they, them, she, her, he, him
Sa’dia Rehman’s work explores how contemporary and historical images communicate, consolidate and contest ideas about gender, empire, migration and labor. She pulls apart and put together images from family photographs, historical records, and mass media to interrogate their resonances. Rehman has exhibited work at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Queens Museum, Columbus Museum of Art, The Kitchen, Kentler International Drawing Space, Ctrl+Shft, ABCnoRio, Five Myles Gallery, Center for Book Arts, Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU and Pakistan National Council of the Arts. She was a recipient of the Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson Grant and the Meredith Morabito and Henrietta Mantooth Fellowship. She has been awarded residencies at Abrons Art Center, Asian American Arts Alliance, Edward Albee Foundation, Vermont Studio Center, NARS Foundation, ASI/LMCC & Creative Capital and AIM Bronx Museum. Her work has been featured in the NYTimes, Harper's, Art Papers and ColorLines. She is the 2021-22 Artist in Residence at the Wexner Center for the Arts, OH where she will develop new work for a project that will be presented at the Wex in 2023.