Five Indian Contemporary Artists You Should Add To Your Collection ASAPLuxeva, Nov 8, 2019, Khusboo Sharma. Read moreGet ready to witness works by top 50 artists at the Delhi Contemporary Art Week..Radhika Agarwala’s Every Bit of Earth Is a Bit of You II, is an enigmatic abstract sculpture made of cast bronze and patina, perlite and concrete...Read more7 Works by Women You Must See at the Delhi Contemporary Art Week 2019..Agarwala’s driftwood piece sculpted in bronze is striking for its decaying beauty... Noor Anand Chawla, Sep 2019 Read moreAllegorical and Figurative, Rosalyn D’Mello | 30 Aug, 2019Subversive narratives and ecological imprints at the Delhi Contemporary Art Week Read moreWhat is contemporary?25 August 2019 | Navneet Mendiratta Read more15 Artworks We Loved at the 2019 India Art FairArtisera's top 15 picks from IAF 2019. Read moreVogue Magazine, August 23, 2018Bringing the best of the capital’s modern art under one roof Read moreG/Rove Coverage, Verve Magazine, 2017EXPLORE QUESTIONS OF GEOLOGY AT G/ROVE, by Verve Magazine Read moreG/Rove @ Latitude 28, Collateral event India Art Fair, 2017Part of India Art Fair's - Lado Sarai Nights.Verve India: October 2016Special mention in the India Story coverage, by Verve Magazine Read moreThe India StoryFeatured artist under 'What's Next'Vogue India Sep 2016Never Out of Style, Featured ArtistI never want the journey to end: Radhika AgarwalaTrans World Features (TWF) | 04 Sep 2014 Read moreMapping Detours - Radhika Agarwala's Journey over the years..It is a celebration of encounters - some elaborate, others fleeting.. Read moreInterview with 1883 Magazine, London , 2013This week we made the trip to Kristin Hjellegjerde/ARTECO Gallery for a private view of new works from one on India’s most exciting new artists, Radhika Agarwala. Read moreCASA DELL’ARTE, Istanbul: Art Residency / EVERY BREATH I TAKE IS ONE OF YOURSRead moreEvery Breath I Take Is One of YoursCasa Del Art Residency, Private View: 14 Jun 2013Art Review: Encounter @ ArtEco GalleryBY TABISH KHAN Read moreEncounter - ArtEco Gallery7th Sep - 6th Oct, 2012, Private View - 6:30-9:00PM. ArtEco gallery is delighted to present "Encounter" with Alison Stolwood and Radhika Agarwala.For Two Lovers, Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, LondonKristin Hjellegjerde/ARTECO Gallery is proud to present a solo show of new works by young artist Radhika Agarwala, marking her second exhibition and her first solo exhibition with the gallery. Running from 15 November – 20 December, “The Two Lovers” evokes fantastic vistas that cross the divide between landscape and dreamscape.Hindusthan Times Kolkata 2013Coverage for "Screenshots of Utopia"Saatchi GalleryAuction by Tanya Baxter Gallery, London 2012Screenshots of Utopia, 2013Private view: 19th October 2013The Tomorrow People, 2011Artists of the Future, Now. The Elevator Gallery, London4th Interim Exhibition: Who do you think we are?Artists: Radhika Agarwala, Luna Jung-eun Lee and Soheila Sokhanvari Read moreWho Do You Think We Are? Hanmi Gallery, London2011, Private View 2nd SeptemberOsians: All Creatures Great and SmallFriday 21st November, 2014 : AuctionA certain seductionVisual Arts ,By Rita Datta 25-04-2015 Read moreAll S-He Ever Wanted To Be, Galleria M28 February - 12 March 2015 Curated by Mary GeorgeARTDEAL Auction House, DelhiJanuary 30th , 2015 Pre Independence Modern Masters Contemporary GeniusThe Tube Without Paint, A Fungal Lattice And The Bird That Never Flew AwayPrivate View : 29 September 2015, Jehangir Art Gallery, Kala Ghoda, MumbaiAmerican stage for city theatreBy The Telegraph Online, Published 8.06.14 Read moreReview in Millenium Post, 7 June 201410 artists in search of their roots... Read moreReview in Economic Times, 6 June 2014Mapping Detours - Radhika Agarwala's journey over the years Read moreMapping Detours, Kolkata May-June 2014Private View: 17 May 2014, 6pm onwardsReview in FAD Magazine , London September 6 , 2012The works invest in the spiritual dimensions at the core of vastly different ethics and visual languages between Asian and Western cultures, and make playful gesture towards a complex history and developing interconnection between the two. In her work hybridisation is actual and represented, actual through the conjunction of divergent cultural vantages that exhume the sacred with the secular, the profound with the mundane, and the figurative with the geometric.The Middle Of The Garden Tejas Gallery , KolkataPrivate View : 7 August 2014. 3 artists from Serbia and India re-imagine , recollect and re-appropriate in a tropical forest panorama in Kolkata.Each artist representing their personal ideologies and techniques, the show reveals the absurdity of limitless myths, fantasies and a cultural vocabulary that becomes the point of departure for Radhika Agarwala, Ivana Ivkovic and Viraag Desai.Allegories ArtKonsult Gallery ,DelhiPrivate View : 5 July , 2012Review in Elephant Magazine, London November 6 , 2013For too long now, the contemporary art world has been trying to gain a better understanding of trends in South Asian art and the complex histories that surround them. Yet most approaches to non-Western art continue to be very much situated within the framework of otherness and exoticism. Radhika Agarwala’s paintings and sculptures stand in contrast to these fixities of knowledge, and are unique for taking direction from both her cultural experiences in her native country of India as well as Western cities.