2022 Sugar, Milani Gallery, Brisbane
2020 New Old Archives, Milani Gallery, Brisbane
2020 Kūlī nām dharāyā / they’ve given you the name ‘coolie’, Institute of Modern Art Belltower, Brisbane
2020 Echoes Over Oceans, Firstdraft, Sydney (with Shivanjani Lal)
2019 And words were whispered, 1Shanthiroad Studio/Gallery, Bangalore
2019  Remnants of my ancestors, Boxcopy, Hobiennale, Hobart
2018 Natal’s Coolie Women, CARPARK, Milani Gallery, Brisbane
2018 Bloodlines, Metro Arts, Brisbane
2018 Bloodlines, Blak Dot Gallery (Next Wave Festival), Melbourne
2012 Notions of Difference, Ipswich Art Gallery, Ipswich
2011 Epidermal Exigency, Queensland Centre for Photography, Brisbane

2020 Vessel/Vessel (with Isha Ram Das), First Thursdays, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane
2019 sugar/cheeni/shakkar/sakarai/chakara/panjasara (with Isha Ram Das & Indarami Simpson), MCA Art Bar curated by Radha (Shahmen Suku), Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney
2019 sugar/cheeni/shakkar/sakarai/chakara/panjasara (with Isha Ram Das & Indarami Simpson), Botanica, Brisbane City Botanic Gardens, Brisbane
2018 Cleansing Ritual (with Isha Ram Das & Indarami Simpson), Metro Arts, Brisbane
2018 RITUAL (with Isha Ram Das & Indarami Simpson), Blak Dot Gallery (Next Wave Festival), Melbourne
2015 MA$ALA MILITIA ft. SEZZO, Fake Estate ARI, Brisbane

2022 Tell Me a Story, Town Hall Gallery, Hawthorn Arts Centre, Hawthorn
2022 Busan Biennale 2022: We, on the Rising Wave, Museum of Contemporary Art Busan, Busan
2022 52 ACTIONS (Artspace Touring Exhibition), Penrith Regional Gallery, Penrith
2022 Ayesha Hameed and Guests / Radio Brown Atlantis, Bonniers Konsthall, Stockholm
2022 Indigo Waves and Other Stories, Zietz MOCAA, Cape Town
2022 PROMISE the EARTH, The Lockup, Newcastle
2022 Blue Assembly: Oceanic Thinking, UQ Art Museum, Brisbane
2022 This language that is every stone, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane
2022 Never So Visible, NorthSite Contemporary Arts, Cairns
2021 Staple: What’s on your plate?, Hayy Jameel, Jeddah
2021 AustrALIEN, Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Canberra
2021 On Earth, QUT Art Museum, Brisbane
2021 The National 2021: New Australian Art, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Sydney
2021 The Past is the Present is the Future, The Granville Centre Art Gallery, Merrylands
2021 Drawn, Redland Art Gallery, Cleveland
2021 Disobedient Daughters, Counihan Gallery, Melbourne
2021 Making Ground, Constance ARI X MONA FOMA, Hobart

2021 Projections #6: New Australian video art | Cycle 1, Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney

2020 Artist-In-Residence, Metro Arts, Norman Park Substation, Brisbane (with Isha Ram Das)
2019 Asialink Arts Creative Exchange – 1Shanthiroad, Bangalore
2017 Artist-In-Residence, House Conspiracy, Brisbane
2013 Residency at ArtInn Jaipur and Indian Miniature Painting Training (with Ajay Sharma), India

Art Jameel Collection, Dubai
Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney
Gadens Art Collection, Brisbane
UQ Art Museum, Brisbane
Museum of Brisbane, Brisbane

Simpson, S.M. “The Inheritance.” Correspondence 1. 2, edited by Hamish Petersen, 16–21. Christchurch: The Physics Room, 2022.
Simpson, S.M. “Indian Delights.” In Feast of Resistance, edited by Priya Pavri, 39–41. Melbourne: Person Books, 2022.
Simpson, S.M. “Gone to Ṭāpū.” In This language that is every stone: Édouard Glissant and the Australian archipelago, edited by Olivia Fairweather, Liz Nowell, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Asad Raza and Warraba Weatherall, 54–55. Brisbane: Institute of Modern Art, 2022.
Simpson, S.M. “Vessel/Vessel.” In Cordite Poetry Review, Cordite 103: AMBLE, 2021.
Simpson, S.M. “The Language of Indenture.” In Runway Journal, Issue 40: Caption, 2019.
Simpson, S.M. “Remnants.” In Peril Magazine, Issue 36: History Repeats, 2019.

Leaving the gaps: Spotlight talk with Sancintya Mohini Simpson” (2021), MCA, Sydney.
“Brown Atlantis Radio with Ayesha Hameed” (2021),, Onassis Stegi, Greece.
“New Old Archives” (2020), Milani Gallery, Brisbane.
“Nicola Scott Interviews: In conversation with Sancintya Mohini Simpson” (2020), Outer Space, Brisbane.
“IMA Belltower: Sancintya Mohini Simpson, ‘Kālāpānī’” (2020), Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane.
“Natal’s Coolie Women” (2018), CARPARK Milani Gallery, Brisbane.
“Hidden histories, lost stories and a “cleansing sound performance” at Sancintya Mohini Simpson’s Bloodlines” (2018), Ed Ayres on the Art Show, The Hub on Art, ABC Radio National.
“Sancintya Mohini Simpson: migration, hidden histories and intergenerational trauma” (2018), Ed Ayres on The Art Show, The Hub on Art, ABC Radio National.

Thurlow, Hilary. “Sancintya Mohini Simpson’s “Sugar”””. Review of Sugar. Milani Gallery. Art Asia Pacific, October 2022.
Phaidon. Vitamin D3: Today’s Best in Contemporary DrawingLondon: Phaidon, 2020, 236-7.
Rose, Sophie. “An Archive Materialized: Sancintya Mohini Simpson’s “Kūlī nām dharāyā /they’ve given you the name ‘coolie’””Review of Kūlī nām dharāyā /they’ve given you the name ‘coolie’. Institute of Modern Art. Art Asia Pacific, March 2020.
Smith, Barnaby, “What’s disguised in the name ‘coolie’?” Preview of Kūlī nām dharāyā /they’ve given you the name ‘coolie’Institute of Modern Art. Art Guide, March 13, 2020.
Nagesh, Tarun. “Echoes Over Oceans” Exhibition essay for Echoes Over Oceans. Firstdraft Gallery, Sydney. 2020.
Orly, Nanette. “Spectacular or Speculative? Migratory Experience in Contemporary Art.” Runway Journal. Issue 38: Spectacle. 2018.
Dane, Ineke. “Undiscovered: Sancintya Mohini Simpson.” Art Collector. Issue 87: Undiscovered. 2019: 112–113.

2016 Graduate Certificate in Writing, Editing and Publishing, The University of Queensland
2014 Bachelor of Photography with Honours, Queensland College of Art, Griffith University