Lubna Chowdhary

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07.09.21

Frieze Art Fair

Frieze Art Fair

Frieze London 2021 group presentation with Jhaveri Contemporary.¶ Exhibiting Shifting Structures - table sculpture and two Markers - ceramic wall pieces.

07.09.21

Rhythm and Geometry

Rhythm and Geometry

Two Switch works have been acquired by Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts and included in the exhibtion Rhythm and Geometry, Consrtructivist Art in Britain since 1951

2nd October - 30th January 2022 

07.09.21

Freelands Foundation Shortlist

Freelands Foundation Shortlist

Sheffield Museums and Lubna Chowdhary have been shortlisted for the  Freelands Award 2021.¶ The annual Freelands Award was established in 2016 to enable an arts organisation outside London to present an exhibition, including significant new work by a mid career female artist.

07.09.21

Editions for Peer Gallery

Editions for Peer Gallery

One of two ceramic editions for the Erratics solo exhibition. Produced to support the Peer Gallery programme.

07.09.21

Peer Gallery Exhibition

Peer Gallery Exhibition

Erratics, a solo exhibition of new works at Peer Gallery London.¶An accompanying exhibition brochure carries an insightfully written essay by National Gallery curator Daniel Herrmann.

13.04.21

Frieze New York

Frieze New York

Grey Area is to be shown at Frieze Online Viewing Room with Jhaveri Contemporary
Dates 5 -14 May 2021 

14.02.21

Arts Council Project Grant

Arts Council Project Grant

I’m extremely grateful to have recently received an Arts Council Project Grant which will support me in developing new sculptures for my solo exhibition at Peer, London this summer. August - October 2021. Later touring to MIMA.

10.01.21

Code Switch Exhibition

Code Switch Exhibition

Code Switch. Debut Solo exhibition at Jhaveri Contemporary, Mumbai.  An exhibition of paintings collages and ceramic. January 14th -February 27th 2021.

01.11.20

Interstice. 100 Liverpool Street

Interstice. 100 Liverpool Street

A new artwork in the form of twenty ceramic panels at
100 Liverpool Street. Taking inspiration from the site’s history as a major railway interchange in the City of London. 

01.10.20

Some Mysterious Process.

Some Mysterious Process.

An exhibition at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, curated by gallery director Michael Brand. ¶ Some Mysterious Process weaves together multiple threads of history to tell the story of how the international comtemporary collection has come together over the past 50 years. The five works were acquired for the permanent collection from Art Basel in 2019. ¶ Read more