Sreshta Rit Premnath: Grave/Grove, review by Elizabeth Rooklidge, CAA Reviews


Sreshta Rit Premnath on finding hope at the margins, interview by Murtaza Vali, Artforum

Sreshta Rit Premnath’s Meditations on Makeshift Sites, review by Jackson Davidow, Frieze

Sreshta Rit Premnath, review by by Suzanne Volmer, Sculpture Magazine

Being, Becoming, Belonging review by Pia Singh, Art India


At MIT List, a sculptor finds resilience in inhospitable places, Pamela Reynolds, WBUR Boston

The marginalization of weeds, Victoria Dzieciol, The Tech, Cambridge

Twelve Shows to Know About That Open This October, Art in America

5 Art Gallery Shows to See Right Now, Aruna D’Souza, New York Times

A Subtle Metaphor for Dubai: ‘The Distance from Here’, Rahel Aima, Art Review

Zone of Nonbeing, Alpesh Kantilal Patel, catalog essay for The Protest and the Recuperation, Wallach Art Gallery

Art and Efficacy, Sreshta Rit Premnath, catalog essay for The Protest and the Recuperation, Wallach Art Gallery


Flopping, Slumping Figures Suggest Migrants Caught Between World, Kevin Griffin, Vancouver Sun

Contingent Encounter, Interview by Sohrab Mohebbi, BOMB Magazine

Must I be a POC, Race and Class in the Age of Trump Edited by Avram Alpert, ASAP/J


The Chronotopography of Mountains, Anywhere and Elsewhere, Edited by Simone Douglas and Sean Lowry


Sreshta Rit Premnath on Identity and Space, alphasixty review by Emily Nimptsch


Critique as Unlearning, Eflux Conversations

A Crisis of Context, 2016 Queens International Catalog, Queens Museum

Art Dubai: happiness and human rights, Financial Times review by Rachel Spence

Art Dubai’s 10th Edition Represents Art’s Underreported Voices by Grace Banks, Forbes

Interview with Artists of Art Dubai Commissions 2016, Art Asia Pacific interview by Anabelle de Gersigny

Nominal Real(i)ty, Silicone Plateau, Tara Kelton and Maria Laura Ghidini Eds.

The Morning After, M/E/A/N/I/N/G: The Final Issue, Mira Schor and Susan Bee Eds.


After Midnight, New York Times Review by Holland Cotter

After Midnight, Wall Street Journal Review by Michael Fitzgerald


Sreshta Rit Premnath, Artforum Critic’s Pick by Murtaza Vali

The Capricious Sky, Collaboration with Liz Park for ICA Philadelphia

Art After The End Of Philosophy Part II: Sreshta Rit Premnath’s Storey’s End, by Abbra Kotlarczyk for Carets and Sticks

Public Space: A Generative Conflict, by Kristine Jærn Pilgaard in Common Spaces published by The Whitney Museum of American Art

Common Spaces, New York Times review by Holland Cotter

The “Plot” thickens at The Bindery Projects, KnightBlog review by Susannah Schouweiler


Straying Around, Time Out Bengaluru by Akhila Seetharaman


Sreshta Rit Premnath and Matthew Metzger, Artforum Critic’s Pick by Julia Langbein

New Currents, Art Asia Pacific, April 2012

Sreshta Rit Premnath, by Georgina Maddox, The Matter Within: New Contemporary Art from India Catalog


Sreshta Rit Premnath at Galerie Nordenhake, Contemporary Art Daily, Dec 2011

Sreshta Rit Premnath, Platform Magazine

5 Questions for Contemporary Practice with Sreshta Rit Premnath, Art 21 interview by Thom Donovan

La ‘Ricerca’ di Sreshta Rit Premnath, Exibart


The Lion’s Share, Art India review by Marta Jakimowicz

Beast a Man Can Get, Time Out Bangaluru preview by Jaideep Sen

Aspect Blindness: Arnold Kemp and Sreshta Rit Premnath, Art 21 article by by Thom Donovan

Between Forgetting and Remembering, Muse review by by Koon Yee-wan

Spectral Evidence, Artforum.com Critic’s Pick by Doretta Lau

Spectral Narrative in Hong Kong, Art Slant review byby Robin Peckham


Younger Than Jesus: Artist Directory, The New Museum

Once in a Blue Moon, Art India review by Zehra Jumabhoy

Back, Forth and Round About, Evil Monito review by David Rothenberg.

To Err is Perfect, Artlurker review by David Rohn

Contemporary Art From India: Subcontinental Subconscious, Canadian Art


Black Box Flash Art review by Heidi Fichtner

Collapse of Certainty, The Deccan Herald review by Marta Jakimovicz


Spectral Evidence, The New York Times review by Holland Cotter

Spectral Evidence, Artforum Critic’s Pick by Lori Cole

Shifter Magazine, International Exchange for Poetic Invention review by Linh Dinh

The Museum of Contextual Amputations, Broken Pencil review