibition in Wolfsburg: Stinky fingers for the patriarchy

Sertan Sanderson,, 1st May 2018

How 6 Female Indian Artists Are Using Their Voices Today
Balasz Takac, WideWalls, 26th April 2018

Reena Saini Kallat part of six women artists exhibiting at Facing India

Uma Nair, Architectural Digest, 13th April 2018

“Earth Families”: Indian artist Reena Saini Kallat at the Manchester Museum

Amita Kini Singh, Art Radar, 14th February 2018

Past and Present Meets Future at Mumbai Museum

Fiona Fernandes,, 20th January 2018

Paradise of paradoxes

Quddus Mirza, TNS, 31st December 2017

Reena Kallat: I wanted to use nature to demonstrate how we could co-habit

Radhika Iyengar, Livemint, 2nd October 2017

Reena Saini Kallat’s retrospective at Manchester Museum encompasses viewers in a binding vine

Uma Nair, Architectural Digest, 28th September 2017

Reena Saini Kallat, Earth Families

Anita Mahadevan, Art Satva, 19th August 2017

The way back home: Will we ever be the India that was envisioned?

Vandana Kalra, The Indian Express, 13th August 2017

In Profile: New North and South

En Liang Khong, Frieze magazine, 22nd  June 2017

Celebrating Tagore in Sweden

Millenium Post, 28th May 2017

Reena Kallat’s Saline Notations (fluid signs) @ the Colombo Biennale 2016 titled Conceiving Space curated by Alnoor Mitha

Matters of Art, 26th December 2016

Designing and Building for the World’s 65 Million Displaced People

Kelly Chan, Hyperallergic, 12th December 2016

Reena Kallat’s giant world map at the MOMA traces the global refugee crisis

Architectural Digest, 10th December 2016

Woven Chronicles

John Hill, World-Architects, 6th December 2016

Designing shelters, creating homes at MOMA
Katherine Roth, The Daily Star, 6th December 2016

Two MOMA design shows explore ways of living

Introspective Magazine, Fred A. Bernstein, November 28, 2016

MOMA’s ‘insecurities’ exhibition examines global displacement and shelter

Philip Stevens, designboom, 22nd November 2016

Insecurities: Tracing Displacement and Shelter at Museum of Modern Art, New York

Tausif Noor, Art Radar, 21st November 2016

Tracing Displacement and Shelter

Noah Chasin, llll 4Columns, 18th November 2016

Woven Chronicle-Insecurities: Tracing Displacement and Shelter

Medium, 17th November 2016

10 Highlights from the Busan Biennale 2016

Claire Wilson, Art Radar, 16th November 2016

Migration Routes as Conduits for Transformation
Arcade, 3rd November 2016

Identities, Nations, and Histories Painfully Stitched Together

Hyperallergic, Meenakshi Thirukode, January 8, 2016

Porous Passages Reflects on Differing Worldviews

ArtForum, Himali Singh Soin, 21st December 2015

Chemould Prescott Road opens exhibition of the work of Reena Saini Kallat

Artdaily, 23rd December 2015

Beyond the barbed wire

Chanpreet Khurana, Live Mint, 16th September 2015

Genetic engineering

Rosalyn D’Mello, Live Mint, 19th September 2015

Layer upon Layer
Payal Khandelwal, Open Magazine pg 54 – 57, 28th September 2015

Can art bind together warring nations?

Rosalyn DMello, Vogue, 23rd September 2015

Dividing Lines

Pooja Pillai, The Indian Express, 21st September 2015

Reena Saini Kallat explores geopolitical relations in wires

Arundhati Chatterjee, Hindustan Times, 21st September 2015

A divided existence

Ornella D’Souza, DNA, 20th September 2015

Finding Poetry in Politics

Reema Gehi, Mumbai Mirror, 20th September 2015

Contemporary Artists Series: A Conversation with Reena Saini Kallat

Farah Siddiqui, The CultureTrip, 2015

REREADING REENA KALLAT – Inside Burger collection

Quddus Mirza, Art Asia Pacific Magazine, July/Aug 2015

Woven Chronicle, Domus
posted on 15th June 2015

Reena Saini Kallat’s Public Art Installation Explores Migration, Longing In Vancouver
Nimritta Parmar, Huffpost British Columbia Canada, posted on 13th July 2015

Mumbai artist maps out web of wire at VAG Offsite
Sponsored content, Vancouver Observer, posted on 8th June 2015

Current Connections
Vandana Kalra, The Indian Express, 12th May 2015

Working Lives, AD Perspective,
Sanhita Chowdhury, Architectural Digest pg-76, January-February 2015

The Top 10 Female Contemporary Artists from India
C. A. Xuan Mai Ardia, The Culture Trip, 2014

Memories at work
Kanika Sharma, Mid-day, 8th November 2014

Aesthetic Bind Floating World
Gitanjali Dang, ArtAsiaPacific, April 2014

In Suspense
Phalguni Desai , Timeout Mumbai, March 2014

Chemould Prescott Road celebrates fifty years of contemporary art with Aesthetic Bind: Floating World
Geeta Kapur, Art Daily, 24th March 2014

ZegnArt enlists Reena Kallat to create a site-specific artwork in Mumbai,
JJ Martin, Wallpaper, 18th January 2013

Web design
Karanjeet Kaur, Timeout Magazine, pg 26-28, 15th March 2013

Arte pubblica a Mumbai. Intervista con Anna Zegna
Daniele Perra, Art Tribune, 1st March 2013

Reena Kallat On Her Mammoth, 1-ton Rubber-Stamp Cobweb at the Bhau Daji Lad Museum, Mumbai
Rosalyn D’Mello, Blouinart, April 1, 2013

Putting her stamp on it
Ramya Sarma, The Hindu, 9th March 2013

Stamp over Mumbai
Kishore Singh, Business Standard, New Delhi 8th March 2013

Weaving a tangled web
Deepanjana Pal, DNA, 3rd March 2013

Web of history
Sanaya Chavda, DNA, 13th March 2013

Web of history
Shweta Mehta, Hindustan Times, 16th March 2013

Public Art installation by Reena Kallat at the Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum in Mumbai
Manjari Sihare, Saffron blog,Posted on 14th March 2013

Weaving into networks, Buliding Cobwebs: Musings over Reena Saini Kallat’s recent work
Parni Ray, Take on Art/Eleven, pg 98, Volume lll

Stamping ground
Deepanjana Pal, Wallpaper magazine, pg 193 – 194, May 2013

Kaiwan Mehta, Domus, pg 5 – 10, April 2013

Web Design
Chumki Bharadwaj, India Today, pg 45 – 46, April 2013

Art Outside
Pavitra Mohan, Architectural Digest, pg 98, March-April 2013

Of Cobwebs & Crossings
Jigna Padhiar, India Art & Design, 1st March 2013

Art’s the Raj
Dylan Boey, Prestige Singapore, 3rd April 2013

Adrift in unknown waters: Reena Saini Kallat and the Art of letting go
Parni Ray, Artfair Magazine, Issue-3, pg 48 – 51, 2012

Walking the Art talk with the Kallats
Shobha Narayan, Live Mint, February 2012

Spectrum New Visual Idiom
Nonika Singh, The Tribune, February 19, 2012

Goteborg International Biennial
Art Etc, Vol.4, No. 2, 2011

Helsinki, January 2011

Brush With Reality
Sumaiya Khan, India Today Woman, pg. 20-21, April 2011

System overload
Shweta Upadhyay, Timeout Delhi, March 2011

Picking up the past
Parni Ray, ArtSlant, 4th April 2011

Art at “maximum INDIA” Festival Evokes Cultural Memory and Loss
Howard Cincotta,, March 7, 2011

Kennedy Center opens 3-week India arts festival
Brett Zongker, The San Diego Union-Tribune, 2nd March 2011

The Eye and the Mind: New Interventions in Contemporary Indian Art
Rajeev Lochan, India Perspectives, Vol. 24, No. 6, 2010

Interview, Art Radar Asia
April 20, 2010

The Archives of the Heart
Nancy Adajania, Indian Contemporary Art Journal, Volume 1, Issue III,
Front Cover, pgs 42-45, 2009

Globale Kunst Mit Wurzelduft
Von Almuth Speigler, Die Presse, Feuilleton, 2nd September 2009

Landscapes of Loss
Beth Citron, The Art News Magazine of India, Volume XIV, Issue 1, 2009

Reincarnating History
The Big Picture, Architect and Interiors, July 2009

Stamp Collection
Georgina Maddox, The Sunday Express, 17th May 2009

Evolving Beyond Borders
Reshma S. Kulkarni, Bombay Times, Times of India, 15th January, 2009

Loss and Found
Marina Correa, DNA, Mumbai, 22nd January 2009

Focus India
Megha Ralapati, Flash Art, pg 114, January-February 2008

Come Together Right Now
Reema Gehi, HT Café, 15th February 2008

Such a Long Journey
Aparna S Sharma, Elle Magazine, pgs 115-117, February 2008

More than a Woman
Georgina Maddox, The Indian Express, Mumbai Newsline, 4th February 2008

Artist of the Fortnight
Maria Louis, Outlook Profit, pg 79, 18th April 2008

Deja View
Tara Khilachand, Live Mint, 20th December 2008

Terror Struck
Maria Louis, Outlook Profit, 26th December 2008

Name Calling
Deepanjana Pal, Timeout Mumbai, December 2008

Corruptions of Power
Shiladitya Sarkar, The Art News Magazine of India, Volume XI, issue IV, pgs 98-99, 2007

Over the Rainbow
Maria Louis, Interview, Verve Magazine, pg 78, November 2006

In a State of Perennial Siege
Nancy Adajania, The Hindu, Hyderabad, 29th October 2006

Her Crowning Achievement
Clara Chow, The Straits Times, 18th November 2006

Political Chaos
Deepali Nandwani, Beautiful people, pg 143, November-December 2006

Weapons of Mass Construction
Rituparna Som, DNA after Hrs, Mumbai, 9th October, 2006

Guns and Roses
Rachna Nakra, The Indian Express, Mumbai Newsline, 18th September 2006

Under Attack
Gitanjali Dang, HT Mumbai, 22nd September 2006

Time Traveller
Georgina Maddox, The Indian Express, Mumbai Newsline, 27th June 2006

The Flower and the Sword
Girish Shahane, The Art News magazine of India, pg 93, volume X issue I, 2004

India’s Top 100 Achievers
Society Magazine, pg 137, December 2004

Caught Between Demons
Nancy Adajania, The Hindu, 19th December 2004

En Reise Til India
Harald Flor, Dagbladet, Kultur, 2nd February 2003

Signs of Resistance
Nancy Adajania, The Hindu, 5th January 2003

Of the Goddess and Demon in the Mind
Debbie Rodgers, Sunday edition Vijay Times, Bangalore, 5th January 2003

Empathic Anger
Marta Jakimowicz, Deccan Herald, 23rd December 2002

Mysore Ek Khoj
Cross Fertilization of Culture, Interview in Star of Mysore, 27th October 2002

Linking Islands
Menaka Jayasankar, Indian Express, Mumbai Newsline, 15th February 2002

Creating to Destroy
Jasmine Shah Varma, The List, Mid Day, 22nd February 2002

Different Strokes
Georgina L Maddox, The Indian Express, Mumbai Newsline, 24th July 2002

Of Faith and Hunger
Abhay Sardesai, The Art News Magazine of India, Vol.V, issue IV, pgs 88-89, December 2000

The Murmur of Skin
Nupur Mahajan, Bombay Times, Times of India, 12th October 2000

Not just Skin Deep
Jasmine Shah Varma, The List, Mid-day, 4th October 2000

Inside Out
Menaka Jayasankar, Indian Express, Mumbai Newsline, 11th October 2000

Scintillating Skin
Vaibhav Purandare, The Asian Age, 14th October 2000

An Artist’s World: Roti, Makaan & Abstract Art
Poonam Goel, HT City, 23rd December 2000

Within you, Without you
Anu Kumar, Indian Express, Express Newsline, 2nd September 1998

Farming Intrigue
Jerry Pinto, The Times of India, Bombay Times, 3rd September 1998

Interactive Medium
Karen Pereira, Indian Architect & Builder, pgs 102-104, October 1998