During her residency at the V&A Lubna is investigating cultural hybridity in objects from the collections and in response is developing a new group of experimental ceramic works.
30th July 1-4pm
16th - 24th September 1-4pm
The Whitechapel Gallery recently commissioned Lubna to produce an artists edition to accompany the Eduardo Paolozzi exhibiton. ¶ Lubna was a student of Paolozzi whilst at the RCA and also received his travel scholarship, to travel to South India. ¶ The edition is available from the Whitechapel Gallery. ¶ Glazed ceramic. Edition of 15 works. Dimensions 19 x 38 x1cm.
Lubna is delighted to announce that she has been selected as ceramics resident at the Victoria and Albert Museum. She will use this residency to investigate ‘hybridity’ in both the objects within the collections of the V&A and in the fabric of the building itself. ¶ There will be a number of Open Studio events, dates to be announced.
Lubna exibited the editions created for Camden Arts Centre, on the Allied Editions stand at Frieze Art Fair for the second year running.
Ceramic edition produced for Camden Arts Centre. Edition of five available from Camden Arts Centre.
Ceramic edition produced for Camden Arts Centre. Edition of ten available from Camden Arts Centre.
Chromatic Landscape, presented at PAD London by Yves et Victor Gastou, Paris.
A ceramic edition commissioned by Camden Arts Centre, exhibited at Freize Art Fair on the Allied Editions stand.
Commissioned by Makespace architects for the new Al Hikmah mosque in Aberdeen. ¶ The thirty glazed ceramic stars are to be integrated into the cast concrete facade of the mosque. ¶ Dimensions 300mm x 300mm.
New work comissioned by Cartwright Hall Art Gallery for its permanent collection.