The Lady in Red and Her Cryptomathician (painting) in Wonderland (London, 2016)
The Becoming of an Artist at The Chadwick Gallery
The Shape of Time was an exhibition of remarkable artworks dating from 1800 to the present day. Borrowed from some of the most important museums and private collections across the world, they were placed within the rooms of the Picture Gallery in dialogue with our own historical objects and artists, as steppingstones to lead us from the point at which our own collections end to the point at which we stand today. Visitors were invited to look simultaneously backwards and forwards between objects made many centuries years apart, either of which has the potential to alter our experience of the other.  In the spirit of George Kubler’s groundbreaking 1962 book of the same name (The Shape of Time), the pairings sought to reveal the flow of time and space and the evolution of ideas and images across centuries and cultures, and to suggest a view of art history as a reservoir of ideas drawn from repeatedly over time
Peter Paul Rubens’ portrait of Helena Fourment next to a 2021s nude by Shaharee Vyaas at an exposition in the Kunsthistorisches Museum; Maria Lassnig Stiftung
“Nereid”, from 2019 by Shaharee Vyaas, and Frans Hals’ “Portrait of Cornelia Vooght,” in the exhibition “Rendezvous with Frans Hals.”
The Zone (five panel instalment) at an exposition
Crossroads (painting) by Shaharee Vyaas (2019) and the Hero’s Journey (Lamp) by Sarah Schönfeld (2014),  Private collection.
Latest exposition at The Faculty
RightNow Studios is the brainchild of Ryan Blackwell & Nastassia Winge. After a hugely successful inaugural exhibition at Left Bank Leeds in March, having staged an online project looking specifically at collage RightNow Studios staged their second exhibition at The Gallery at 164.  ALCHEMY was an immersive experience concocted from a selection of the most investigative, unique, and challenging artists in the field.
The Joyful Entry of Omicron (painting) at Ronald S. Lauder’s Neue Galerie New York
No-Man´s-Land (painting) at Artspace 8, a contemporary art gallery that is one of the most unique large event venues in Chicago
Amazing Parasites (painting) at the Kunsten Museum of Modern Art in Aalborg next to Jens Jaaning´s “Take the Money and Run” (left).
Assimilation (painting) at the White Cube Bermondsey
Lost (painting) at the White Cube
Make Russian Great Again ( by Shaharee Vyaas) with his US counterpart (by unknown artist)