Lives and Works: Karachi
Imrana Tanveer (b. 1985) is a visual artist and writer 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, both locally in Pakistan and globally.
Tanveer 1st solo show was featured in top 10 solo and retrospective exhibitions of 2013 by Islamic Art Magazine. She has been shortlisted and featured in Golden 15 award category of reputed International Emerging Artist Award hosted by Sabrina Armani Gallery, Dubai in May 2014. She is also the winner of IEAA 2016 awards exhibition in Brussels, Belgium. Her work is part of renowned collections of British High Commission office Islamabad, Amin Gulgee Gallery Karachi, Ierimonti Gallery USA to name few.
She is currently holding the post of Art Director at Morpheme Studios and lives in Karachi, Pakistan.
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