Simone Subal Gallery

  • Mother, 2019. Two way mirror film, acrylic, chromatic prints. 30 × 24 inches (76.20 × 60.96 cm).
  • Mother, 2019 (side view). Two way mirror film, acrylic, chromatic prints. 30 × 24 inches (76.20 × 60.96 cm).
  • Acoustic Sound Blanket 7, 2019. Silk, felt, industrial sound insulation, gold custom embroidering. 94 × 85 inches (238.76 × 215.90 cm).
  • Reflection, 2019. Two way mirror film, acrylic, chromatic prints. 24 × 18 inches (60.96 × 45.72 cm).
  • Privacy Control, 2018. Acrylic sheets, two-way mirror film, steel poles, vinyl. 98 × 96 × 18 inches (248.92 × 243.84 × 45.72 cm).
  • Privacy Control, 2018. Acrylic sheets, two-way mirror film, steel poles, vinyl. 98 × 96 × 18 inches (248.92 × 243.84 × 45.72 cm).
  • Text from Privacy Control, 2018. Acrylic sheets, two-way mirror film, steel poles, vinyl. 98 × 96 × 18 inches (248.92 × 243.84 × 45.72 cm).
  • Installation view of Not for everybody, curated by Allie Tepper, Simone Subal Gallery, New York, 2018.
  • Kneeling, 2018. Acrylic, vinyl decal, chromatic prints. 24 × 18 inches (60.96 × 45.72 cm).
  • The Unknown, 2018. Two way mirror film, acrylic, chromatic prints. 24 × 18 inches (60.96 × 45.72 cm).
  • Installation view of Rituals, curated by Courtenay Finn, Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, Colorado, 2018.
  • Installation view of Long, Winding Journeys: Contemporary Art and the Islamic Tradition, curated by Elizabeth Rooklidge, Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, New York, 2018.
  • Nike ID #2, 2018 (detail). Nike ID Tag customized Nike Air Force One mid-top shoes.
  • Nike ID #2, 2018 (detail). Nike ID Tag customized Nike Air Force One mid-top shoes.
  • Installation view of precious not precious, OSMOS Address, New York, 2018.
  • Installation view of precious not precious, OSMOS Address, New York, 2018.
  • Seat #7 [Feat.], 2018. Prayer rugs, artist’s underwear, pleather. 42 x 45 x 3.5 inches.
  • Installation view of precious not precious, OSMOS Address, New York, 2018.
  • Seat #10 [Feat.], 2018. Pleather, artist’s underwear, prayer rugs, synthetic hair, 52 x 54 x 3 inches.
  • Seat #11, 2018. Prayer rugs, artist’s underwear, textiles, pleather, metal chain. 57 x 49 x 3.5 inches.
  • Installation view of iamuslima, Participant INC., New York, 2017.
  • Performance documentation, Braidrage, 2017.
  • 99 Holds, 2017. Indoor rock-climbing wall made from 99 unique poured dyed resin casts of the corners of the artist’s body. Embedded with wearable Cuban chains, hair, and hypothermia blankets. Dimensions variable.
  • 99 Holds, 2017 (detail). Indoor rock-climbing wall made from 99 unique poured dyed resin casts of the corners of the artist’s body. Embedded with wearable Cuban chains, hair, and hypothermia blankets. Dimensions variable.
  • 99 Holds, 2017 (detail). Indoor rock-climbing wall made from 99 unique poured dyed resin casts of the corners of the artist’s body. Embedded with wearable Cuban chains, hair, and hypothermia blankets. Dimensions variable.
  • Handmade wool rugs custom designed by artist, made in Kashmir, India, 48 × 30 inches, 2017.
  • Handmade wool rugs (detail) custom designed by artist, made in Kashmir, India, 48 × 30 inches, 2017.
  • Installation view of iamuslima, Participant INC., New York, 2017.
  • Fasting (30-day fast by the lunar calendar), 2017. Monotone screen-print, 59 × 50 inches.
  • Pilgrimage (visiting the Kaaba, which is adorned in black cloth as are so many practicing women), 2017. Monotone screen-print. 59 × 50 inches.
  • Acoustic Sound Blankets, 2017. Silk, felt, industrial sound insulation, gold custom embroidering. 90 × 85 inches.
  • Acoustic Sound Blankets, 2017 (detail). Silk, felt, industrial sound insulation, gold custom embroidering. 90 × 85 inches.
  • Acoustic Sound Blankets (performance), 2017. Sessions, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.
  • Acoustic Sound Blankets (performance documentation), 2018. Fort Worth, Texas.
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Baseera Khan was born in 1980 in Denton, Texas and lives and works in New York City. Selected solo and two-person shows include: Simone Subal Gallery, New York (forthcoming, 2019); Jenkins Johnson Gallery, Brooklyn, with Rico Gatson (2019); Colorado Springs Fine Art Centers, Colorado (2018); Texas Christian University College of Fine Arts, Fort Worth, Texas (2017); Participant Inc. Gallery, New York (2017); and Critical Practices Inc., New York (2015). Selected group exhibitions include: University Art Museum, University at Albany, SUNY (forthcoming, 2019); Helena Anrather, New York (2019); Simone Subal Gallery, New York (2018); MoCA Tucson, Arizona (2018); Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, New York (2018); 47 Canal, New York (2018); Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York (2018); AFRICA’SOUT!, New York (2018); The Kitchen, New York (2018); Kate Werble Gallery, New York (2018); Sculpture Center, New York (2018); Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, Colorado (2018); Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (2017); Queens Museum, New York (2017); and Socrates Sculpture Park, New York (2017); Abrons Art Center, New York (2017).