Ram Singh Urveti, is from Madhya Pradesh and along with Jangarh Singh Shyam, is known to be one of the eminent historical figures in contemporary Indian tribal art. Ram Singh Urveti has taken part in many exhibitions in India and overseas: The exhibition Freedom, for the sixtieth anniversary of the Independence of India, alongside the greatest names in modern and contemporary Indian art (CIMA, Centre of International Modern Art, Calcutta, 2008). In August 2009, in the exhibition, Now that the trees have spoken organized by the contemporary art critic Ranjit Hoskote, where he was invited by the famous Pundole Art Gallery of Mumbai.
In 2010, in the exhibition Non metropolitan, Five Contemporary Artists from India held in the Rob Dean Art Gallery in Pasadena, California. On that occasion, the New York Times saluted the return of the great names in tribal art.
In “Art Contemporain Indien” par Hervé Perdriolle, 5 Continents Edition Milan 2012.