Amna Asghar

Amna Asghar, The Voice and the Soul, 2018acrylic and screen print on canvas18 × 12 inches, 45.72 × 30.48 cm
Amna Asghar, Refuge Year, 2018acrylic and screen print on canvas14 × 20 inches, 35.56 × 50.80 cm
Amna Asghar, An Ideal Other, 2017acrylic and screen print on canvas20 x 14 inches, 50.80 x 35.56 cm
Amna Asghar, Keep in mind Live in within your limits I know what you are, 2017acrylic and screen print on canvas4 canvases: 40 x 63 inches, 101.60 x 160.02 cm
Amna Asghar, Baby (AA), 2017acrylic and screen print on canvas50 x 42 inches, 127 x 106.68 cm
Amna Asghar, Jazb (Absorb), 2017acrylic and screen print on canvas32 x 40 inches, 81.28 x 101.60 cm
Amna Asghar, No way, revolution, parasite, 2016acrylic and screen print on canvas40 x 36 inches, 101.60 x 91.44 cm
Amna Asghar, Touch Me Minto (Halo), 2017acrylic and screenprint on canvasdiptych 40 x 54 inches, 101.60 x 160.02 cm



MFA, Rhode Island School of Design

BFA, Michigan State University

Solo Exhibitions

Portals, Klaus von Nichtssagend, New York, NY
, Klaus von Nichtssagend, New York, NY
The Armory Show FOCUS Section, curated by Jarrett Gregory, Harmony Murphy Gallery, New York, NY

Group Exhibitions

Parallels and Peripheries: Migration and Mobility, curated by Larry Ossei-Mensah, VisArts, Rockville, MD
Halal Metropolis, curated by Sally Howell, Osman Kahn, and Razi Jafri, Indus Detroit, Detroit, MI
Hedonist Buddhist, Washington Project for the Arts, Washington D.C.

Myth, Memory, and Migration: Stories from the Asian Diaspora, curated by Tiffany Jaeyeon Shin, NARS Foundation, Brooklyn, NY

Cutting Room Floor, Karst and Gorse, Wappingers Falls, NY
(O), The Stranger, curated by Loney Abrams, Hotel Art Pavilion, Brooklyn, NY
In Search of Miss Ruthless, Para Site, Hong Kong, CN
Open Shelf Library: The Stacks, Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, Denver, CO
Whitney Houston Biennial, curated by C Finley, Greatest Love of All, New York, NY
Cutting Room Floor, Karst and Gorse, Hudson, NY
Through Thick and Thin: Image Painting Today, Erin Cluley Gallery, Dallas, TX
UNTITLED San Francisco, Harmony Murphy Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Nasty Women Exhibition, The Knockdown Center, Queens, NY

Signaling to the Cipher Towards a Segway, Curated by Jesse David Penridge, Field Projects, Online Exhibition, New York, NY
80 x 80, Mint Museum, Charlotte, NC
Flat Foldability, Harmony Murphy Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Typecast, curated by Jarvis DuBois, Hillyer Art Space, Washington, DC

Language vs. Language, Sol Koffler Gallery, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI

RISD Annual Graduate Thesis Exhibition, RI Convention Center, Providence, RI
RISD 2014 MFA Painting Thesis Exhibition, Nancy Margolis Gallery, New York, NY
Storage and Transport, Hawkeye Crates, Brooklyn, NY, curated by Carl Johns
The Last Brucennial, Vito Schnabel & the Bruce High Quality Foundation, New York, NY

At Your Leisure, 111 Front Street Gallery 200, Brooklyn, NY
Ten-X, Community College of Rhode Island, Warwick, RI

Too Big to Fail, Sol Koffler Graduate Student Gallery, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI

Cluster Bomb, The Bowery Poetry Club-Elizabeth Murray Art Wall, New York, NY

In Spite of the Evidence, Gallery Project, Ann Arbor, MI

Enak Enak, Bauchhund Gallery, Berlin, Germany
Bring Down pt.1, Ludwig-Lowe Hofe. Berlin, Germany
Bring Down pt.2, Altelierhof Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany

Award and Residencies

Rhode Island School of Design Fellowship & Honors

Rhode Island School of Design Fellowship & Honors

Artist in Resident, Contemporary Artists Center-Woodside, Troy, NY

Artist in Resident, Ox-Bow, Fall Residency, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Saugatuck, MI
Artist in Resident, Culturia, Berlin, Germany

Jens Plumb Award, Michigan State University

Printmaking Recognition Award, Michigan State University
Nomination: Outstanding Senior Achievement Award, Michigan State University
Nomination: Excellence in Diversity Award, Michigan State University


Tarar, Suljuk Mustansar, At the Armory Art Show, The Friday Times, June 16th 2017
Brewer, Jenny, What if Warhol was Pakistani?: artist Amna Asghar explores her Muslim American identity, It’s Nice That, March 8th 2017
Blake, Rebecca, Internation Woman’s Day Yields Treasure Troves of Work by Women, Graphic Artists Guild, March 13 2017
Five Trends We Spotted at New York’s Armory Show,, March 7 2017
Abrams, Loney, 9 Armory Artworks that Actually Mean Something, Artspace, March 3 2017
20 Artists to Watch at The Armory Show, Artsy Editorial, March 1 2017
Lannin, Kelsey, 9 Eye-Grabbing Works from UNTITLED, San Francisco, The Creators Project, Jan 27 2017

Do Your Own Dishes, quarterly zine, October 2016
Destroyer, No Pop Gallery, New Haven, CT, Summer 2016
Winston, Tyrell, Amna Asghar Studio Visit, MTV RE:DEFINE, March 2016

Panel Discussion, On Language Learning, Critical Practices Inc., La Table Ronde PI.LTR#4.1, Rhode Island School of Design