Rajesh Punj | Shumon Ahmed, Catalogue Essay, What I have Forgotten Could Fill an Ocean, What is not Real Never Lived
Rajesh Punj is a London based freelance art critic, curator, and collector of contemporary works of art. With an academic background in European and American art history and curating from Oxford Brookes, Warwick University and Goldsmiths College respectively; and a specialist interest in the emerging markets. India, China, Pakistan, Bangladesh and the Middle East. As an art correspondent and critic he is regularly commissioned by international publications and gallerists, including Saatchi Gallery (London), Flash Art International (Milan), Sculpture (Washington DC), al art magazine (Antwerp), Harper’s Bazaar Art, (Dubai), Art Paper and Selections (Beirut), ARC (Saint Vincent and the Grenadines), Elephant (London), Art Zip (Beijing, London), and Asian Art newspaper (London), among others.
Rajesh, Rajesh Punj, Copy writer, Art, Art Critic, Correspondent, curator, London
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Shumon Ahmed, Catalogue Essay, What I have Forgotten Could Fill an Ocean, What is not Real Never Lived

Shumon Ahmed, Catalogue Essay, What I have Forgotten Could Fill an Ocean, What is not Real Never Lived