Raqib Shaw

  • Raqib Shaw, ‘Reinventing the Old Masters’
    May 19, 2018 - October 28, 2018

    Raqib Shaw, ‘Reinventing the Old Masters’ at the National Galleries Scotland opens tonight from 6-8pm. The private view follows a conversation taking place between 4 and 5pm between Patrick Elliott, Chief Curator at the Gallery of Modern Art, Raqib Shaw and Sir Norman Rosenthal, former Exhibitions Secretary at the Royal Academy, London.

    Eight works by Raqib Shaw will be on view, alongside two Old Master paintings which have long obsessed him: Joseph Noel Paton’s The Quarrel of Oberon and Titania, 1849 and Lucas Cranach’s An Allegory of Melancholy, 1528. The works include 'Kashmir Danae (After Gossaert)', 2017 on loan from Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac and pictured here.

    This is the first-time Shaw’s work has been exhibited in Scotland. The exhibition runs from 19 May - 28 October 2018.

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  • Book Launch
    July 11, 2015 - July 11, 2015
    Paris Marais

    Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac invites you to celebrate the launch of Raqib Shaw’s most recent publication to coincide with his current exhibition. Please join us for ice cream and drinks this Saturday, 11 July 2015, from 5pm to 7pm at 7 rue Debelleyme, 75003 Paris.
    For further information about Raqib Shaw and the exhibition "New Sculptures and Paintings" please visit:

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    June 6, 2013 - September 15, 2013

    Galerie Rudolfinum hosts Raqib Shaw's first major exhibition in the Czech Republic, curated by Petr Nedoma. Works from previous years, which form the pinnacle of his work thus far, have been chosen for the Prague exhibition. The exhibition was prepared in cooperation with the Manchester Art Gallery.

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  • Raqib Shaw
    February 15, 2013 - May 26, 2013
    Manchester Art Gallery
    Manchester, England

    This is Raqib Shaw's largest museum solo exhibition to date at the Manchester Art Gallery, featuring 28 recent (and many previously unseen) works. From large scale paintings and sculptures to works on paper, the works are being drawn together from private collections around the world.


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