2018

Lauren Mackler, “measuring with a bent ruler,” Artforum

Leah Ollman, “Made in LA,” Art in America

Kavior Moon, “A Multiplicity of Perspectives: ‘Made in L.A. 2018’ Succeeds by Refusing to Define a
Los Angeles Aesthetic,” ARTnews

Jonathan Griffin, “Made in L.A. 2018,” Art Agenda

Travis Diehl, “‘Made in L.A. 2018’: Widely Inclusive and Brimming with Community Spirit, But Is It Too Earnest?” Frieze

Janelle Zara, “How 5 Artists in the Hammer Museum’s Made in LA Biennial Are Using Their Work to Imagine a Better Future,” Artnet

Jordan Riefe, “Ambitious, Diverse and Topical: Made in L.A. 2018 Is the Biennial We Need Right Now,” LA Weekly

Christopher Knight, “Made in L.A. 2018: Why the Hammer Biennial is the right show for disturbing times,” Los Angeles Times

Anne Ellegood and contributors, Made in L.A. 2018, exhibition catalog *

Neha Choksi, Steven Chodoriwsky, Rachelle Rojany, Dan Bustillo, Doris Chon, Alice Könitz, Anuradha Vikram, Dismantling, monograph *

Adam Przywara, “Dhaka Art Summit: Magmatic Metropolis,” Art Monthly

Esha Mahajan, ed., “Self-Centered Photography: Neha Choksi,” Harper’s Bazaar India

Sid Feddema, “All One Wants is…,” Flaunt Magazine

Diana Campbell Betancourt, “Bearing Point 3: An Amphibious Sun,” in Dhaka Art Summit ’18 Exhibition Guide *


2017

Allie Biswas, “Neha Choksi: Transformations necessitate lost pasts and renewals of future hopes,” Studio International

Pascale Chalmers-Arnold, “Remembering Partition with the New North South: Neha Choksi,” The Mancunion

Imtiaz Dharkar, “This line that thread,” poem inspired by Neha Choksi, Manchester Art Gallery

Ashley Howson, “Interview: Curator Natasha Howes on Waqas Khan & Neha Choksi,” Quays News

Grace Atkinson, “Review: New North and South,” Humanity Hallows

Lauren Codling, “Closing the cultural divide,” The Eastern Eye

Mark Brown, “Frieze Frame: graphic sex & female sexuality under spotlight at art fair,” The Guardian

Asmita Bakshi, “Brush with Genius,” India Today magazine

Radhika Bhalla, “India Today Art Awards: A brush with celebration,” India Today


2016

Andrea Lerda and Serenella Iovino, Back to the Land, catalog, Studio La Città Verona *

Nada Raza, The Missing One, exhibition catalog *

Adam Grüning, “Frieze London 2016: A Review,” Turning Point West Midlands

Tarun Nagesh, “Into View: Five Female Artists Working in Asia,” QAGOMA museum blog

Kris Imants Ercums, Temporal Turn: Art and Speculation in Contemporary Asia, exhibition catalog *

Jitish Kallat, ed., Whorled Explorations, catalog of the 2nd edition of Kochi Muziris Biennale 2014, published 2016 *

Tausif Noor, “5 Gallery Booths to See at Frieze London 2016,” Artradar Journal

INIVA & A Space, co-publishers, “What do relationships mean to you: Emotional Learning Cards.” *

Pooja Pillai, “Colour me a tree,” The Indian Express

HG Masters, “Review: 20th Biennale of Sydney,” Art Asia Pacific

Karishma Attari, “Three questions with Neha Choksi,” The Hindu

Namita Gohil, “Biennale of Sydney.  Neha Choksi: The Sun’s Rehearsal,” Indian Link Australia

Sherman Sam, “Odd and Evenly,” Scene and Herd, Artforum.com

“Indian art, artists feature at 20th Biennale of Sydney,” Business Standard, Sydney

Jacqueline Miller, “Preview: The 20th Biennale of Sydney…”, Broadsheet Journal, CACSA

“Embassy of Disappearance. Roundtable Discussion: A Conversation between Stephanie Rosenthal, Neha Choksi, Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Lee Mingwei and Aura Satz,” 20th Biennale of Sydney Catalogue: The future is already here — it’s just not evenly distributed *

Diana Campbell Betancourt, ed. Dhaka Art Summit 2016 Exhibition Guide *

Prachi Bhuchar and Chumki Bharadwaj, “The new media collective,” India Today


2015

Josue Mattos, ed. “Frestas—Trienal de Artes,” catalog of 1st SESC Sorocaba Triennale 2014-2015 *

Emma Murphy, “Alchemy Highlights 2015,” Reusing Old Graves

Jyoti Dhar, “Neha Choksi: The Pursuit of Nothingness,” Art Asia Pacific

Deepika Shetty, “No-frills look at art in Kochi heat,” The Straits Times, Singapore

Shevlin Sebastian, “The Most Interesting People in the World,” The New Indian Express

Shevlin Sebastian, “All Types of Voices,” The New Indian Express

Craig Dworkin, “We are all meat, striving to be human,” ART India

Vandana Shukla, “The new port of call for art,” The Tribune India

Maya Kovskaya, “Earthbound/Earth bound,” Project 88 journal


2014

Deepika Sorabjee, “Kochi Muziris Biennale 2014 review,” CriticalCollective.in

Rosalyn D’Mello, “Black Pearl and Other Enchantments,” Open Magazine

Nandini Thilak with Jitish Kallat, “Neha Choksi,” Kochi Biennale’s Short Guide, Whorled Explorations *

Zeenat Nagree, “A Strange and Sublime Journey,” ART India

Deepika Sorabjee, “Transcending the Tragic Limit: A conversation with Neha Choksi,” Take on Art

Catherine Wagley, “5 Artsy Things to Do in LA: Ill-fated voyage,” LA Weekly


2013

Alison Hugill, “Nailed Down: A New Approach to Video Art,” BerlinArtLink.com

Zeenat Nagree, “Neha Choksi,Artforum Critics’ Pick, Artforum

Phalguni Desai, “Iceboat and Sky Fold,” TimeOut Mumbai

Deepika Sorabjee, “Spinning Skies,” Artslant

Soma Das, “The existential Iceboat,” Mid-day

Sei Chong, “Indian Artist Explores Absence Through Presence,” The New York Times

Heidi Fichter and Vikki McInnes, Ghar Ghar Ki Baat: tales from two homes, exhibition catalog *

Zaira Arslan, “Art in Motion,” The Indian Express

Phalguni Desai, “Look, don’t touch,” Mumbai Mirror

Christopher Allen, “Sense and Sensation: Asia-Pacific Triennial 7,” Weekend Australian

2012     David Thorp, “Quarantania: Neha Choksi, Eva Kotatkova, Taus Makhacheva,” exhibition catalog *

 

2018

Dismantling
Monograph. Contributors: Dan Bustillo, Steven Chodoriwsky, Neha Choksi, Doris Chon, Alice Könitz, Rachelle Rojany, Anuradha Vikram (Los Angeles: Hesse Press, 2018)

“Frame our ears open”
Score in Propositional Attitudes: What do we do now?, eds. John Burtle and Elana Mann (Los Angeles: Golden Spike Press, 2018)


2017

“cave” 
Some things that only art can do: A Lexicon of Affective Knowledge, guest editor Nancy Adajania
Aroop journal, 2.1

“Red Ochre Protest,” as part of “How Important is Art as a Form of Protest”
Frieze.com

Tears in the Sun / Pavés
Folding broadsheet on occasion of Ours is a City of Writers exhibition. Authors: Neha Choksi and Judith Rodenbeck.


2016

“Every Type of Sun,”
Brooklyn Rail, February 2016


2015

“Artists’ Artist” contribution
Frieze Masters Magazine, Issue 4


2013

“Dogear,” Artist project
Take On Art: Issue on Sculpture, 3.10


2012

“Close (the distance)”
Emergency INDEX 2011 Vol. 1


2011

“Non-arrival and remembering”
3rd Beyond Pressure Catalog, Myanmar