Fiza Khatri paints and draws a catalogue of intimate moments from her immediate environment. Her tender, spirited brushwork courses with affection and pulls us through the spaces in which she operates. Pointing to the social constructions that shape her world, Khatri speaks to the complexities of articulating and, to an extent, performing queerness.


Recent exhibitions include Don’t Pretend You Can’t Hear, The Clemente Center, New York, NY (US); a language where yesterday and tomorrow are the same word: Kal, Twelve Gates Arts, Philadelphia, PA (US); Humor Has It, Olympia Gallery, New York, NY (US); Action Required, Green Gallery, New Haven, CT (US); Sailoon and Other Stories, Jhaveri Contemporary, Online Viewing Room & London (UK); Open Studios, Karachi (PK) and Is It Possible to Live Outside of Language?IVS Gallery, Karachi (PK).


Fiza Khatri participates in the exhibition Close: Curated by Russell Tovey, on view March 4 - April 6, 2023. For information about the artist please visit Jhaveri Contemporary.