Venice To London May 2022 Diary – Revd Jonathan Evens

Several exhibitions/installations in Venice during the 59th Biennale re-situate key works or themes from Christianity’s historic engagement with the Arts, in some cases overlaying biblical narrative onto the present.

14 April 2019

Raqib Shaw Landscapes Of Kashmir – Pace NY – Ilka Scobie

Kashmiri born, London based Raqib Shaw has created his first dazzlingly immersive and multicultural landscape series.

11 April 2017

Raqib Shaw Unveils Planned Summer Exhibition At The Whitworth

Raqib Shaw’s exotic Kashmir inspired paintings are to be exhibited at the Whitworth in Manchester. Sumptuous textiles, wallpaper and renaissance drawings from The Whitworth collection will create a key exhibition this summer.

4 August 2016

Raqib Shaw: Krishna For The Rich White Cube Bermondsey – Edward Lucie-Smith

Raqib Shaw seems like one of those grandee artists who have suddenly appeared out of nowhere. That is, till you do a bit of research on the Web, and discover just what, and how much, you’ve been missing. Calcutta born, raised in Kashmir, now living and working in London, he’s had solo shows at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Miami, […]

9 December 2013


Raqib Shaw and Chapmans Pub Sign Artwork To Be Auctioned

Raqib Shaw’s pub sign artwork – The Queen Elizabeth – is being auctioned for over £100k for Space In Between gallery’s fundraiser ARTISTS MAKE PUB SIGNS. Shaw, alongside Jake & Dinos Chapman, Charles Avery, Goshka Macuga and Ernesto Neto have all made one off pub signs, currently on show at The Londonewcastle Space and available […]

24 January 2013


Raqib Shaw: Major Exhibition To Open At The Manchester Art Gallery

The Manchester Art Gallery will present Raqib Shaw’s largest solo exhibition to date from February. This major exhibition will feature 28 recent (and many previously unseen) works by the artist including large scale paintings, sculptures and works on paper, drawn together from private collections around the world. Thanks to the extraordinary generosity of the artist, […]