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Rina Banerjee
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Rina Banerjee, née en 1963 à Calcutta en Inde, est une artiste plasticienne contemporaine. Elle vit et travaille à New York.

Expositions personnelles[modifier | modifier le code]

  • 2011 : Musée Guimet, Paris.
  • 2010 :
  • 2009 :
  • 2008 : Art Unlimited, Galerie Obadia, Paris, Art Basel 39, Basel, Switzerland
  • 2007 :
    • The Wilderness Within, Galerie Volker Diehl, Berlin
    • Tokyo Wonder Site, curated by Kayoko Lemura, Shibuya-Tokyo
    • Shcontemporary, solo show Galerie Nathalie Obadia, Shanghai, China
    • Foreign Fruit, Galerie Nathalie Obadia, Paris
  • 2006 :
    • Silver pearl girls and Gardens, VOLTA show 02, NP Gallery, Basel
    • Fantasies Without Travel Will Travel, AMT Gallery, Como, Italy
  • 2002 : Phantasmal Pharmacopeia, curated by Suzette Min, Painted Bride Art center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
  • 2001 :
    • Phantasmal Pharmacopeia, Debs & Co. ;New York, USA
    • Antenna, Bose Pacia Modern, New York, USA
  • 2010 :
    • San Jose museum of art, San Jose, California
    • Finding India, Moca, Taipei, Taiwan
    • Devi Foundation, Delhi, Inde
    • Roundabout, City gallery Wellington, New Zealand
    • Bring me a Lion, Hunt Gallery, Webster University, St. Louis, MO, USA
    • Fantasmagoria, le monde mythique, Les Abattoirs, Toulouse, France
    • The road of marvels, path of elegance, Boghossian Foundation, Villa Empain, Brussels, Belgium
  • 2009 :
    • Marvellous reality, oganized by Gallery Espace, at Lalit Kala Academi, Rabindra Bhawan, New Delhi
    • Rina Banerjee & Raquid Shaw, Thomas Gibson Ltd., London UK
    • Anomalies, Rossi & Rossi gallery, London, Commissaire Jaishri Abindanchi
    • Wonderland-Through the looking glass, Kade, Amersfoot, Nederland
    • Mythologies, Haunch & Venison, London, England
  • 2008  :
    • Pretty is as pretty does, by Laura Heon, Site Sante Fe, New Mexico, USA
    • Dyed Roots: the new emergence of culture, curated by Camilla Singh, Mocca Toronto, (Museum of contemporary Canadian Art).
    • Les Fleurs du Mal, (The flowers of evil still bloom), Cueto Project, New York
    • Distant Nearmess, The Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, curated by Bruce Hartman, Overland Park, Kansas City, USA.
    • Gallery Bodhi Art, Mumbai, War is everywhere, Inde, curated by Shaheen Merali.
    • Indian Focus, Espace Claude Berri, Paris.
    • Smithsonian Museum, Sackler Museum of Asian Art, Washington, USA
    • Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, Overland Park, Kansas city, with Rina Banerjee, Barti Kher and Subhod Gupta,
    • Dessins de la Collection Florence et Daniel Guerlain, services culturels, Ambassade de France, New York, USA
    • Exploding the Lotus, Co-curated by Jaishri Abichandani and Jane Hart, Art and Culture Center for Hollywood, USA.
  • 2007 :
    • An Archeology, The Anita Zabludowicz Art Collection, London
    • I fear I believe, Gallery Espace, New Delhi
  • 2006 :
    • Frieze Art fair 2006, Galerie Nathalie Obadia, London
    • Berlin Art Forum 2006, Galerie Volker Diehl, Berlin
    • Sheboygan, John Micheal Kohler Arts Center, Wisconsin, USA
    • Tsumari-Echigo Exhibition 3rd Triennial, Japan, curated by Fram Kitawaga
  • 2005  :
    • Black Moon Island, One in the Other - Contemporary International Drawing, London, UK
    • Agra, Peabody Essex Museum, curated by Karina Corrigan, w/catalog,Salem, Massachusetts, USA
    • Looking in the Eye of the Beholder, Rotunda Gallery, curated by Janine Cirincione, Brooklyn, NY
    • Greater New York Show, PS1/Moma, curated by Klaus Biesenbach and staff, w/catalog (essay by Sarah Keesler), Queens, New York
    • Fatal Love: Exhibition of South Asian Contemporary Art Now, Queens Museum of Art, curated by Peranna Reddy and Jaishri Achandani, Queens, New York
    • Suspended Ornament, Suite 106 Gallery, New York, USA
    • Smack-Mellon, Sunset/Sunrise, curated by Courtney Martin and Amanda Church, w/catalog, Smack-Mellon Contemporary Art, Brooklyn, New York
    • Space, Brooklyn, New York
  • 2004  :
    • Open House, Brooklyn Museum of Art, curated by Charlotta Kotic, w/catalog, Brooklyn, New York
    • Specificity, Riva Gallery, curated by Donald Odita, w/catalog, New York, New York
    • K48 Klubhouse, Deitch Projects, Brooklyn, NY
    • Yankee Remix, Artists Take on New England Massachusetts, Museum of Modern Art, curated by Laura Heon, North Adams, Massachusetts
    • ARCO, curated by Omar Chahoud Lopez, w/catalog, Madrid
    • 5 x 5 Contemporary Art on Contemporary Artists, curated by Shamim Momin, w/catalog, Whitney Museum of American Art, Phillip Morris Space,New York
  • 2000 :
    • Whitney Museum of American Art, Whitney Biennial 2000, w/catalog, New York
    • Au Weidersien, Admit One Gallery, Chelsea, New York
    • Exoticism was for sale, Prokect room, Debs and Company
    • Good Business is the Best Art, Bronx Museum, curated by Lydia Yee and Marisol Nieves, Bronx, New York
  • 1999 : R.A.W. Bodies of Resistance, curated by Barbara Hunt w/catalog, Hartford, Connecticut
  • 1997 : A.I.M. (Artists in the Market Place), Bronx Museum, curated by Marisol Nieves and Lydia Yee, Bronx, New York

Articles de presse[modifier | modifier le code]

  • Beaux Arts Magazine, “La FIAC, Nos coups de cœur“, Isabelle de Wavrin & Laurène Flinois, 11/2010.
  • Arts Libre, “Une panoplie de Belges à ArtBasel“, Claude Lorent, 11/06/2010.
  • Haunch Of Venison, “Rina Banerjee, Forever-Foreign“, 09/04-15/05/2010
  • Arts Libre, “Sept galeries belges à New York“, Claude Lorent, 5-11/03/2010.
  • Art India, “Space Shifters“,03/2010,Volume XIV, Issue IV
  • Armory publicity – Artslant new york, « Rina Banerjee »

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