Huma Bhabha  (Pakistani, 1962) 


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Huma Bhabha Biography
1962   Born in Karachi, Pakistan.
1985   BFA, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI
1989   MFA, Columbia University, New York, NY
2008   The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum Emerging Artist Award
  Lives and works in Poughkeepsie, NY
Selected Exhibitions
2009   Galerie Nathalie Obadia, Paris (solo)
2008 - 2009   2008 Emerging Artist Award Exhibition, The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, (solo)
2008   Clay Today, Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art , Peekskill, NY (Fall)
2008   Silent Spring – Visions of the End, The New Museum, New York, NY
2008   Warlord, Smith-Stewart, New York, NY
2008   Disarming Matter, Larissa Goldston Gallery, New York, NY
2007   Every Revolution is a Roll of the Dice, Ballroom Marfa, Marfa, TX, organized by Bob Nickas
2007   Salon 94, New York, NY (solo)
2007   Salon 94 Freemans, New York, NY (solo)
2007   ATM Gallery, New York, NY (solo)
2007   Greener Pastures Contemporary Art, Toronto, Canada (solo)
2007   New Prints By Huma Bhabha And Matthew Day Jackson, Peter Blum Gallery, New York, NY
2006   Degraded, Mario Diacono Gallery, Boston, MA (solo)
2006   USA Today: New American Art from the Saatchi Gallery, Royal Academy of Arts, London, U.K.
2006   Remember Who You Are, Mary Boone Gallery, New York, NY; curated by Amy Smith-Stewart
2006   ATM Gallery, New York, NY (solo)
2006   "Exquisite Corpse”, Mitchell Algus Gallery, NY, NY; curated by Bob Nickas
2005   “Greater New York 2005,” P.S.1/MoMA Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, NY (catalogue)
2005   Greener Pastures, Toronto, Canada
2005   “Mystic Truths,” Kavi Gupta Gallery, Chicago, IL; curated by Simon Watson
2005   “Drunk Vs Stoned 2,” Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, NY, NY; curated by Elysia Borowy
2005   "Exploding Plastic Inevitable: 40 Fun Galleries," NY, NY; curated by Simon Watson
2004   “Grass and Honey,” Champion Fine Art, Brooklyn, NY; curated by David Shaw
2004   “Radicales Libres,” Central de Arte en WTC, Guadalajara, Mexico; curated by Ruben Mendez
2004   beat the reaper, Allston Skirt Gallery, Boston, MA; curated by Joe Bradley
2004   ATM Gallery, New York, NY (solo)
2004   Versus, Arena Mexico Arte Contemporaneo, Guadalajara, Mexico
2002   Collector’s Show, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
2002   “Guide to Trust 2,” Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA; curated by ANP
2002   “The Empire Strikes Back,” ATM Gallery, NY, NY; curated by Cannon Hudson & Jason Fox
2002   Momenta Art, Brooklyn, NY
2001   “Wet,” Louise Ross Gallery, NY, NY
2001   “Running in Flipflops,” Feature, NY, NY
2001   “not a Lear,” Gracie Mansion, NY, NY; curated by ANP
2000   “Back to Nature,” Derek Eller Gallery, NY, NY
2000   “Grok Terence McKenna Dead,” Feature, NY, NY
2000   “not a Lear,” Torch Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands and Art Process, Paris, France; curated by ANP
2000   ANP city projects, Cokkie Snoei, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
1999   “LOAF,” Baumgartner Galleries, NY, NY; curated by Steve DiBenedetto
1999   “Trippy World,” Baron Boisante Gallery, NY, NY
1999   M du B, F, H & G, Montreal, Canada
1998   “yoyogaga,” Feature, NY, NY
1998   WOp: works on/off paper, ANP, Antwerp, Belgium
1998   “Science,” Feature, NY, NY
1998   A.N. Gallery, Karachi, Pakistan (solo)
1997   Cokkie Snoei, Rotterdam, The Netherlands (solo)
1997   “Microcosmic Cryptozoic,” HERE, NY, NY; curated by Melissa Zexter
1996   “Technophobia, Things Change,” Dooley LeCappellaine Virtual Gallery on CDRom:
1996   Supastore de Lux, Up & Co, NY, NY; curated by Sarah Staton White Columns, NY, NY
1995   “Murder,” Bergamot Station Arts Center, Santa Monica, CA & Thread
1995   “Smells like Vinyl,” Roger Meriens Gallery, NY, NY; curated by Sarah Seager & Thaddeus Strode
1995   Waxing Space, NY, NY; curated by John Yau (catalogue)
1994   “Who killed Mr. Moonlight,” Exit Art, NY, NY; curated by Charles Labelle
1994   MOCA Benefit, MOCA, Los Angeles, CA, (catalogue)
1994   Lauren Wittels Gallery, NY, NY
1994   White Columns, NY, NY
1993   Four Walls Benefit, David Zwirner, NY, NY
1993   “Cartoonal Knowledge,” Dooley LeCappellaine, NY, NY
1993   “Outside Possibilities,” The Rushmore Festival, Woodbury, NY; curated by Bill Arning
1993   “Meat,” White Columns, NY, NY
1993   “Interzone,” John Post Lee, NY, NY; curated by Karin Bravin
1993   Sculptures, Kim Light Gallery, Los Angeles, CA (solo)
1992   “Stand-Ins,” P.S.1 Museum, Institute for Contemporary Art, L.I.C., NY; curated by Craig Kalpakjian
1992   Kim Light Gallery, Los Angeles CA
1992   “The Red Light Show,” Stitching CASCO, Utrecht, The Netherlands; curated by Jack Jaeger
1992   “The Mud Club, Winchester Cathedral & Lake Nairobi,” Gahlberg Gallery, College of DuPage, Glen Ellyn, IL; curated by Hudson (catalogue)
1992   “The Fate of the Earth,” Ceres Gallery, NY, NY
1991   Feature, NY, NY
1991   Feature Office, NY, NY
2005   Saltz, Jerry, Art Review, Village Voice, 30 March, page 77
2005   Thorson, Alice, Art Reviews, The Kansas City Star, 24 April
2004   Cotter, Holland, “Art in Review,” The New York Times, 20 February, page E34
2004   “Critics Pick” Art Reviews, TimeOut NY, 26 February, page 65
2002   Cotter, Holland, “Art in Review,” The New York Times, 19 April, page E42
1999   Johnson, Ken, “Art in Review,” The New York Times, 22 October, page E41
1999   Ivy, Angus, “Wop:ANP Antwerp, Belgium,” Zingmagazine, Vol.3 Spring/Summer, page 229-230
1998   Cotter, Holland, “ Art in Review,” The New York Times, 20 November, page E43
1998   Ali, S. Amjad, Dawn Magazine Sunday, 29 March, pages 4 and 5 (reproduction)
1998   Ali, Amra, “Jargon, Identity and Space,” The News on Sunday, 29 March, page 32
1998   Husain, Marjorie, “A Taste of the Big Apple,” The Review, 26 March, page 25 (reproduction)
1996   Lanz, Frank, ID Magazine, November
1993   Pagel, David, “Art Reviews,” Los Angeles Times, 13 May, page 5
1993   Levin, Kim, “Art in Brief,” The Village Voice, January
1993   McConnaghy, Claire, Cover, March
1992   Hagemans, Arno, “Riskant Eritiek, Maars Geen Porno in The Red Light Show,” Utrechts Nieuwsblad, 16 September
1992   Hoenjet, Frank, “de Sinaasappelhuid van De Erotiek,” Universiteitsblad Utrechts, 24 September
1992   “Feature Creatures” Flash Art, November/December, page 152