Quetta born Samina Iqbal completed her BFA degree at National College of Arts, Lahore in 1997 and her MFA at University of Minnesota (2003). She then went on to pursue her PhD at Virginia Commonwealth University in Art Historical Studies focusing on South Asian Art.
Iqbal has been an educator for several years. She has taught at Appalachian State University North Carolina, Beaconhouse National University, Lahore and Virginia Commonwealth University Richmond, Virginia. Samina currently lives and works between USA and Pakistan.
Iqbal has applied several techniques and methods in her work including printmaking, painting and installations, all widely appreciated. At Khaas, she displayed her Intaglio prints; a printmaking technique that emerged in Europe in the 1390s. Her work has been exhibited in several countries such as England, Pakistan, India and USA.
The artist’s work was part of Origins, a group exhibition at Khaas Gallery, Islamabad (2014).
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