Raqib Shaw, From Narcissus to Icarus (After Déjeuner sur l’herbe), 2017-2019, acrylic liner and enamel on Birch wood, 60-5/8" × 71-5/8" (154 cm × 182 cm) 62" × 73-1/8" × 2-13/16" (157.5 cm × 185.7 cm × 7.2 cm), frame © Raqib Shaw Raqib Shaw Details:b. 1974, CalcuttaConnect:Raqib Shaw StudioPace Publications:Shop Now Read More Raqib Shaw is known for opulent and intricately detailed paintings of fantastical worlds, often with surfaces inlaid with vibrantly colored jewels and painted in enamel.His works reveal an eclectic fusion of influences—from Persian carpets and Northern Renaissance painting to industrial materials and Japanese lacquerware—and are often developed in series from literary, art historical, and mystical sources. Shaw has had solo exhibitions at Tate Modern, London (2006), The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (2008), Manchester Art Gallery (2013), Galerie Rudolfinum, Prague (2013), and the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh (2018). His exhibition at The Whitworth Art Gallery, The University of Manchester, United Kingdom (2017) was reimagined for the Dhaka Art Summit, Bangladesh, in 2018. Read More Raqib Shaw, The Martyrdom of Icarus (After Honthorst and Carracci), 2018-2019, acrylic liner and enamel on Birch wood, 35-3/4" × 47-1/8" × 2-1/8" (90.8 cm × 119.7 cm × 5.4 cm), 37-1/4" × 48-5/8" × 2-7/8" (94.6 cm × 123.5 cm × 7.3 cm), frame © Raqib Shaw Raqib Shaw, Three Graces, 2019, acrylic, graphite, and enamel on paper, 11-13/16" × 16-9/16" (30 cm × 42.1 cm), image, 14-5/16" × 19" × 1-1/2" (36.4 cm × 48.3 cm × 3.8 cm), frame © Raqib Shaw Exhibitions View All Past Raqib Shaw Reflections Upon the Looking-Glass River Jun 8 – Aug 7, 2021 Geneva Past Raqib Shaw Landscapes of Kashmir Apr 5 – May 18, 2019 New York Past Raqib Shaw Paradise Lost Nov 8, 2013 – Jan 18, 2014 New York Journal View All Exhibitions Our Artists in Venice Apr 23, 2022 Films Arne Glimcher & Raqib Shaw Discuss Shaw's Landscapes of Kashmir Apr 24, 2019 News Maya Lin, Raqib Shaw and Kiki Smith included in Tomorrow's Tigers at Sotheby's London Jan 23, 2019 Museum Exhibitions Raqib Shaw at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art May 16, 2018 One-Artist Exhibitions Group Exhibitions Public Collections Periodicals Books and Catalogues Close Raqib ShawOne-Artist Exhibitions Raqib Shaw One-Artist Exhibitions DatesBorn 1974, Calcutta, IndiaLives and works in LondonEducation2001, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London, BA Fine Art2002, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London, MA Fine Art2022Raqib Shaw: Palazzo della Memoria, Ca’Pesaro International Gallery of Modern Art, Venice, April 22–September 25, 2022.Raqib Shaw: Tales from an Urban Garden, The Little House @ Dries Van Noten, Los Angeles, February 16–March 26, 2022.2021Raqib Shaw: Reflections Upon the Looking-Glass River, Pace Gallery, Geneva, June 8–August 7, 2021. (Booklet)2019Raqib Shaw: Landscapes of Kashmir, Pace Gallery, 537 West 24th Street, New York, April 5–May 18, 2019. (Catalogue)2018Raqib Shaw: Reinventing the Old Masters, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, May 19–October 28, 2018. (Catalogue)2017Raqib Shaw, The Whitworth, University of Manchester, United Kingdom, June 24–November 2017.2016Raqib Shaw: Self Portraits, White Cube Bermondsey, London, July 13–September 11, 2016.White Cube at Glyndebourne: Raqib Shaw, 2016 Glyndebourne Festival, United Kingdom, May 21–August 28, 2016.2015Raqib Shaw: New Sculptures and Paintings, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, June 6–July 25, 2015. (Catalogue)2013Raqib Shaw: Paradise Lost, Pace Gallery, 508, 510 and 534 West 25th Street, New York, November 8, 2013–January 11, 2014. (Catalogue)Raqib Shaw, Manchester Art Gallery, February 14–May 27, 2013. Traveled to: Galerie Rudolfinum, Prague, June 7–September 15, 2013. (Catalogue)2012Raqib Shaw: Of Beasts and Super-Beasts, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, March 3–April 7, 2012. (Catalogue)2011Raqib Shaw: Paradise Lost, White Cube, Mason’s Yard, London, September 28–November 12, 2011. (Catalogue)2009Raqib Shaw: Absence of God, White Cube, London, May 20–July 4, 2009. Traveled to: Karlsplatz Project Space, Kunsthalle Wien, Austria, August 19–September 27, 2009. (Catalogue)2008Raqib Shaw at the Met, The Metropolitan Museum, New York, November 4, 2008–March 8, 2009.2006Art Now: Raqib Shaw, Tate Britain, London, October 7–December 17, 2006Raqib Shaw: Garden Of Earthly Delights, Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, February 18–April 16, 2006.2005Raqib Shaw: Garden of Earthly Delights, Deitch Projects, New York, September 7–October 8, 2005. (Catalogue)2004Raqib Shaw: Garden of Earthly Delights, Victoria Miro Gallery, London, February 19–March 20, 2004. Raqib ShawGroup Exhibitions Raqib Shaw Group Exhibitions 2023Sangam/Confluence, Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre, Mumbai, India, April 2–June 3, 2023.2018Deutsche Bank Collection: The World on Paper, Palais Populaire, Berlin, September 27, 2018–January 7, 2019.Animals & Us, Turney Contemporary, England, May 25–September 30, 2018.Bearing Points, Dhaka Art Summit, Shipakala Academy, Bangladesh, February 2–10, 2018.2017Global New Art, Woodone Museum of Art, Hiroshima, August 25–November 12, 2017.2015Drawing Biennial 2015, Drawing Room, London, March 5–April 30, 2015.2014Eurasia. A View on Painting, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, November 27, 2014–February 7, 2015. (Catalogue)2013Group exhibition, Manchester Art Gallery, February 14–May 27 2013.2012The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, Queensland Art Gallery, Australia, December 8, 2012–April 14, 2013.Summer Exhibition 2012, Royal Academy of Arts, London, June 4–August 12, 2012. (Catalogue)The First Kyiv International Biennale Arsenale 2012, Mystetskyi Arsenal, Ukraine, May 24–July 31, 2012.Phantoms of Asia: Contemporary Awakens the Past, Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, May 18–September 2, 2012.2011Painting Between the Lines, California College of the Arts, Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, October 4–December 17, 2011. (Catalogue)East Ex East, Brand New Gallery, Milan, June 6–July 30, 2011.2010Kupferstichkabinett: Between Thought and Action, White Cube, London, July 8–August 28, 2010. (Catalogue)17th Biennale of Sydney: The Beauty of Distance, Songs of Survival in a Precarious Age, Sydney, Australia, May 12–August 1, 2010. (Catalogue)Resonance, Suntory Museum, Osaka, Japan, April 3–June 20, 2010.2009Nightmare Full of Unspeakable Things, Concept V, New York, November 13, 2009–January 30, 2010.Taswir: Pictorial Mappings of Islam and Modernity, Martin-Gropius Bau, Berlin, November 5, 2008–January 18, 2010. (Catalogue)Flower Power, Villa Giulia – CRAA Centro Ricerca Arte Attuale, Verbania, Italy, May 23–October 11, 2009. (Catalogue)The Power of Ornament, Belvedere, Vienna, January 21–May 19, 2009.2006The Sixth Gwangju Biennale 2006: Fever Variations, Gwangju, South Korea, September 8–November 11, 2006. (Catalogue)Around the World in Eighty Days, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London and South London Gallery, May 24–July 16, 2006. (Catalogue)Without Boundary: Seventeen Ways of Looking, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, February 26–May 22, 2006. (Catalogue)Broken Borders, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, February 26–May 22, 2006.Panic Room: Works from The Dakis Joannou Collection, Deste Foundation, Centre for Contemporary Art, Athens, February 2, 2006–April 4, 2007. (Catalogue)Passion for Paint, Bristol City and Art Gallery, Avon, United Kingdom, January 21–April 2, 2006. Traveled to: Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle, April 13–July 9, 2006; National Gallery, London, July 20–September 17, 2006.Dan Attoe, Elliott Hundley, Raqib Shaw: There's No Fooling You (The Classics), Peres Projects, Los Angeles, January 7–February 11, 2006.2005Prague Biennale 2: Expanded Painting, Karlin Hall, Prague, May 26–September 15, 2005. (Catalogue)2004Plantmania! Art and the World of Plants, Sunderland Museum & Winter Gardens, United Kingdom, May 26–September 5, 2004.2003Nature and Nation: Vaster than Empires, Hastings Museum and Art Gallery, United Kingdom, April–June 2003. Traveled to: Worcester City Art Gallery, United Kingdom, May–July 2004; The Yard Gallery, Nottingham, July–September 2004; Lethaby Gallery, London, October–November 2004. (Catalogue)2002Chancellor’s Forum, London College of Fashion, 2002.Direction 2002, The London Institute Gallery, 2002.2001Future Map 2001, Lethaby Gallery, London, 2001. Raqib ShawPublic Collections Raqib Shaw Public Collections Metropolitan Museum of Art, New YorkThe Museum of Modern Art, New YorkThe Nelson Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MissouriThe Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, EdinburghTate, London Raqib ShawPeriodicals Raqib Shaw Periodicals 2023Tata, Huzan. “11 new art shows in India to add to your May 2023 calendar” (ArtHouse exhibition review). Vogue India, 6 May 2023. https://www.vogue.in/content/new-art-shows-in-india-to-add-to-your-may-2023-calendar2022“Away with the fairies: works by Maggi Hambling and Raqib Shaw make waves at Glyndebourne." The Art Newspaper, 24 May 2022. https://www.theartnewspaper.com/2022/05/24/away-with-the-fairiesworks-by-maggi-hambling-and-raqib-shaw-make-waves-at-glyndebourneCowan, Trace William. “Dries Van Noten and Jeffrey Deitch to Present L.A. Exhibition Featuring Paintings by Raqib Shaw” (Little House exhibition preview). Complex, 15 February 2022. https://www.complex.com/style/dries-van-noten-jeffrey-deitch-present-la-exhibition-featuring-paintings-by-raqib-shaw.Kiran Piotti, Christina. “Venice Biennale: In its 59th edition, the event celebrates diversity in every sphere.” Architectural Digest, 9 May 2022. https://www.architecturaldigest.in/story/venice-biennale-in-its-59th-edition-the-event-celebrates-diversity-in-every-sphere/.Rea, Naomi. “Step Inside Raqib Shaw’s Secret Garden Studio, Where He Tends Bonsai and Channels His Grief Into Healing New Paintings.” Artnet News, 17 May 2022. https://news.artnet.com/art-world/studio-visit-raqib-shaw-2106850Shankar, Avantika. “13 new art shows in India you must catch in August 2022.” Vogue, 13 August 2022. https://www.vogue.in/culture-and-living/content/13-new-art-shows-in-india-you-must-catch-in-august-2022Shurvell, Joanne. “Venice Biennale 2022: Highlights From The Olympics Of The Art World.” Forbes, 26 April 2022. https://www.forbes.com/sites/joanneshurvell/2022/04/26/venice-biennale-2022-top-eighteen-highlights/?sh=377f67693e41Woodcock, Victoria. “If you go down to the gallery today... you’ll find lots of fairytale pictures” (Dries Van Noten exhibition preview; Ca’ Pesaro Museum exhibition preview). Financial Times, 6 February 2022. https://www.ft.com/content/010c70a3-7707-45ff-a45a-f75ac76e1bf2.2021Berger, Katia. ''Des fleurs pour briser le confinement.” La Tribune de Genève, 2 July 2021: 24, illustrated.2020“Go lose yourself in Waterloo Bridge’s brand-new light installation.” Frieze, 3 November 2020. https://www.frieze.com/video/making-britain-home-raqib-shaw2019Creahan, Daniel. “New York – Raqib Shaw: ‘Landscapes of Kashmir’ at Pace through May 18th, 2019” (exhibition review). Art Observed, 25 April 2019. http://artobserved.com/2019/04/new-york-raqib-shaw-landscapes-of-kashmir-at-pace-through-may-18th-2019/“Hear them roar—tiger rugs by Anish Kapoor and Raqib Shaw fly out the door.” The Art Newspaper, 4 February 2019. https://www.theartnewspaper.com/blog/hear-them-roar-tiger-rugs-by-anish-kapoor-and-raqib-shaw-fly-out-the-door“High Definition: Raqib Shaw” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). Vogue, June 2019: 98, 100, illustrated.Michalarou, Efi. “Art-Presentation: Raqib Shaw – Landscapes” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). Dream Idea Machine, accessed 8 April 2019. http://www.dreamideamachine.com/en/?p=46358Needham, Alex. “Paradise Painted with a Porcupine Quill – the Wild Visions of Raqib Shaw.” The Guardian, 2 April 2019. https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2019/apr/02/paradise-painted-porcupine-quill-wild-visions-raqib-shawOwens, Mitchell. “Kiki Smith, Maya Lin, Anish Kapoor, and More Create Wild Carpets to Benefit Endangered Tigers.” Architectural Digest, 29 January 2019. https://www.architecturaldigest.com/story/kiki-smith-maya-lin-anish-kapoor-tiger-carpets-world-wildlife-fundSchwendener, Martha. “Spring Gallery Guide: Chelsea—2. Pace Gallery, ‘Raqib Shaw: Landscapes of Kashmir’” (exhibition review). The New York Times, 26 April 2019. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/26/arts/design/gallery-guide-chelsea.htmlScobie, Ilka. “Raqib Shaw Landscapes Of Kashmir” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). Artlyst, 14 April 2019. https://www.artlyst.com/reviews/raqib-shaw-landscapes-kashmir-pace-ny-ilka-scobie/“Whitewaller New York 2019: What to See – Raqib Shaw: Landscapes, Pace Gallery, Chelsea” (exhibition review). Whitewall, 30 April 2019. https://www.whitewall.art/art/whitewaller-new-york-2019-what-to-see2018Paterson, Kirsteen. “Artist Raqib Shaw brings bold new take on Old Masters to Scotland” (Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art exhibition review). The National, 19 May 2018. http://www.thenational.scot/news/16236518.Artist_Raqib_Shaw_brings_bold_new_take_on_Old_Masters_to_Scotland/Pollock, David. “Raqib Shaw: Reinventing the Old Masters” (Scottish National Gallery exhibition review). List, 6 June 2018. https://www.list.co.uk/article/101217-raqib-shaw-reinventing-the-old-masters/2017Lovell, Lucy. “Raqib Shaw to Exhibit at the Whitworth in Manchester This Summer – and You Can Take His Work Home with You” (exhibition preview). Manchester Evening News, 12 April 2017. http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/whats-on/arts-culture-news/whitworth-manchester-raqib-shaw-exhibition--12884502Nair, Uma. “Raqib Shaw’s New Solo at the Whitworth Gallery is a Theatrical Extravagance” (exhibition review). Architectural Digest, 22 August 2017. https://www.architecturaldigest.in/content/raqib-shaws-new-solo-whitworth-gallery-theatrical-extravagance/#s-cust0“Raqib Shaw Unveils Planned Summer Exhibition at the Whitworth” (exhibition review). Artlyst, 11 April 2017. http://www.artlyst.com/previews/raqib-shaw-unveils-planned-summer-exhibition-whitworth/2016Arensman, Dirk-Jan. “Hidden Pleasures.” See All This, no.1 (Winter 2016): 75–77, 128, illustrated.Lucie-Smith, Edward. “Art Review: Raqib Shaw: Krishna for the Rich White Cube Bermondsey” (exhibition review). Artlyst, 4 August 2016. http://www.artlyst.com/articles/raqib-shaw-krishna-for-the-rich-white-cube-bermondsey-edward-luciesmithShaw, Raqib. “The World of Raqib Shaw.” House and Garden, 23 September 2016. http://www.houseandgarden.co.uk/interiors/art/raquib-shaw2014Kerr, Merrily. “Raqib Shaw, ‘Paradise Lost’” (exhibition review). Time Out New York, 9–15 January 2014: 28, illustrated.2013Dennis, Jacquel. “Raqib Shaw: ‘Paradise Lost’ at Pace Gallery” (exhibition review). Sotheby’s, 3 December 2013. http://www.sothebys.com/en/news-video/blogs/all-blogs/on-india/2013/12/raqib-shaw-paradise-lost.htmlDuray, Dan. “The Shaw-Flanked Pretension.” New York Observer, 2 December 2013: B8, illustrated.East, Ben. “Raqib Shaw’s Hopeless Quest for Beauty.” The National, 13 February 2013. http://www.thenational.ae/arts-culture/art/raqib-shaws-hopeless-quest-for-beautyFeld, Kate. “Manchester Art Gallery Preview: Raqib Shaw’s Flowers and Monsters” (exhibition preview). Creativetourist.com, 22 January 2013. http://www.creativetourist.com/articles/art/manchester/manchester-art-gallery-preview-raqib-shawsflowers-and-monsters/“Galleries—Chelsea: Raqib Shaw” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). The New Yorker, 2 December 2013: 8.Jumabhoy, Zehra. “Raqib Shaw, Manchester Art Gallery” (exhibition review). Artforum 51, no. 10 (Summer 2013): 371–72, illustrated.Lane, Mary M. “A Blend of Beauty and Violence.” Wall Street Journal, 15 November 2013: D8, illustrated.Needham, Alex. “The Garden of Earthly Delights.” W (November 2013): 98, 100, illustrated.Omeira, Celine. “Through a Prism of Desire” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). Aishti Magazine, no.69, December 2013/January 2014: A260, illustrated.“Raqib Shaw” (Pace Gallery exhibition preview). Modern Painters (September 2013): 96, illustrated.Rowlands, Helen. “Manchester Art Gallery The Sparkle of Raqib Shaw Exhibition 15th February 26th May 2013” (exhibition review). Manchester Artwork, 3 March 2013. http://blog.manchesterartwork.co.uk/manchester-art-gallery-the-sparkle-of-raqib-shaw-exhibition-15th-february-26th-may-2013/Ruimy, Karen. “Welcome to the World of Raqib Shaw: An Extravaganza!” Huffington Post, 8 November 2013. http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/karen-ruimy/welcome-to-the-world-of-r_b_4226944.html?utm_hp_ref=uk-entertainment&ir=UK+EntertainmentShaw, Raqib. “Raqib Shaw at Galerie Rudolfinum, Prague.” Interview by Frantisek Zachoval. Vernissage TV. M4V video, 4:51. 6 June 2013. http://vernissage.tv/blog/2013/06/23/raqib-shaw-at-galerie-rudolfinum-prague/Soriano, Krista. “All That Glitters: Opulence in Art and Adornment” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). Dujour, 20 November 2013. http://dujour.com/issues/2013-11/?id=37821#opulent-fine-jewelry-raqib-shaw/37821/“Under 50: The Next Most Collectible Artists.” Art + Auction (June 2013): 119, 132, illustrated.“World Gallery: Pace Gallery.” Noblesse Korea, November 2013: 1–4, illustrated.Yerebakan, Osman Can. “A Dandy is a Dandy! A Look at the Most Baroque Show in New York These Days” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). Filthy Dreams, 16 November 2013. http://filthydreams.wordpress.com/2013/11/16/a-dandy-is-a-dandy-a-look-at-the-most-baroque-show-in-new-york-these-days/Yusof, Helmi. “Beauty in Chaos.” BT Luxe Christmas (December 2013): 28–29, illustrated.2012Shaw, Raqib. “The Hours of Flowers.” Garage no.3 (Fall/Winter 2012): 76, illustrated.Turner, Brook. “Paradise Lost Centrepiece of Queensland Art Show” (exhibition review). Financial Review, 6 December 2012.2011Nelkin, Chloe. “A Bit of Bling – Raqib Shaw at White Cube” (exhibition review). Chloenelkin, 29 September 2013. http://chloenelkin.wordpress.com/2011/09/29/a-bit-of-bling-%E2%80%93-raqib-shaw-at-white-cube/Pascucci, Maris J. “Profiles: Raqib Shaw.” Art Economist, no. 2 (2011): 34, illustrated.Spearing, Jack. “Raqib Shaw: Paradise Lost” (White Cube exhibition review). Artists Insight, 10 October 2011. [unpublished article]2009“‘Critics Choice’: Galleries”. Time Out, 14–20 May 2009: 43.“‘Critics Choice’: Galleries”. Time Out, 21–27 May 2009: 56.Doshi, Avni. “A Walk on the Wild Side.” Art India, vol 4, no 2, 2009: 78–79.Guner, Fisun. “London Lowdown: Art Review Raqib Shaw – Absence of God.” Metrolife, 26 May 2009: 29.“In the Studio: Raqib Shaw.” Time Out, 14–20 May 2009: 43–46.Jumabhoy, Zehra. “Raqib Shaw: Absence of God.” Art Asia Pacific (September/October 2009): 156.Lewis, Ben. “An Orgy of Animal Spirits” (White Cube exhibition review). The Evening Standard, 21 May 2009: 37.“The Power of Ornament Opens at Belvedere's Orangery in Vienna” ArtDaily.org, 21 January 2009.“Raqib Shaw: Absence of God Opens at Kunsthalle Wien” (exhibition review). Artdaily.org, 19 November 2009.Reed, Claire. “Raqib Shaw: Absence of God.” Art and Christianity no. 29, October 2009: 7–8.Rosenberg, Karen. “Starting from Holbein, Then Taking Flight.” The New York Times, 1 January 2009: 31.Rosenthal, Norman. “Raqib Shaw – Conjuror of Magical Worlds.” The Telegraph, 20 May 2009: 4–5.2010Darwent, Charles. “Raqib Shaw in the Scented Garden.” Bric, 23-24 April 2010: 120–124.Herbert, Martin. “Kupferstichkabinett: Between Thought and Action” (White Cube exhibition review). Time Out London, 5 August 2010: illustrated.Loos, Ted. “Eastern Promise.” The Wall Street Journal, 21 October 2010.Shaw, Raqib. “My Eight.” Art Asia Pacific, no. 68 (May/June 2010): 25, illustrated.2008Cornwell, Tim. “Market Frieze? More like slow cooling.” The Scotsman, 17 October 2008: 3.Holmes, Pernilla. Is Art having and Indian Summer?” The Financial Times, 2 August 2008: 6–10.“Power 2008.” Art & Auction (December 2008).Roy, Amit. “Calcutta-born 'upstart' set for Sotheby's rebirth.” The Telegraph – India, 28 April 2008.2007Couslon, Amanda. “Art & Market.” Tema Celeste (January–February 2007).Jhaveri, Amrita. “Where I Work: Raqib Shaw.” Art Asia Pacific, no. 56 (November/December 2007): 180, illustrated.Nair, Uma. “Heavenly work, Earthly delights.” The Economic Times, 27 October 2007.“Raqib Shaw.” Quintessentially Art (Autumn 2007).Smith, P.C. “Looking for Islam” (Museum of Modern Art exhibition review). Artnet.com, 15 March 2006.2006Cotter, Holland. “What Does Islam Look Like?” The New York Times, 26 February 2006.Galloway, David. “Fantastic, Aquatic, Orgiastic.” Art News (September 2006).Hackworth, Nick. “Violence and Beauty Collide.” Evening Standard, 1 December 2006.Herbert, Martin. “Against Nature.” Modern Painters (September 2006).Laster, Paul. “Raqib Shaw in the Garden of Eden.” Art Asia Pacific, no. 47 (Winter 2006): 52–57, illustrated; cover.Lowry, Glenn D. “Gained in Translation.” Art News 105 (March 2006).2005Cotter, Holland. “Art in Review: Raqib Shaw” (Deitch Projects exhibition review). The New York Times, 30 September 2005.Goodbody, Bridget L. “Raqib Shaw” (Deitch Projects exhibition review). Time Out New York, 22–28 September 2005.Lester, Paul. “Raqib Shaw: In the Garden of Eden.” Art Asia Pacific 47 (Winter 2005): 52.2004Colin, Gleadell. “Contemporary Market.” Daily Telegraph, 29 March 2004.Cumming, Laura. “Lost in the Small Print” (Victoria Miro Gallery exhibition review). The Observer, 14 March 2004.Dyer, Richard. “London News.” Contemporary Magazine 60 (2004).Shaw, Raqib. “Raqib Shaw in Conversation.” Interview by Richard Dyer. Wasafiri, no. 42 (Summer 2004): 68–77, illustrated.Exley, Rox. “Raqib Shaw” (Victoria Miro Gallery exhibition review). Flash Art 236 (May–June 2004): 142.Falconer, Morgan. “Pleasure Gardens” (Victoria Miro Gallery exhibition review). What’s On, 18 February 2004: 27, illustrated.Geldard, Rebecca. “Reviews: Raqib Shaw – Victoria Miro” (exhibition review). Time Out London, 3 March 2004, illustrated.Güner, Fisun. “Dazzled by the Sight” (Victoria Miro Gallery exhibition review). Metro London, 20 February 2004: illustrated.Lack, Jessica. “Garden of Earthly Delights.” The Guardian, 1 March 2004.Morgan, Dean Rhys. “Frieze Frame Interviews.” AXM Magazine (October 2004).Poulson, Alex. “Raqib Shaw” (Victoria Miro Gallery exhibition review). Dazed & Confused (2004): 36, illustrated.Preuss, Sebastian. “Märchen für Erwachsene” (Victoria Miro Gallery exhibition review). AD Magazine 47, 3 March 2004: 56–60, illustrated.“Raqib Shaw.” AXM Magazine (March 2004).Simons, Riki. “De nieuwe Jeroen Bosch.” Elsevier 9, 28 February 2004: 74–75, illustrated.Shaw, Raqib. “We Are Animals.” Interview by Massimo Torrigiani. Boiler Magazine, no.4 (2004), illustrated.Williams, Eliza. “Raqib Shaw” (Victoria Miro Gallery exhibition review). Tema Celeste (June 2004): 98, illustrated. Raqib ShawBooks and Catalogues Raqib Shaw Books 2021Raqib Shaw: Reflections Upon the Looking-Glass Rive (exhibition booklet). Text by Raqib Shaw and poem by Robert Louis Stevenson. New York: Pace Publishing, 2021.2019Raqib Shaw: Landscapes (exhibition catalogue). Interview by Arne Glimcher. New York: Pace Gallery, 2019.2018Elliott, Patrick. Raqib Shaw (exhibition catalogue). Edinburgh: National Galleries of Scotland, 2018.2016Raqib Shaw: Self Portraits (exhibition catalogue). Texts by James Hall and Andrea Schlieker. London: White Cube, 2016.2014Eurasia. A View on Painting (exhibition catalogue). Text by Norman Rosenthal. Paris: Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, 2014: 66–67, illustrated.Raqib Shaw: New Sculptures and Paintings (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Carolyn Miner and Caroline Arhuero. Paris: Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, 2015.The 21st-Century Art Book. London and New York: Phaidon Press, 2014: 241, illustrated.2013Raqib Shaw (exhibition catalogue). Text by David Lomas. Manchester and Prague: Manchester Art Gallery; Galerie Rudolfinum, 2013.Raqib Shaw: Paradise Lost (exhibition catalogue). Text by Norman Rosenthal. New York: Pace Gallery, 2013.2012Raqib Shaw: Of Beasts and Super-Beasts (exhibition catalogue). Text by Norman Rosenthal; interview by Jérôme Sans. Paris: Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, 2012.Summer Exhibition Illustrated 2012: Selection from the 244th Summer Exhibition (exhibition catalogue). London: Royal Academy of Arts, 2012.2011Painting Between the Lines (exhibition catalogue). Text by Jens Hoffmann. San Francisco: California College of the Arts, 2011: 31, illustrated.Raqib Shaw: Paradise Lost (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Fereshteh Daftari and David Lomas. London: White Cube, Mason’s Yard, 2011.Schwabsky, Barry. Vitamin P2: New Perspectives in Painting. London: Phaidon, 2011.2010Elliot, David, ed. 17th Biennale of Sydney: The Beauty of Distance, Songs of Survival in a Precarious Age (exhibition catalogue). Australia: Biennale of Sydney, 2010.Kupferstichkabinett: Between Thought and Action (exhibition catalogue). Text by Susan May. London: White Cube, 2010.2009Coruh, Almut Sh. Bruckstein and Hendrik Budde, eds. Taswir: Islamische Bildwelten und Moderne (exhibition catalogue). Berlin: Nikolai, 2009.Flower Power (exhibition catalogue). Italy: Villa Giulia – CRAA Centro Ricerca Arte Attuale, 2009.Raqib Shaw: Absence of God (exhibition catalogue). Text by Homi K. Bhabha. London: White Cube, 2009.2008Holzwarth, Hans Werner ed. Art Now. London: Taschen, 2008.2007Carey-Thomas, Lizzie, Katherine Stout and Rachel Tant eds. Keep on Onnin’: Contemporary Art at the Tate Britain. London: Tate Publishing, 2007.Deitch, Jeffery and Kathy Grayson, eds. Panic Room: Works from The Dakis Joannou Collection (exhibition catalogue). Athens: Deste Foundation, Centre for Contemporary Art, 2007.2006Al-ani, Jananne, ed. Around the World in Eighty Days (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Claire Fitzsimmons, Kit Hammonds, Margaret Heller and Jens Hoffmann. London: Institute of Contemporary Arts, 2006.Mullins, Charlotte, ed. Painting People: Figure Painting Today. New York: Distributed Art Publishers, 2006.The Sixth Gwangju Biennale 2006: Fever Variations (exhibition catalogue). South Korea: Gwangju Biennale Foundation, 2006.Without Boundary: Seventeen Ways of Looking (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Fereshteh Daftari, Homi K. Bhabba and Orhan Pamuk. New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 2006.2005Prague Biennale 2: Expanded Painting (exhibition catalogue). Milan: Giancarlo Politi Editore, 2005.Raqib Shaw: Garden of Earthly Delights (exhibition catalogue). Text by David Rimanelli. New York: Deitch Projects, 2005.2003Eggebert, Anne and Polly Gould, eds. Nature and Nation: Vaster than Empires (exhibition catalogue). United Kingdom: Hastings Museum and Art Gallery, 2003.2000Grosenick, Uta ed. Art Now. New York: Taschen, 2000.