Zehra Khan

Chicago, IL, USA

Zehra Khan is a multi-disciplinary artist who likes to make things by hand. She works in drawing, sculpture, installations, performance, and painting on people.

Khan is American and Pakistani, born in Indonesia. She lived in Paris and Switzerland before moving to the US. Zehra received an MFA from the Massachusetts College of Art & Design at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, and a BS from Skidmore College.

Khan has attended many art residencies including Ox-Bow, Yaddo, the Studios of Key West, I-Park, the Vermont Studio Center, the Mountain Lake Biological Research Station in Virginia, and Art Space Sonahmoo in Korea.

Zehra is a current participant of the NYC Drawing Center Viewing Program and the deCordova Museum Corporate Lending Program. She co-authored the children’s book “A Sunny Day for Flowers” and contributed to “The Resistance Coloring & Activity Book.”

In 2018, Zehra was nominated as one of “10 Emerging New England Artists” by Art New England.

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