Saba Khan (b. 1982, Lahore, Pakistan)
Khan completed her BFA from National College of Arts, with a Distinction and MFA from Boston University, on a Fulbright Scholarship. She won an award at Al-Hamra Arts Council, Lahore. Khan has attended artists' residencies at Civitella Ranieri Foundation, Italy on UNESCO Aschberg Bursary award; SEHER Foundation, Jaisalmer, India; Indus Valley School: Drawing Documents, Karachi, Pakistan; Vermont Studio Center, USA; 11th Gwangju Biennale International Curator Course, South Korea. Her short film was screened at Monitor 4, SAVAC, Toronto; Kara Film Festival, Karachi. Juror for UNESCO Aschberg Bursary, Civitella Ranieri Foundation. Khan has had solo shows at Canvas Art Gallery, Karachi; Rohtas 2, Lahore; Taseer Gallery, Lahore. Group shows at International Art Festival, Kathmandu, Nepal; Lawrie Shabibi Gallery, Dubai; Bangkok Art and Culture Center, Thailand; Affordable Art Fair, New York; India Art Fair; Aicon Gallery, New York. Shortlisted for The Future Generation Art Prize, Victor Pinchuk Foundation. Her work was published in ‘n.paradoxa International Feminist Art Journal’, Tran-Asia; ‘Sohbet Jounal’, Pakistan; ‘The Eye Still Seeks’ by Salima Hashmi. She is an Assistant Prof. at the NCA and founded Murree Museum Artists’ Residency in 2014, an artist-run-initiative to support artists.