Waqas Khan

A graduate printmaker, artist Waqas Khan draws parallels between biology and an autonomous identity, inspired in part by the literature of Sufi poets. His works are represented in prestigious public collections, including London’s British Museum and Victoria & Albert Museum, the Kiran Nadar Museum in India and the Deutsche Bank Collection in Frankfurt.

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The Library Has No Letters II
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The Breath of the Compassionate IV
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Dancer’s Eye
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Interruption II
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Line of Force II
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My Small Dancing Particles
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Paradisiacal
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The Breath of the Compassionate
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Tranquil Pool
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Untitled III
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The Breath of the Compassionate VI
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Line of Force II
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Forming Spaces II
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Memory
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Transpired
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Line of Force I
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Untitled III
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The Library Has No Letters
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Paper Woven Jar-8,9,10
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After Time Desired II (AP Series)
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Animal Print-III
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Arbitrary Metrics II
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Burial Object ‘Steps’
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Cocoon Top series-1
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Paper Woven Jar-6, 7
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Urn 'Kreuz'
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