Abhishek Singh’s work is known for its unique story-telling and has been showcased all around the world. His artworks have been exhibited in museums like Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA); Asia Society Texas Center, Houston; Middlebury College Museum of Art, Vermont; Michael C. Carlos Museum, Atlanta; Frenec Hopp Museum of Asian Arts, Budapest, Hungary; Mori Museum, Japan and at festivals like Burning Man and the Boom Festival.
He has multiple books to his credit. Most recent being Purnam (2022) and Namaha (2019) and Krishna –A Journey Within (2012), all critically and widely renowned. Ramayana 3392 A.D, with Deepak Chopra and Kali and Shiva with Shekhar Kapur have cumulatively sold over half a million copies and have been translated in multiple languages.
He has executed live drawings all over the world including the Frenec Hopp Museum of Asian Arts, Budapest; Michael C. Carlos Museum, Atlanta; Guadalajara International Book Fair, Mexico and Jaipur Literature Festival.
Abhishek has spent many years researching ancient and indigenous philosophical texts of India as part of different projects. He is committed to trying to understand them in context of world cultures, science and spirituality, identity, narrative and ecological symbolism. He has also spent time self-studying disciplines like martial arts and music. He volunteers with the elephants and whenever possible, treks in the Himalayan terrain, which he calls his spiritual home.