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Raghubir Singh

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2015

Raghubir Singh, <i>Goa</i>, 1996 © Succession Raghubir Singh

Raghubir Singh, Goa, 1996 © Succession Raghubir Singh

"Watch out" for Raghubir Singh on the Indian Art market - Livemint

sepiaEYE photographer Raghubir Singh is mentioned by Amin Jaffer, Director of Asian Art as Christie’s, as one of the artists to “be watched out for” in regards to the growing market for Indian artwork, namely photography. Read the article here.


2014

Raghubir Singh, <i>Pedestrians, Firozabad, Uttar Pradesh,</i> 1992 © Succession Raghubir Singh

Raghubir Singh, Pedestrians, Firozabad, Uttar Pradesh, 1992 © Succession Raghubir Singh

Raghubir Singh at the Freer | Sackler

Featuring more than 100 works created over the past five centuries, The Traveler’s Eye: Scenes of Asia provides glimpses of travels across the Asian continent, from trade voyages to tourist trips.

The exhibition moves through a provocative series of themes, ranging from Edo-period views of Japan’s famed Tōkaidō Road to Raghubir Singh’s photographic essay on the ubiquitous Ambassador car in India. All of the works shed light on particular cultural histories of travel throughout Asia.

The Traveler’s Eye: Scenes of Asia
22 November 2014 – 31 May 2015
Freer | Sackler


2013

<i>Pilgrim & Ambassador Car, Kumbh Mela, Prayag, Uttar Pradesh</i>, 1977 © Succession Raghubir Singh

Pilgrim & Ambassador Car, Kumbh Mela, Prayag, Uttar Pradesh, 1977 © Succession Raghubir Singh

Raghubir Singh at the Barbican, London in Everything Was Moving

In this major photographic survey, Everything Was Moving: Photography from the 60s and 70s, features over 400 works from around the world documenting “two of the most memorable decades of the 20th century.” Works by Raghubir Singh are displayed alongside works by Bruce Davidson, William Eggleston, David Goldblatt, Graciela Iturbide, Boris Mikhailov, Sigmar Polke, Malick Sidibé, Shomei Tomatsu, and Li Zhensheng.

13 September 2012 – 13 January 2013
Everything Was Moving: Photography from the 60-70’s
Barbican Centre
London


2012

Raghubir Singh, <i>Pedestrians, Kemp's Corner, Mumbai, Maharashtra</i>, 1989 © Succession Raghubir Singh

Raghubir Singh, Pedestrians, Kemp's Corner, Mumbai, Maharashtra, 1989 © Succession Raghubir Singh

Raghubir Singh and Vivan Sundaram in Tenth Parallel North

The work of sepia EYE artists’ Raghubir Singh and Vivan Sundaram are included in the exhibition, “Tenth Parallel North: Contemporary Photography from India and South America” at the Fondazione Fotografia in Modena curated by Director, Filippo Maggia.

Exhibition Catalogue


2010

Pamela Singh, <i>Self Portrait</i>, 1997

Pamela Singh, Self Portrait, 1997

Where Three Dreams Cross: 150 Years of Photography from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh

Artist Sunil Gupta and curator of Where Three Dreams Cross, will be presenting at the 2-day symposium being held at the opening of the exhibition at its new venue, the Fotomuseum Winterthur in Switzerland. Other lectures include Dayanita Singh, Sabeena Gadihoke, and Aveek Sen.

Symposium: June 12-13, Exhibition: June 12–August 22, 2010

Fotomuseum Winterthur, Switzerland


Raghubir Singh, <i>Boy at Bus Stop</i>, New Delhi, 1982, © Succession Raghubir Singh

Raghubir Singh, Boy at Bus Stop, New Delhi, 1982, © Succession Raghubir Singh

Where Three Dreams Cross: 150 Years of Photography from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh

We are pleased to announce the inclusion of many sepia EYE artists in a monumental, historical survey exhibition opening at the Whitechapel Gallery. Sunil Gupta, curator of the exhibition has selected works by Raghubir Singh, Ketaki Sheth, Pamela Singh and Vivan Sundaram amongst over 400 photographs from major private and public collections.

January 21 – April 11, 2010

Whitechapel Gallery, London
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