Imrana Tanveer (b. 1985) is a visual artist based in Karachi. Tanveer holds degrees from the National College of Arts, Lahore, and Textile Institute of Pakistan, Karachi. Her work incorporates weaving and textiles, and appropriates iconic images from both Western and Pakistani art and culture to address social and political issues.

She was awarded the gallery exhibition prize and is one of the 30 finalists of Sovereign Asian Art Prize ’17. She is also the winner of IEAA ‘16 awards exhibition in Belgium and shortlisted and featured in Golden 15 award of International Emerging Artist Award by Sabrina Armani Gallery in ‘14. Islamic Art Magazine featured Tanveer 1st Solo Show in top 10 solo and retrospective exhibitions of ‘13. Her work is part of renowned collections of British High Commission office Islamabad, Amin Gulgee Gallery Karachi, Ierimonti Gallery USA, AAN collection to name few.

She is currently holding the post of Art Director at Morpheme Studios and lives in Karachi, Pakistan.

Read about Imrana Tanveer’s Project ‘Construction/Deconstruction'
Read about Imrana’s Solo Exhibition ‘Heaven was the Place in Heart'
Read about the group exhibition ‘Is She a Spinner of Yarns?'
Read a review of the exhibition ‘Waxing Lyrical’
Read Imrana Tanveer’s Interview

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