Huma Bhabha

Text by Thomas McEvilley and Julie Mehretu.

Pakistan-born, New York-based artist Huma Bhabha (born 1962) makes fragile sculptures and assemblages composed from detritus, construction materials and found objects. This first survey of her work contains a wealth of full-color illustrations, an interview with Julie Mehretu and an essay by Thomas McEvilley.

$75.00

Publisher: Peter Blum Editions

Artists: Huma Bhabha

Publication Date: 2011

Binding: Harcover

Dimensions: 9.25 × 13.25 in.

Pages: 140 pages

Reproductions: 91 illustrations

ISBN: 9780935875256

Retail: $75.00 | £65.00

Status: Out Of Print

Huma Bhabha

Since the 1990s, Huma Bhabha (b. 1962) has become known for layered and nuanced work that centers on reinvention of the figure and its expressive possibilities. Her formally inventive practice encompasses sculpture, drawings, and photography. Born in Karachi, Pakistan, Bhabha moved to the United States in 1981 to attend Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, from which she received her BFA in 1985. She later studied at the School of the Arts at Columbia University, New York, from which she received her MFA in 1989. The artist presently lives and works in Poughkeepsie, New York.

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