Amna Asghar is a part of the Commissioner Detroit Inaugural Artist Editions, a program that brings together locals and artists in their cities. Click here to watch a video of Asghar discussing her process.
Klaus Gallery participated in NADA Miami art fair with works by Amna Asghar, Glen Baldridge, Holly Coulis, Alex Dodge, Jennifer J. Lee, David Scanavino, and Kemar Keanu Wynter.
Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery is excited to present work online at Platform this month. New paintings by Graham Anderson and Amna Asghar will be available through November.
Amna Asghar’s first solo museum exhibition, “Well Wishes” at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, was reviewed by Sara Barron in the Detroit Metro Times.
Amna Asghar’s first solo museum exhibition, Well Wishes, is on view at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit. Well Wishes features works that intertwine Asghar’s familial archive with found images from American and Pakistani popular cultures. The exhibition suggests that art is a technology that can flatten time, shorten geographical distance, and speak across cultural borders. The exhibition runs June 4 – August 8, 2021.
Amna Asghar is showing a selection of paintings in Stretched, a group show focused on contemporary painting, at the Arlington Arts Center in Arlington, VA. The show runs from March 27 – June 5, 2021. 3550 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, VA 22201.
Amna Asghar will be exhibiting a series of works in Halal Metropolis, curated by Sally Howell, Osman Kahn, and Razi Jafri, at Indus Detroit. Show opens June 21st and runs through July 31st.
1713 Waverly Street, Detroit, MI.
Amna Asghar has new work on view in Hedonist Buddhist, at Washington Project for the Arts in Washington DC. The show runs from April 13 – June 23, 2019.
WPA Annex, 1921 8th Street NW, Washington, DC 20001
Amna Asghar is interviewed about the influence of Andy Warhol on the occasion of the Whitney Museum’s “Andy Warhol: A to B and Back Again.”
Amna Asghar has a new edition entitled Forever Yours, now available through Exhibition A.
Amna Asghar is showing two paintings in a group show: What We Loved Was Not Enough, at Super Dutchess. The show is up through May 27th. 53 Orchard Street, NYC
Amna Asghar will have a painting in “Myth, Memory, and Migration: Stories from the Asian Diaspora” curated by Tiffany Jaeyeon Shin. The show opens at the NARS Foundation on January 26 from 6 to 8 pm. The show runs through February 23rd.
Amna Asghar will be exhibiting two paintings in Cutting Room Floor, a group show at Karst and Gorse in Wappingers Falls, New York. The show runs from October 13 – November 12, 2017. 14 Market Street, Wappingers Falls, New York.
Amna Asghar + Alex Ito, “(O), The Stranger” at Hotel Art Pavilion. The show runs until September 23.