Sameera Khan – Niels Bohr Institutet - Københavns Universitet

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07. juni 2011

Sameera Khan

(In english below) 

Udstilling af Sameera Khan på Niels Bohr Institutets Bibliotek

Der udstilles værker af grafikeren Sameera Khan, som er tilknyttet Københavns Grafiske Værksted, Fabrikken for Kunst og Design.

Åbningsreception 7.6. 2011, for alle på NBI fra kl. 15:00 - 16:30

Sameera Khan er født og opvokset i Pakistan og har taget sin uddannelse på the National College Arts i Lahore. Med et legat fra Aga Khan Foundation fik hun mulighed for at tage til England og tage en Master inden for grafiske trykkemetoder.

Efter sin uddannelse har Sameera været leder af et grafisk værksted i Swansea, UK og også arbejdet for the New Jerseay Printmaking Society i USA. Sameera udstiller både nationalt og internationalt, og hun har også tidligere udstillet på Niels Bohr Instituttet sammen med Københavns Grafiske Værksted.

Sameera er dansk gift og bor nu i Danmark, hvor hun underviser på Bernadotteskolen. Læs eventuelt mere på Sameera's hjemmeside http://www.sameerakhan.com/

 

Art exhibition by Sameera Khan at the Niels Bohr Institute Library

Sameera Khan optained her formal education in Fine Arts from National College of Arts in Lahore and Sheffield Hallam University, UK, where she did her Master.

Opening reception Tuesday June 7, 2011 from 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm.

Sameera Khan is originally from Hunza, located in the very North of Pakistan. She is currently living in Copenhagen and works at Bernadotte Skolen, Hellerup. She is currently associated with the Fabrikken for Kunst og Design, Sundholm, where is she is a member of KGV Københavns Grafiske Værksted.

Since her degree she has been working as a Print Studio Manager at Swansea Print Workshop, UK and also with the New Jersey Printmaking Council, USA. Here she was facilitating their outreach program for kids. As a practicing artist, she produce work and exhibit all over the world.

Her art practice began as a printmaker developing the skills particular to Mughal miniature painting within a contemporary context. Since then the practice has moved in several directions including developing various printmaking techniques which have often been incorporated into painting, sculpture and installation.