Roobina Karode has been the Director and Chief Curator of the Kiran Nadar Museum of Art, New Delhi since its opening in 2010.
Karode has had a twenty-five year career in the arts as a writer, curator and educator and has curated exhibitions both within India and internationally. Selected exhibitions include Nasreen Mohamedi: a view to infinity, 2013 and Is it what you think? Ruminations on Time, Memory and Site, 2014 at KNMA, Nasreen Mohamedi: waiting is a part of intense living, 2015 at the Reina Sofia Museum in Spain, Nalini Malaini’s three part retrospective You can’t put acid in a paperbag in 2014, Himmat Shah: Hammer on the Square, 2016 and Jeram Patel : The Dark Loam, between memory and membrane, 2016 at KNMA. She co-curated NASREEN MOHAMEDI at the MET Breuer, New York in 2016.
When Bodies Leak | On Sohrab Hura’s ‘Spill’ by Najrin Islam
Composing a photograph like a painting: Interview with Pushpamala N. by Critical Collective
The Art of the Painted Postcard: Nandalal Bose and his Contemporaries by Bhavya Sah
B.N. Goswamy’s The Great Mysore Bhagavata by Sama Haq
Remembering Anjum Singh (1967-2020) by Ella Datta and Gayatri Sinha
On the eve of the opening of 'Nasreen Mohamedi' at the Met Breuer, Roobina Karode speaks to Critical Collective by Critical Collective
“Life will Never be the Same” by Roobina Karode
Making ‘A Space For Healing’: Strategies For Resistance and Recovery by Roobina Karode
Reflections on the KMB - Forming in the pupil of an eye by Roobina Karode