Lekha Singh has traveled the globe for over 25 years, creating art that expresses the commonality of human experience by finding startling and impossible beauty in poor, little known places of destitution and desolation. She works in several mediums including film and photography.
African Journeys. Dallas Museum of Contemporary Art, 2004
Photography by Lekha Singh. Patagonia Company, 2005
Nomadic Camera. The National Arts Club, 2006
The Other Half: Women in Focus. Women’s Museum of Dallas, 2006
African Journeys. Imagination Celebration, 2006
The Other Side of War. International Center of Tolerance, 2007
India. ABC New York, NY, 2007
Heroes of Imagination. Imagination Celebration, 2009
Created Equal. Social and Public Art Resource Center, 2012
Weeds Series. MALDEF LA Art Walk, 2014
Nomadic Camera. Building Bridges, 2014
Weeds Series. Eric Buterbaugh, 2015
Above Earth, Beneath Sky. GE Galería, 2016
Photography by Lekha Singh. SCOPE, 2017
The Line Pop-Up Show. The Line, 2018
From Weeds to Still Life. Dallas Indian Arts Collective, 2018
Group Show. Dillion Gallery, 2011
Ancient to Contemporary. Fort Mason Arts Pavilion, 2017
Photography by Lekha Singh. Bridgehampton Museam, 2017
FEMME, The Power of the Female Form. JL Phillips Gallery, 2019
Permanent Collections and Museums:
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art
The International Center of Photography
University of California
Producer, Co-director “Beyond Right and Wrong, Stories of Justice and Forgiveness.” Shown around the world and won many awards amongst which are Best Avant Garde Film by American Psychological Association, Best Documentary Film at Fingal Film Festival and Runner-up for Best Documentary at LA Jewish Film Festival. 2012
Executive Producer, “The Square”, was Oscar nominated and also won several Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Directing, Cinematography and Picture
Editing. Received the Directors Guild of America. 2013
Executive Producer, “Food Chains”, which won many awards including the James Beard Award for Specials and the most recent award being the Brit Doc Impact Award. 2014
The Making of an Activist.
Call to Love, In the Rose Garden with Rumi.
National Geographic‘s The Other Side of War: Woman’s Stories of Survival and Hope.
With Susan Meiselas and Sylvia Plachy.