Saba Khan

Saba Khan is a visual artist and founded Murree Museum Artist Residency, an artist-led initiative in 2014 in the British colonial hill-station, Murree. Her work varies from painting, sculpture, photography to installation, used as tropes to comment on the emerging aspirational class, along with the ‘bad-tastes’ in religious ceremonies, homes and the bazaar. Recent thematic residencies have been on ecology, impact of development and mass tourism on the town of Murree, turning it into a tiny hill metropolis in disarray. She has won grants from Foundation for the Arts Initiative, Fulbright, Graham Foundation and Sharjah Art Foundation and exhibited at Karachi Biennale (2018).