Zehra Khan is a multi-disciplinary artist who likes to make things by hand. When she's not drawing, she may be making sculpture, installations, performances, costumes, photography or films.
A Pakistani-American born in Indonesia, Khan lived in Paris and Switzerland before moving to the US for high school. She attended Skidmore College and received an MFA from the Mass College of Art & Design low-residency program at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, MA in 2009.
Khan is a current participant of the NYC Drawing Center Viewing Program and the deCordova Museum Corporate Lending Program. She has attended art residencies at Yaddo, I-Park, the Vermont Studio Center, the Post-Contemporary, and ArtLab at the Virginia Mountain Lake Biological Station. In 2012 she was artist-in-residence for the C-Scape Dune Shack and was awarded a MA Cultural Council Fellowship in Drawing. She co-authored a children’s book, “A Sunny Day for Flowers”, published by Soberscove Press in 2013. Khan calls Provincetown, MA, home.
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