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Rajkamal Kahlon

1974 in Auburn, CA, gebohren, lebt heute in Berlin
Villa Romana-Preisträgerin 2019



Biografie

2001
Whitney Independent Study Program

1999
MFA, California College of Arts

1998
Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture

1996
BA, University of California, Davis


Preise und Stipendien

2017
Stipendiatin der Hans und Charlotte Krull Stiftung

2016
Weltmuseum Wien, AIR

2016
Melon Visiting Artist, Newhouse Center for Humanities, Wellesley College

2012
ACLU, National Security Project, AIR

2012
Pollock Krasner Foundation-Preis

2012
Stipendiatin der Stiftung Kunstfonds

2012
Stipendiatin des Goethe Institut

2007
Lambent Fellowship

2006
Joan Mitchell Preis für Malerei und Skulptur


70-teilige Wandinstallation mit modifizierten und freistehenden Buchseiten und Buchcover eines deutschen Anthropologiebuchs von 1902: Die Völker der Erde

Untitled Portrait (Goldpunkte), 2017, 100x75 cm, Gouache und Acryltinte auf digitalem Archivdruck


Einzelausstellungen

2017
Staying With Trouble, Weltmuseum Wien, Wien

2016
Blowback, OKK, Organ Kritischer Kunst, Berlin

2013
Blowback, Gallery Nature Morte, Berlin

2012
Double Vision /Doppelbilder, Rudolph Scharpf Gallery, Wilhelm Hack Museum, Ludwigshafen

2009
Did You Kiss the Dead Body, Catalyst Project Room, Berlin

2005
Unbound, P.P.O.W., New York

2004
Imports /Exports, Ratio 3, San Francisco


Gruppenausstellungen (Auswahl)

2017
Reframing Worlds: Mobility and Gender in a Postcolonial and Feminist Perspective,
nGbk, Galerie im Körnerpark, Berlin
Precarious Art, Artificial Boundaries, Alphanova /Galerie Futura, Berlin

2016
Fevered Specters of Art, Edith-Russ-Haus für Medienkunst, Oldenburg
Undisciplinary Learning: The Aesthetics of Resistance, District, Berlin
Your Country Doesn´t Exist, Gallery Otok, Art Workshop Lazareti, Dubrovnik, HR
Your Country Doesn´t Exist, Multimedia Center, Split, HR
Your Country Doesn´t Exist, Museum of Contemporary Art, Rijeka, HR
In the Power of Your Care, 8th Floor Gallery, Donald and Shelley Rubenstein Foundation, New York

2015
So You Want to See, e-flux, New York
Let the Two Seas Meet, Museum of Modern Art, Warschau

2014
The Theory of Color, Museo Universitario Arte Contemporaneo, Mexico City, MX
Ten thousand wiles and a hundred thousand tricks, Meeting Points 7, V-A-C Foundation, Moskau
Ten thousand wiles and a hundred thousand tricks, Meeting Points 7, 21er Haus, Wien
Golden Estates, Meeting Points 7, Parasite, Hong Kong, CN
Ten thousand wiles and a hundred thousand tricks, Meeting Points 7, Beirut Art Center, Beirut
Ten thousand wiles and a hundred thousand tricks, Meeting Points 7, CIC, Kairo
Fragile Hands, University of Applied Arts, Wien

2013
Ten thousand wiles and a hundred thousand tricks, Meeting Points 7, MHKA, Antwerpen, BG
Ten thousand wiles and a hundred thousand tricks, Meeting Points 7, Gallery Nova, Zagreb, HR
When Violence Becomes Decadent, ACC Galerie, Weimar

2012
Taipei Biennial: Modern Monsters/Death and Life of Fiction, Taipei Fine Art Museum
Taiwan Labor Berlin 12: Drifting, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin
The Subjective Object, Grassi Museum Für Volkerkunde, Leipzig

2011
India is Now, Kunstverein Göttingen
Making Mirrors, nGbk, Berlin
Aesthetic Justice, Lambent Foundation, New York