Nazia Akram


Nazia Akram

Nazia began her study of art as a freshman in Fine Arts from the Corcoran College of Arts in Washington D.C. She graduated with a BFA from the Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture in 2005 where she majored in Painting and minored in Photography. She obtained a MFA from Central St. Martins College, London in 2011, with a focus on Photography and Video Art. After acquiring her master’s she went on to study documentary filmmaking at the London Film Academy in 2012.

  • Group exhibition entitled ‘Occupying the Third space’ at Satrang Gallery, Serena, September 2017, Islamabad, Pakistan
  • Group exhibition entitled ‘Imitation of Life’ at Fomma Trust, October 2016, Karachi Pakistan
  • Video Art installation entitled ‘Sama’ for RMP at the Alchemy Festival, South Bank Centre, May 2016, London
  • Directed and released documentary ‘Sisters in Arms’ produced by (ISPR), 2014. Screened at Human Rights Council, UN, Geneva, June 2015
  • Photographs published for coffee table book, Coke Studio’s, Season 6 ‘Sound of the Nation’, and ‘Kam Sukhan’ published by Markings, 2013, Karachi, Pakistan
  • A solo exhibition of Paintings and Photographs at World Trade Organization, WTO, October 2012, Geneva, Switzerland
  • Paintings and Photographs exhibited at the Art Pavilion for Regents Canal Festival, July 2012, London, UK
  • Video Art installations ‘Journey of the Soul’ exhibited in the Oxo Tower Wharf, January 2011, London, UK
  • Photography exhibition on at High Commission of Pakistan, September 2011, London, UK
  • Solo exhibition- Photography on ‘Sufism in Pakistan’ at World Intellectual Property Organization, WIPO, 2010, Geneva
  • Group exhibition, painting, at the Khaas Gallery, 2008 and 2007, Islamabad, Pakistan


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