Alia Bilgrami Dancing Waves III abstract landscape work on paper
Alia Bilgrami Dancing Waves III abstract landscape work on paper
Dancing Waves III, 7.5" x 9.5"
Dancing Waves III, 7.5" x 9.5"
Alia Bilgrami Dancing Waves III abstract landscape work on paper
Alia Bilgrami Dancing Waves III abstract landscape work on paper
Dancing Waves III, 7.5" x 9.5"
Dancing Waves III, 7.5" x 9.5"

Dancing Waves III, 7.5" x 9.5"

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Cyanotype and Gouache on Paper. Contact the gallery to get a quote for the frame.

"Leaning towards landscapes began during a time when my partner and I were stuck in a tiny town in Denmark, on the cusp of the world changing. I wanted to search
introspectively and work with my imagination. By doing so, I recreated my own little
pieces of 'home.' Since then, I have carried this practice forward. With this work I feel a very strong connection to ‘Journey of the Soul’ since for me it encompasses emotion, identity, and self-discovery."

Alia Bilgrami is a Pakistani-Canadian visual artist and curator based in The Hague. Bilgrami spent her early years in Montreal, Canada, and then Karachi, Pakistan where she completed her BFA from the Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture (2007). In 2008, she did a curatorial research internship at the National Museum of Asian Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC. She completed her MA from Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, London in 2010 where she won the Cecil Collins Memorial Award for Drawing. After graduation, she worked as curator first at Rohtas Gallery and then at Khaas Gallery, Islamabad where she went on to become Head Curator (2010-2019).

Bilgrami has shown her work in many international exhibitions including two solo presentations: Tulipmania at Rohtas Gallery, Islamabad (2011) and Out of the Forest at Koel Gallery, Karachi, Pakistan (2014). One of her paintings won the Sovereign Asian Art Public Vote Prize, Hong Kong (2015). Bilgrami has attended several artists-in-residence programs, the last of which was in Trelex, Switzerland, 2020. In the Hague, she is a member of Stroom, Den Haag since 2020 and has exhibited at Pulchri Studio in their Autumn Salon (2021). Bilgrami joined Kunstenaar in het Statenkwartier in 2022 and has participated in various projects with them including the Art Route sponsored by Kunstmuseum, Den Haag in 2023.

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