Saba Hasan Saba Hasan did her Masters in cultural anthropology from Delhi University (1985) and Ecole d’Arts Visuals Academy, Switzerland (1998), after which she went on to study at the Art History Summer School, Cambridge University, UK (2000). She also received the fellowship for Culture Studies from Syracuse University, New York in 1986. Ms. Hasan held her first solo show at the India International Centre (New Delhi,1996), and went on to participate in several other solo and group shows both in India and abroad. Some of these were as follows: “Colour Bulwark” (Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi, 2000); “The Written Word” (Apparao Galleries, Chennai, 2004); the Florence Biennale (Italy, 2005); “Letters from Baton Rouge” (Paris, 2006); “Indifferent History” (Cymroza Art Gallery, Mumbai, 2007); “Art for Freedom” (Bonham’s/ Asia House Auction, London, 2007); “Ten Creative Forces” (Tao Art Gallery (Mumbai), Navya Art Gallery (Delhi) & Time and Space Gallery (Bangalore), 2008); “Contemporary Drawings” (Emami Chisel Art, Calcutta,2010); and “Visual Ventures” (Emami Chisel Art, Calcutta, 2011), to mention just a few. Ms. Hasan’s works are with collectors in India, UK, Switzerland, Sri Lanka, Japan, Holland, USA, Spain and France. She is also the recipient of several awards, fellowships and felicitations such as the Fellowship for Culture Studies, Syracuse University, New York (1986), the Ecole D’Arts Visuels - Academie, Lausanne, Switzerland (1998), the George Keyt Foundation Residency, Sri Lanka (2002), the Artists Residency Award by the French Government, Paris (2006), and the Raza Foundation National Award for Painting (2007), amongst others. Saba Hasan lives and works in New Delhi.