Exhibitions, Projects & Museum Collections


▮ October 2022

Frieze Art Fair, London

Kavi Gupta Gallery’s presentation for Frieze London 2022 supports their mission to increase representation in the contemporary art field by spotlighting the work of a personally, culturally, and aesthetically diverse group of artists, including: James Little, Arghavan Khosravi, Tomokazu Matsuyama, Manuel Mathieu, Suchitra Mattai, Kour Pour, Beverly Fishman, Manish Nai, Richard Hunt, Roger Brown, José Lerma, Miya Ando, Jessica Stockholder, Jeffrey Gibson, Michi Meko, Sherman Beck and Rewind Collective.

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▮ June - August 2022

Historical Figures, Coinbase, Online

Historical Figures builds upon Rewind Collective’s commitment of championing women & the underrepresented. The series of works within these digital editions consists of female figures throughout history, fictional and real, who are warriors, leaders, & revolutionaries. Their lives or their myths have inspired millions of people throughout the ages. The digital edition works consist of glitched pixels combining original photography and graphic design to launch this new series.

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▮ July 2022

Pixelated Heroes, Maker’s Place, Online

A collection of 5555 Heroes celebrating women. Pixelated Heroes have 485 traits and come with a thriving community, directing real change.  The heroes will be living on the Ethereum blockchain as ERC-721 tokens and hosted on IPFS.  Pixelated Heros are created by Rewind Collective, we are a digital arts collective aimed at uplifting women & overlooked communities through our work.

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▮ June 2022

NEW at NOMA: Recent Acquisitions in Contemporary Art, New Orleans Museum Of Art, USA

Rewind Collective became one of the first digital artists to have an NFT acquired by a museum when the New Orleans Museum of Art accepted ‘We Are One’ into their collection. The AI work merges leading women throughout the ages as one being representing the positive force & impact women have had in the world.

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▮ June 2022

House of Cards, Veve Platform, Online

Veve, the online platform, are closing out Women’s History Month with the continuation of Rewind Collective’s House of Cards series! House of Cards is a series depicting courageous and powerful women throughout history, both mythical & real, women who shaped the world.

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▮ June 2022

LVMH PRIDE II, Online

Luxury brand Givenchy Parfums, will launch a non-fungible token (NFT) in celebration of Pride. The project is in collaboration with London gallery owner Amar Singh and the Rewind artist collective, and all proceeds will go to an LGBTQ+ group, Le MAG Jeunes association.

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▮ May 2022

Vital Voices Global Women’s Headquarters grand opening

REMEMBER US XXI  was displayed and acquired by Vital Voices for the opening of their new headquarters celebrating women’s leadership.

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▮ April - May 2022

India Art Fair, New Delhi

Rewind Collective participated in the first presentation of NFTs at India Art Fair organised by online platform Terrain. Works from our imprint series celebrating Indian Goddesses were on view.

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▮ April 2022

EXPO Chicago

At this crucial moment, we are grateful for the chance EXPO Chicago gives us to center important works by some of the most influential, dynamic artists working today.

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▮ March 2022

Block Party, Christie’s Dubai

Block Party presents the world’s leading NFT art experimentalists for a special edition of works to be showcased for the first time in Dubai. Curated by Daria Borisova and hosted by Christie’s, this exhibition brings together leading practitioners of the NFT art movement for a unique celebration at Christie’s Dubai in the Dubai International Financial Centre during the city’s preeminent art fair. This exhibition features a curated selection of works by Justin Aversano, José Delbo, Trevor Jones, Osinachi, Rewind Collective, Nicole Ruggiero and Sarah Zucker.

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▮ February 2022

My Kawaii Valentine, Phillips Auction House, Hong Kong

Rewind Collective participated in Phillips, Hong Kong Valentines Auction, this themed online sale runs across Valentine’s Day in the West, and Lantern Festival in Asia. During this week of love we will be offering works that explore the themes of kawaii, companionship, self-appreciation, and sexuality. Naturally there will be lots of flowers.

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▮ February 2022

Felix Art Fair, Los Angeles

As part of Kavi Gupta Gallery’s ongoing work of amplifying voices of diverse and underrepresented artists to expand the canon of art history, we will present new and historically important works from established artists, many for the first time in Los Angeles.

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▮ January - February 2022

Digital Baroque, 4ART, Dubai

The exhibition is inspired by Timothy Murray’s groundbreaking book, Digital Baroque: New Media and Cinematic Folds. It provides a Baroque lens on new digital technologies, asking the question: what would Baroque look like in virtual space? From the 17th to the 18th century the Baroque period of art history took place, bringing about its ornate, eclectic and philosophical flair. Gilles Deleuze created the concept of the Fold, mapping out a Baroque characteristic of nonlinearity, transformation and augmentation. In a world of digital plenty and instability, the Fold can also be considered a feature of our contemporary condition. With a tension between being and becoming, dissolution and unity, the works showcased as part of this exhibition are endlessly folding and unfurling, referencing both the past and the future in mythology, music and movement.

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▮ October 2021 - January 2022  

Abstraction & Social Critique, Kavi Gupta Gallery, Chicago

Kavi Gupta proudly presents Abstraction and Social Critique, an intergenerational group show of artists whose aesthetic positions declare the continued relevance and influence of abstraction. The artist James Little, whose masterful geometric paintings are included in the exhibition, offers this personal elucidation of why he chose to pursue abstraction in his work: “Abstraction frees me to do whatever I want.”

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▮ December 2021

Art Basel Miami

Addressing a range of crucial topics, including intercultural empathy, social justice, and the growing relevance of abstraction to the contemporary art field, our presentation embodies our effort to amplify voices of diverse and underrepresented artists to expand the canon of art history For Art Basel Miami Beach 2021, Kavi Gupta presents an array of timely and important works by all of the artists represented in our diverse and dynamic gallery program, including Young-Il Ahn, Roger Brown, Allana Clarke, Alfred Conte, Inka Essenhigh, Beverly Fishman, Jeffrey Gibson, Deborah Kass, James Little, Manuel Mathieu, Tomokazu Matsuyama, Esmaa Mohamoud, Kour Pour, Devan Shimoyama, Mary Sibande, Jessica Stockholder, Michi Meko, Alisa Sikelianos-Carter, Miya Ando, Rewind Collective, Suchitra Mattai, Su Su, and Kennedy Yanko.

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▮ December 2021

Artnet's First NFT Auction, ArtNFT: Beginnings

Artnet's first NFT auction centered around the historical trajectory of early computer art, media art, video art and digital art over the past six decades—and its touch points with the development of NFTs. The sale spanned from early pioneers and the inventors of the NFTs, to the generation of digital artists that have fully embraced NFTs in their practice today.

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▮ December 2021

Art At A Time Like This, Online

This print by Rewind Collective depicts Harriet Tubman, the American abolitionist and political activist. Tubman escaped from slavery and on some 13 missions rescued at least 70 enslaved people, including family and friends, using the network of antislavery activists and safe houses known as the Underground Railroad. Considered the first African American woman to serve in the military, she was a scout, spy, guerrilla soldier, and nurse for the Union Army during the Civil War. The print is part of Rewind Collective’s Imprint Series, which comprises physical editions of digital artworks (NFTs) which address gender & minority imbalances throughout the world. 100% of the proceeds from the sale of this print (minus the NFT minting fees and gas fees) go to the charity ‘Art At A Time Like This.’

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▮ December 2021

Rewind Collective, “Imprint Series”, Institute, Online

Rewind Collective released a solo drop with platform Institut on December 2021. The release was from works in Rewind Collective’s Imprint series which comprises physical editions which address gender & minority imbalances throughout the world.

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▮ September - October 2021

NFTism, Institut, London

This inaugural showcase commemorates the launch of the Institut platform, designed to empower artists working in digital media, and to spearhead a bold new digital art renaissance. Driven by the growing digital economy and fuelled by a global generational shift, the art market is changing faster than ever before, and>NFTism. No Fear in Trying demonstrates the ability of NFTs to unlock untapped potential in how we perceive, interact with, and collect digital art.

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▮ September 2021

Sommergäste: Rewind Collective, Bastian Gallery, London

BASTIAN have announced Sommergäste: Rewind Collective, a single work exhibition which presents a unique digital work and accompanying NFT by anonymous digital feminist art group Rewind Collective. Honouring overlooked women and minorities throughout the centuries who have blazed a trail for others to follow, the Rewind Collective shine a light on the forgotten revolutionaries who defied society’s expectations and gender norms and made an indelible impact on the course of history.

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▮ June - August 2021

’She Came to Stay’, Andrea Festa Fine Art, Rome, Italy

“She Came to Stay” was Simeone de Beauvoir’s first novel published in 1943, the work that made her an author. It explores a difficult theme: the so- called ménage à trois, meaning the introduction of a third party into a couple, changing its entire balance and forcing each one to reveal themselves before someone else’s gaze.

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▮ July 2021

Save Art Space, Pixelated III, Public billboard project, London

SaveArtSpace is pleased to present Pixelated III, a two week-long, public art exhibition on digital bus shelters in London, UK. The exhibition features 12 CryptoPunks & 12 emerging artists. Emerging artists are Krista Kim, ReWind Collective, Andy Picci, Jeremy Olson, Gordon Cheung, Jonathan Monaghan, John Yuyi, Oseanworld, Megan Ellen McDonald, Jon BurgerMan, Andreas Wannerstedt, and Numerous. Learn more about the emerging artists at institute.co.

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▮ June 2021

Phillips Auction House, New York City

Our work Remember Us XV (Women Throughout History) achieves over $200,000 at Phillips, New York contemporary day auction. The celebrates pioneering females across the centuries whose contributions to art and politics defied limitations. This piece features our digital reinterpretations of works by three painters interwoven with three original photographs taken by us. We pay tribute to painters Lavinia Fontana, Elisabetta Sirani and Artemisia Gentileschi. Our digitized photographs honor women throughout the ages.

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▮ June 2021

LVMH Pride, Online

To mark Pride Month this year, Givenchy Parfums states its support for the LGBTQIA+ cause by launching an unprecedented project: the brand has decided to team up with London gallery owner Amar Singh and artists Rewind collective to create digital artwork. An initiative which perfectly reflects the House’s approach, according to which disruptive creativity and innovation always go hand in hand with values of respect and inclusion.

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▮ May 2021

Restoration: Now or Never, Public billboard project, London

Restoration: Now or Never is a public art exhibition organized by Anne Verhallen and Daria Borisova. The exhibition, spanning across London billboards and bus shelters, is in conjunction with World Environment Day in the UK, a day committed to encouraging awareness and action to protect our environment. Bringing emerging and established artists together, this is the first UK activation by the non-profit SaveArtSpace.

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▮ May 2021

Trailblazers, Christie’s, New York City

Rewind Collective participated in Christie’s New York second auction to include NFTs. We created works in response to paintings by the women of abstract expressionism and our work Remember Us IV (Watch Your Head) sold for $150,000 with part of the proceeds going to charity.

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▮ April 2019

Remember Us, Special Project, Amar Singh Gallery, London

Rewind Collective participated in a special project at Amar Gallery with the presentation of our work Remember Us IX celebrating the artist Artemisia Gentileschi. Digitally recreating nine of Gentileschi’s masterpieces, we remind viewers over four centuries since the artist birth of her talent ad the ground work she put in or women of the future.


▮ 2018

‘Eve’, Amar Singh Gallery, London

Rewind Collective participated in Amar Gallery’s Eve, an upcoming exhibition of contemporary art that celebrates the female form and the fateful origins of womanhood. Incorporating mythical themes from the Genesis story - with particular focus on The Fall, heavenly wrath, nature and rebellion - Eve brings together a collection of drawings, installations and photographs inspired by nature’s first heroine,as well as showcasing female empowerment within the context of modern society. The exhibition will be on display from January 23rd 2018, at 48 Penton Street, London.

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Museum & Public Collections

New Orleans Museum of Art

Foundation Medianoche0

South African National Gallery

Vital Voices Foundation, Washington D.C.