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Huma Bhabha

Untitled, 2009

India ink and colored ink drawing, on color photograph
60 7/10 × 40 3/5 in
154.3 × 103.2 cm
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Property from a Private Canadian Collection

Framed

Property from a Private Canadian Collection

Framed

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Signed, titled and dated in black ink on the reverse
Huma Bhabha
Pakistani, b. 1962
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Huma Bhabha sculpts poetic assemblages of tactile, unconventional materials, such as Styrofoam, air-dried clay, wire, cork, and construction scraps. Sometimes described as “post-apocalyptic,” Bhabha's pieces thread figuration and abstraction, fusing elements of architecture to form a landscape-like sense of place. Making diverse cultural references, from the cinematography of the Andrei Tarkhovsky's sci-fi classic Stalker (1979) to the architecture of Cambodia’s ancient temples at Angkor Wat, Bhabha’s work transcends specificity to explore the universal, “eternal concerns” of all cultures: war, colonialism, displacement, and longing. Bhabha often produces pastel drawings and photographs in conjunction with her installations, reworking them in ink to blend uncanny, expressive figuration with Modernist abstraction.

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About the work
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Property from a Private Canadian Collection

Framed

Property from a Private Canadian Collection

Framed

Signature
Signed, titled and dated in black ink on the reverse
Huma Bhabha
Pakistani, b. 1962
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Huma Bhabha sculpts poetic assemblages of tactile, unconventional materials, such as Styrofoam, air-dried clay, wire, cork, and construction scraps. Sometimes described as “post-apocalyptic,” Bhabha's pieces thread figuration and abstraction, fusing elements of architecture to form a landscape-like sense of place. Making diverse cultural references, from the cinematography of the Andrei Tarkhovsky's sci-fi classic Stalker (1979) to the architecture of Cambodia’s ancient temples at Angkor Wat, Bhabha’s work transcends specificity to explore the universal, “eternal concerns” of all cultures: war, colonialism, displacement, and longing. Bhabha often produces pastel drawings and photographs in conjunction with her installations, reworking them in ink to blend uncanny, expressive figuration with Modernist abstraction.

Huma Bhabha

Untitled, 2009

India ink and colored ink drawing, on color photograph
60 7/10 × 40 3/5 in
154.3 × 103.2 cm
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