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ASC Brixton
United Kingdom

Adia Wahid

Born in Karachi, Pakistan

Lives and works in London, UK



2016-2018 Royal College of Art

2008 -2012 Chelsea College of Arts and Design

1991-1993 London School of Economics and Political Science


Upcoming Exhibitions

2020 Freelands Foundation, London, Grit

2020 Milton Gallery, London, Grid Collective


Solo Exhibitions

2017 Alice Black Art, London, Adia Wahid


Group Exhibitions

2020 AORA space, Virtual Platform, - artists

2020 Fitzrovia Gallery, London, When You Make Sense I Feel

2019 Thames Side Studios Gallery, London, Modern Finance

2019 Fitzrovia Gallery, London, A Raw Garden

2019 The Palace of Westminster-celebrating 100 years of Suffragettes, London, Barry Bliss: 30 Women Painters

2019 Blyth Gallery, London, Grid::Preset

2018 Royal College of Art, London, Link-Up Motive : Karkhana Project

2018 Royal College of Art, London, MA Show

2018 Abstract Project, Paris, Intercontinental Line 2

2018 Hockney Gallery, London, Thumbnails

2017 Royal College of Art, London, WIP Show

2017 Second Floor Studios, London, Three 100

2016 Lychee One, London, The Abstraction of Continents and Continents of Abstraction

2016 Turps Gallery, London, Turps Summer Show

2016 Rye Creative, Rye, Correspondence Show

2016 The Artworks, Halifax, Correspondence Show

2014 Turps Banana End of Year Show, London, Correspond

2012 Chelsea College of Art and Design, London, Degree Show


Awards and Residencies.

2020 Stellar International Art Foundation, Selected Artist for 2020


Print and social media

2020 Alt-Africa, How to get into art and get a cultural fix during quarantine – Adia Wahid,

2020 Art curator Jenn Ellis, Instagram Art Bites- Adia Wahid,

2020 Private Art Investor, How COVID-19 Is Accelerating Innovation In Art,

2020 Catalogue Essay, Tilde Fredholm, When You Make Sense I Feel

2019 Catalogue Essay, Ivan Seal, Grid::Preset

2018 FAD Magazine, Adia Wahid

2017 Catalogue Essay, John Slyce, Adia Wahid: The Everyday Practices of Life

 2017 Wall Street International, Adia Wahid Harmonious Discord,

2017 World of Interiors, Adia Wahid

2017 Lychee One Exhibition Essay, Jonathan Miles, The Abstraction of Continents and Continents of Abstraction

2012 Abstract Critical – Painting Around the Degree Shows

Royal College of Art
5 years old