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Previous exhibitions:


Treasures from Asian Armories (New York March 2019)

Asian Week New York

For the third consecutive year Runjeet took part in Asia Week New York who celebrated their 10th year anniversary. Runjeet collaborated with Dorian Guo, Paris based art consultant, artist and interior designer. Dorian arranged and decorated the gallery with his wall art, and Runjeet showed a group of important Indian, Chinese and Tibetan arms & armor, which many visitors said was one of the highlight exhibitions of the entire festival.

The Goddess: Arms & Armour of the Rajputs (London 2018)

Asian Art in London

In November 2018 Runjeet took part in Asian Art in London for the forth consecutive year and held an exhibition concentrating on arms and armour of the Rajput's, and the connection the Rajput's and other Indian warrior races make with weapons and the goddess.

Parcours des mondes (PARIS 2018)

In September 2018 Runjeet held an exhibition in Paris entitled 'Arts des guerriers d'Orient' (Art of the Oriental Warrior) as part of the well-known fair Parcours des mondes. The exhibition took place in the art district of Saint-Germain-des-Prés and was received well by visitors and the press. 

ICONIC NY (new york 2018) 

Asia Week New York

In March 2018 Runjeet presented his second installment of his ICONIC exhibitions which sought to show arms, armour and works of art which displayed strong symbolism or inscriptions. It was held in Tambaran Gallery, Manhattan, where he built upon the success of the previous year. 


Asian Art in London

In November 2017 Runjeet presented his most ambitious show to date, titled ICONIC, it was held at Moretti Gallery, Ryder St, London, and featured a series of specially designed circular rooms in which he presented his works of art to the thrill of his many visitors.

Hong Kong 2017

In October 2017 Runjeet exhibited at Fine Art Asia - Hong Kong.  Arguably the most important art and antiques fair in Asia.  The exhibition was received well by collectors and institutions from Hong Kong and mainland China, and received lots of coverage from local press.

New York 2017

Asia Week New York

In March 2017 Runjeet was kindly hosted by the renowned Tambaran gallery in Manhattan.  The exhibition proved popular with new and old clients, and was reported upon favourably by the New York press.  Of note Runjeet showed a rare 18th or 19th century Tibetan ceremonial trident which was sold to a private collector during the exhibition.

London 2016

Asian Art in London

Runjeet continued his tradition of attracting a crowd who formed a queue on the first morning, several items being quickly placed on hold.  Runjeet further established himself as a serious and thoughtful member of the London art and antiques community, and soon after the exhibition, was asked to join the Asian Art in London board as a director.

London 2016


Arguably London's premier Art and Antiques fair, Masterpiece, hosted an 'Asian Art in London' pavilion.  Runjeet was invited to take part, and of note showed a 19th century bejewlled Indian katar, and a 17th century gold chillanum, both of which he sold at the event.

London 2015

Asian Art in London

This was Runjeet's first exhibition as part of Asian Art in London, during which he was described by some as London's best kept secret.  Collectors braved the rain and queued outside on the first day keen to be the among the first to see the exhibition.  Runjeet sold strongly to private collectors, museums and private institutions.