2016-2018: MFA, Shiv Nadar University, Uttar Pradesh.
2012-2016: BFA, College of Art, New Delhi.
2012: Matriculation, Sardar Patel Vidyalaya, New Delhi.
Notes for Tomorrow, Shrine Empire, New Delhi.
ART Mumbai 2023, Mumbai
India Art Fair, Shrine Empire Gallery at booth B8, NSIC grounds, New Delhi.
Mumbai Gallery Weekend x Young Collector’s Weekend, IFBE, Colaba, Mumbai.
‘Legal Alien’ curated by Meera Menezes, DCAW 2022, Bikaner House, New Delhi.
Delhi Contemporary Art Week (DCAW), Bikaner House, New Delhi.
‘Simulacrum’ curated by Arushi Vats, Anant Art Gallery, Bikaner House, New Delhi.
(Online) Posthuman Terrains + Xennoverse curated by Sepideh Majidi – Foreign Objekt + Posthuman Art Network.
‘Hum Sab Sahmat’ organized by Sahmat at Jawahar Bhavan, New Delhi.
India Art Fair with Shrine Empire Gallery, NSIC Grounds, Okhla, New Delhi.
‘Yuva Sumbhava’ organized by The Raza Foundation and curated by Meera Menezes (North Zone), at Bikaner House, New Delhi.
Film and Videopoetry Symposium: Selected entry of ‘Daydream in Two’ (2021), South Pasadena, USA.
Maximum Minimum, Artissima International Fair of Contemporary Art Turin, Italy.
Limitrophy, Foreign Objekt (Online).
Delhi Contemporary Art Week (DCAW) at Bikaner House, New Delhi.
Katyayni Gargi and Divya Singh at Shrine Empire, New Delhi supported by Saffron Art.
Memories Unlocked: Partition, Migration, Identities, supported by Art Alive Gallery, New Delhi.
New Delhi for Partition Museum, Amritsar.
‘The Constitution of India at 70 – Artists Respond’ organized by Sahmat, at Jawahar Bhavan, New Delhi.
‘Donde Lo Oscuro Sangra Hacia La Luz’ / ‘Where the Dark Bleeds Towards the Light’ with Isla Colectivo, Bogotá, Colombia.
‘Art Now 2019’ Annual show by Art Alive Gallery held at Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi.
‘Phantom Limb’ organised by The Raza Foundation at Shridharani Gallery, Triveni Kala Sangam, New Delhi.
‘What is Contemporary’, Art Alive Gallery, New Delhi.
‘Between The Lines’ (part of a drawing workshop held by Prameya Art Foundation/PRAF), Shrine Empire, New Delhi.
MFA Final show / Graduation exhibition at Kiran Nadar Museum of Art (KNMA) Noida, Uttar Pradesh.
Workshops and Seminars
Foreign Objekt , Posthuman Studies Lab: “The Art of Posthuman Existence- Interactive Workshop”and exhibition (Limitrophy, 2021) with Francesca Ferrando.
Ashkal Alwan: In defense of digressions – A workshop+seminar on secondhand cinema practices by Carine Doumit and Nour Ouayda.
PRAF Participatory: Feminine Matrixial Perspective in Art – workshop+seminar with Bracha L. Ettinger curated by Anushka Rajendran.
PRAF: Between the Lines – Drawing workshop curated by Anushka Rajendran at Shrine Empire Gallery facilitated by Bhagwati Prasad.
Grants, Awards and Residencies
2022 ‘Young Artist of the Year’ Award, India Art Awards, Hello! Magazine, India.
2022 (Online) Foreign Objekt Posthuman Lab: artist Research Resident / Posthuman Art Network.
2022: Residency: Posthuman Terrains + Xennoverse organized and curated by Sepideh Majidi – Foreign Objekt + Posthuman Art Network.
2021 Space 118 Fine Art Grant, India.
2021 Posthuman Research Artist Residency / Limitrophy curated by Sepideh Majidi (Foreign Objekt).
February 9, 2023
Prameya art Foundation: “Bracha L. Ettinger: Feminine Matrixial Perspective in Art”.
July 12, 2022
Phloème –Collaborative Project/Poetry Book- (Paintings) “Je suis la maison des étoiles” Collaborators: Savita and Medha Singh (Poets) | Divya Singh (Paintings) |Delia Morris (Translator) | Lara Dopf and Yves Ouallet (Publishers / Phloème).
September 2, 2021
The Space Gallery – Essay – “Tachyon”.
July 1, 2021
Montreal Serai – Just Art – Essay – “Tell Mother, I’m Home”.
January 22, 2021
Essay for Solo exhibition – “Notes for Tomorrow”.
January 30, 2020
Book – “The Constitution of India at 70” published by Safdar Hashmi Memorial Trust (SAHMAT) with articles written by Sanjay Hegde, Naman Ahuja, Aban Raza, Arushi Vats.
November 17, 2019
Phantom Limb – Booklet – written by Meera Menezes published by The Raza Foundation.
December 25, 2022
The Week- “40 under 40” by Sneha Bhura and Anjuly Mathai.
October 30, 2022
GQ India-“10 Contemporary artists you should know about right now” by Saumya Vohra.
April 20, 2022
The Hindu- “Jaya Asokan’s inclusive roadmap for India Art Fair 2022” by Georgina Maddox.
January 3, 2022
Mint Lounge – “Young artists to watch out for in 2022” by Rahul Kumar.
November 3, 2021
Artnet – “Artissima, Italy’s Leading Contemporary Art Fair, Returns With an Unexpected Focus: India” by Artnet Gallery Network.
November 2, 2021
TAKE on Art Magazine covers ‘Hub India’ – Exhibition of Indian Art at Artissima International Fair of Contemporary Art, Torino” (TakePicks).
October 30, 2021
The Hindu – “A major Art show will take 65 Indian artists to Italy this November” by Georgina Maddox.
October 28, 2021
The Pioneer – “Rising Art Attacks” by Shikha Duggal.
April 8, 2021
Architectural Digest India – “AD’s guide to the Delhi Contemporary Art Week 2021 at Bikaner House’ by Shaikh Ayaz.
March 3, 2021
Critical Collective – “(ME)(MORY)” by Meera Menezes.
February 10, 2021
The New Indian Express – “The Paintings lead the way: Divya Singh on Debut Exhibition” by Bhumika Popli.
January 29, 2021
The Citizen – “Galleries in a Pandemic: Exhibitions open to the public” by Sarah Ahmad.
January 19, 2021
India Art Fair – “Notes For Tomorrow: Divya Singh”
January 18, 2021
Vogue India – “25 Must Visit Art exhibits in and around India…” by Mihir Thakkar, Dhvani Gudka.
January 17, 2021
ARTSEEKING – “Notes For Tomorrow | Divya Singh”
September 16, 2020
ART India Magazine – “Katyayni Gargi and Divya Singh in partnership with SAFFRON ART at Shrine Empire Gallery”.
August 14, 2020
Arts Illustrated – “At the stroke of Midnight” by Team AI.
December 13, 2019
The Hindu – “Confluence of Ideas” by Anuradha Vellat.
November 26, 2019
The Patriot – “Taste of Trauma” by Proma Chakraborty.
November 24, 2019
Mint Lounge – “ Landscape of Loss” by Avantika Bhuyan.
September 1, 2019
ArtCultureFestival – “What is Contemporary?” by Ekatmata Sharma
August 27, 2019
The New Indian Express – “ These three artists question and explore the idea of ‘contemporary’” by Ayesha Singh.
August 27, 2019
The Hindu – “ What is Contemporary Art?…” by Vangmayi Parakala.
November 14, 2015
Radio Program / Talk, on FM Rainbow (102.6 MHz) – Interview with an artist: Divya Singh.
Divya Singh is a visual artist from New Delhi, India, born in 1995. Her work is predominantly based in painting, and it tackles themes such as isolation, experience, memory, and mortality, all of which stem from a poetic engagement with Time. As a practitioner, Divya continues to experiment with new mediums like photography, writing, cinema, and painting, which have become key categories of both work and interest. These diverse aspects come together inside her work, most notably in the artist books she creates, as well as in found imagery that complements the paintings and other media during exhibitions.
Singh had her first Solo in 2021 with Shrine Empire Gallery (Notes for Tomorrow) and has participated in many group shows and art fairs, nationally and internationally including Artissima International Fair of Contemporary Art, Turin, Italy (2021) Delhi Contemporary Art Week at Bikaner House, New Delhi (2021,22, 23) India Art Fair, New Delhi (2022-23), ART Mumbai 2023, Mumbai and ‘Limitrophy’ by Foreign Objekt+Posthuman Art Network(2021). She is a recipient of the Space 118 Fine Art Grant (2021) and was awarded the “Young Artist of the Year Award‟ (2022) as part of the first edition of HELLO! India Magazine‟s ‘India Art Awards’. Singh was a resident with Foreign Objekt’s (Online) Posthuman Lab (Artist Research Residents 2022) Her Projects engage with matters concerning Decolonial Imagination, The Matrixial, Ethics and Spirituality. Two of her Posthuman Visual Art Projects as part of her artistic research are: Tachyon (2021) and Terminarch/Ender (2022-Ongoing) available for viewing on the Posthuman Art Network website and platforms.