Frith Street Gallery

Golden Square

17-18 Golden Square, London W1F 9JJ
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Jeebesh Bagchi, b. 1965, New Delhi, India
Monica Narula, b. 1969, New Delhi, India
Shuddhabrata Sengupta, b. 1968, New Delhi, India

Raqs Media Collective have been variously described as artists, media practitioners, curators, researchers, editors and catalysts of cultural processes. Their work, which has been exhibited widely in major international spaces, locates them in the intersections of contemporary art, historical enquiry, philosophical speculation, research and theory – often taking the form of installations, online and offline media objects, performances and encounters. They live and work in Delhi, based at Sarai-CSDS, an initiative they co-founded in 2000. They are members of the editorial collective of the Sarai Reader series.

Selected Exhibitions

  • 2017 Twilight Language, a solo exhibition at The Whitworth, Manchester
  • 2016 Thicket, a participatory installation for Tate Exchange at Tate Modern, London
  • 2016 Chief Curators of the 11th Shanghai Biennale
  • 2016 Participation in the 11th Gwangju Biennale
  • 2016 Perhaps (An Investigation Outside the Laws of Thought), a commissioned sculpture in the Brayford Pool, Lincoln
  • 2015 Work of Art in the Age of Collective Intelligence / If the World is a Fair Place?, a solo exhibition at Laumeier Sculpture Park, Saint Louis
  • 2015 It’s Possible Because It’s Possible, a solo exhibition at Fundación PROA, Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • 2015 Luminous Will, a solo exhibition at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts (SMFA), Boston
  • 2015 Coronation Park at La Biennale di Venezia – 56th International Art Exhibition, Venice, Italy
  • 2015 It’s Possible Because It’s Possible a solo exhibition at the MUAC Museo Universitario Arte Contemporáneo, México City
  • 2015 A Myriad Marginalia a solo exhibition at the RISD Museum
  • 2014-15 Untimely Calendar, a solo exhibition at National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA), New Delhi
  • 2014 Corrections to the First Draft of History solo exhibition at Frith Street Gallery
  • 2014 It’s Possible Because It’s Possible a solo exhibition at the Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo, Madrid
  • 2013 a commission at Performa 13, New York, USA
  • 2013 Black Box: Raqs Media Collective Baltimore Museum of Art, USA
  • 2013 Multitudes Art Prize a group exhibition at the Ullens Centre for Contemporary Art, Beijing
  • 2012 Where do we Migrate to? a solo exhibition at the Contemporary Art Centre, New Orleans
  • 2012 Art Unlimited, Art Basel
  • 2012 solo exhibition at The Photographers’ Gallery, London
  • 2012 group exhibition of billboards around the city of Birmingham, Ikon Gallery & BCU
  • 2012 solo exhibition Frith Street Gallery
  • 2010 The Things That Happen When Falling In Love, a solo exhibition at Baltic Centre, Gateshead
  • 2010 The Capital of Accumulation, a solo exhibition at Project 88, Mumbai
  • 2010 a group exhibition at 29th Sao Paulo Biennial 2010, Brazil
  • 2010 a group exhibition at 8th Shanghai Biennale, China
  • 2010 The New Décor, a touring group exhibition at Hayward Gallery, London; The Garage Center for Contemporary Culture, Moscow
  • 2009 The Surface of Each Day is a Different Planet, a solo exhibition at Art Now Lightbox, Tate Britain, London
  • 2009 When The Scales Fall From Your Eyes, a solo exhibition at Ikon, Birmingham
  • 2009 Escapement, a solo exhibition at Frith Street Gallery
  • 2008 Co-curators for Manifesta 7, Trentino

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Image of: Coronation Park
  • Coronation Park , 2015
  • Nine fiberglass sculptures on bitumen coated wooden pedestals, with acrylic polymer plaques
  • Dimensions variable