Solo Exhibitions

Welcome! A Palazzo for Immigrants 
Fondazione Berengo, Palazzo Franchetti
Venice - In conjunction with the 60th International Art Exhibition - La Biennale di Venezia Stranieri Ovunque - Foreigners Everywhere

Where it Began
Cartwright Hall Art Gallery, Bradford
A Prelude to Bradford City of Culture 2025

Queer Feet
Charleston -Sussex Modern
23rd September to 14th April 2024
Solo - Queer Feet and Works on Paper


‘Embodiments of Memory’
British Ceramics Biennale
The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery
Stoke on Trent

Rituals and Spells
Cromwell Place, London

What is Seen & What is Not
Victoria & Albert Museum, London

Being Somewhere Else
Ikon Gallery, Birmingham

Migrant Festival, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham

Public Art Installation

Infinity Pattern 1, Ikon Gallery & Selfridges Birmingham
selected through an International competition

Group Exhibitions

‘More Immigrants Please’ - Artichoke

New Contemporaries - Camden Art Centre, London

Vadehra Gallery, New Delhi

Art Bomb Factory Marleybone, London

Terra, Couvent des Jacobins, Burgundy France

Like Paradise, Claridges Art Space, London

Life is More Important Than Art, Whitechapel Gallery, London  ‘An Immigrant’s Room of Her Own’ - new commission & iteration of former installation

One That Includes Myth, Goodman Gallery, London

Brink, Royal College of Art, London

Alea Iacta Est, Vistamare, Milan 
curated by Milovan Farronato and artists include Anthea Hamilton, Celia Hempton, Goshka Macuga, Eddie Peake, Prem Sahib, Lucy Mckenzie, Mariya Loboda, Christodoulos Panayiotou

‘Spaces of Transcendence’
Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Sydney
Sufi & Trans-gender rituals (New Commission)

Glasstress, Berengo Fondazione, Venice

Radical Figures: Painting in the New Millennium, Whitechapel Gallery, London 
‘Her Dreams Are Bigger’ & panel discussion

Malevich Symposium: The Power of Sound, 180 Strand, London
performative costumes for Haroon Mirza

A Rich Tapestry: Curated by Jonathan Watkins & Ayesha Khalid, Lahore Biennale, Lahore
new commission for ‘Huis-Clos (No Exit)’

Between the Sun and the Moon,
Lahore Biennale, Lahore
collaboration with Haroon Mirza on ‘A belief is not the truth because the truth is unbelievable’

Nightfall, Mendes Wood DM, Brussels
curated by Fernanda Brenner, Milovan Farronato, Erika Verzutti

Volcano Extravaganza, Fiorucci Art Trust, Stromboli
performance with Cecilia Bengolea and Haroon Mirza

Total Anastrophes, Dhaka Art Summit, Dhaka
curated by Runa Islam and Milovan Farronato

The Fabric of India
Cincinnati Art Museum, Ohio
Toured by V&A Museum

The Fabric of India, Ringling  Museum, Florida

The Wedding Dresses 1775-2014, V&A Museum, London

Reconstruction, British Council
                          Lahore Museum, Lahore
                           Central State Museum, Almaty
                           Georgian National Museum, Tbilisi
                 , Tashkent
                           Bangladesh National Museum, Dhaka

Design of the Year Awards, Design Museum, London

Jerwood: Fashion, Film and Fiction, The Wapping Project, London