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Bibliography


Monographs, solo exhibition catalogues and artist books

  • Raqib Shaw: Manchester-Prague (Manchester Art Gallery, UK 2013); texts by Maria Balshaw, Pert Nedoma and David Lomas
  • Of Beasts and Super – Beasts (Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris 2012)
  • Luard, Honey (ed.), Raqib Shaw. Paradise Lost (White Cube, London 2011); texts by Fereshteh Daftari and David Lomas
  • Bhabha, Homi K., Raqib Shaw: Absence of God (White Cube, London 2009)
  • David Rimanelli, Raqib Shaw: Garden of Earthly Delights (Deitch Projects, New York 2005)


General Publications and group exhibition catalogues

  • Rosen, Aaron, Art + Religion in the 21st Century (Thames & Hudson, London 2015), p. 41
  • Ehrmann, Thierry, The Contemporary Art Market Report 2015 (artprice.com, Lyon 2015), p. 68
  • Beard, Lee and Rebecca Morrill (eds.), The Twenty-First Century Art Book (Phaidon, London 2014); texts by Jonathan Griffin, Paul Harper, David Trigg and Eliza Williams, p.241
  • Kataoka, Mami and Allison Harding, Phantoms Of Asia: Contemporary Awakens the Past (Asian Art Museum, San Francisco 2012)
  • Zabolotna, Nataliia and David Elliott (eds.), Arsenale 2012: The best of times, the worst of times (The first KYIV International Biennale of Contemporary Art, Mystetskyi, Ukraine 2012)
  • Un reve d’eternite (Fondation Boghossian, Brussels 2012); texts by Werner Adriaenssens, Jean Boghossian, Gisele Croes, Christophe Dosogne, Caroline Esgain, Diane Hennebert, Annie Kevorkian, Frederic Lenoir, Xenia Politou, Amina Taha Hussein-Okada
  • Hoffmann, Jens, Painting between the lines, (CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, 2011); Texts by Jana Blankeship, Claire Fitzsimmons, and Jens Hoffmann
  • Boghossian, Jean (ed.), Un reve d’eternite (Fondation Boghossian, 2011); texts by Frederic Lenoir, Diane Hennebert, Christophe Dosogne, Xenia Politou, Caroline Esgain, Annie Kevorkian, Amina Taha Hussein-Okada, Gysele Croes, Werner Adriaenssens
  • Holzwarth, Hans Werner (ed.), 100 Contemporary Artists (Taschen, Cologne 2009); texts by Cecillia Alemani, Jens Asthoff, Kirsty Bell, Andrew Bonacina, Stephane Correard, Yilmaz Dziewior, Suzanne Hudson, Eva Kernauer, Christy Lange, Holger Lund, Astrid Mania, Rodrigo Moura, Vivian Rehberg, Christiane Rekade, Jean-Michel Ribettes, Brian Scholis, Amy Smith-Stewart, Susanne Titz and Ossian Ward
  • Sansone, Valentina, Prague Biennale 2: Expanded Painting: (Giancarlo Politi Editore, Prague 2005)
  • Grosenick, Uta (ed.), Art Now (Taschen, Cologne 2000)


Newspaper and magazine articles

  • Wong, Ryan, ‘Violence and Seduction Emanate from Opulent Dreamscapes’,Bijutschecho,100 Contemporary Artists of Our Time, Spring 2015, pp.97
  • Forrest, Nicholas, ‘The Deceptive Beauty of Raqib Shaw at Thaddaeus Ropac Paris’, Blouinartinfo.com, 4 June 2015
  • Heinrich, Will, ‘Anselm Kiefer: Morgenthau Plan at Gagosian Gallery’, galleristny.com, 14 May 2013
  • Huston, Carol, ‘Raqib Shaw’, Frieze.com, 22 February 2013
  • Turner, Brook, ‘Paradise Lost centrepiece of Queensland art show’, the Australian Financial Review (afr.com), 6 December 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Raqib Shaw in conversation’, Wasafiri, undated, pp.73-77
  • Osmoeva, Altynai, ‘Raqib Shaw’, 1granary.com, 18 October 2012
  • Daems, Aurelie, ‘Raqib Shaw: demonisch kunstenaar uit de tuin van Eden’, Collect, November 2010, No.8, pp.42-47
  • ‘Raqib Shaw: Absence of God at Kunsthalle Wien’, Artdaily.org, 19 November 2009
  • Jumabhoy, Zehra, ‘Raqub Shaw: Absence of God’, Art Asia Pacific, September - October 2009, p.156
  • Duffell, Rachel, ‘The Power of Influence’, Kee Magazine, September 2010, pp.12-16
  • Reed, Claire, ‘Raqib Shaw: Absence of God,’ Art and Christianity 59, Autumn, 2009, pp.7-8
  • Doshi, Avni, ‘A walk on the wild side,’ Art India, Quarter II, 2009, pp.78-79
  • ‘Critics’ choice: galleries’, Time Out, 2-8 July 2009, p.50
  • Güner, Fisun, ‘Art Review: Raqib Shaw: Absence of God’, Metro, 26 May 2009, p.29
  • ‘Critics’ choice: galleries’, Time Out, 21-27 May 2009, p.56
  • Lewis, Ben, ‘An Orgy of Animal Spirits’, The Evening Standard, 21 May 2009, p.37
  • Rosenthal, Norman, ‘The world’s most magical artist’, The Daily Telegraph, 16 May 2009, pp.4-5
  • ‘Critics’ choice: galleries’, Time Out, 14-20 May 2009, pp.43-46
  • Ward, Ossian, ‘In the Studio: Raqib Shaw’, Time Out, 14-20 May 2009, pp.43-46
  • Malhotra, Priya, ‘A panorama of transience,’ Asian Art News, May - June 2009, pp.56-59
  • Rosenberg, Karen, ‘Starting from Holbein, then taking flight’, The New York Times, 2 January 2009, p.31
  • ‘Power 2008’, Art & Auction, December 2008, pp.116-137
  • Raqib Shaw, Quintessentially Art, Autumn 2007
  • Cornwell, Tim, ‘Market Frieze? More like slow cooling’, The Scotsman, 17 October 2008, p.3
  • Holmes, Pernilla, ‘Is art having an Indian summer?’, The Financial Times (How to Spend it), 2 August 2008, pp.6-10
  • Coulson, Amanda, ‘Art and market’, Tema Celeste, January - February 2007
  • Laster, Paul, ‘In the Garden of Eden’, Art Asia Pacific, No.47, Winter 2006
  • Herbert, Martin, ‘Against nature’, Modern Painters, September 2006
  • Galloway, David, ‘Fantastic, aquatic, orgiastic’, ARTnews, September 2006
  • Lowry, Glenn D., ‘Gained in Translation’, ARTnews, Vol.105, No.3, March 2006
  • Cotter, Holland, ‘What does Islam look like?’, The New York Times , 26 February 2006
  • Bridget L. Goodbody, Raqib Shaw, Time Out New York, 22-28 September 2005
  • Holland Cotter, Raqib Shaw, The New York Times, Friday 30th September 2005
  • Dyer, Richard, ‘Raqib Shaw in conversation’, Wasafiri, No.42, Summer 2005
  • Morgan , Dean Rhys, ‘Freize frame interviews’, AXM Magazine, October 2004
  • Williams, Eliza, ‘Raqib Shaw’, Tema Celeste, June 2004
  • Exley, Rox, ‘Raqib Shaw’, Flash Art, No.236, May – June 2004
  • Gleadell, Colin, ‘Contemporary market’, The Daily Telegraph, 29 March 2004
  • Cumming, Laura, ‘Lost in the small print’, The Observer (Review), 14 March 2004
  • Geland, Rebecca, ‘Review: Raqib Shaw at Victoria Miro Gallery’, Time Out, 3 March 2004
  • Lack, Jessica, ‘Garden Of Earthly Delights’, The Guardian, 1 March 2004
  • Raqib Shaw, AXM Magazine, March 2004
  • Preuss, Sebastian, AD Magazine, No.47, March 2004
  • Simons, Riki, Elsevier, No.9, 28 February 2004
  • Torrigiani, Massimo, ‘We are animals’, Boiler Magazine, No.4, 2004
  • Fisun Güner, ‘Dazzled by the sight’, Metro, 20 February 2004
  • Falconer, Morgan, ‘Pleasure Gardens’, What’s On, 18 February 2004
  • Dyer, Richard, ‘London news’, Contemporary Magazine, No.60, 2004
  • Poulson, Alex, Raqib Shaw, Dazed + Confused, 2004