Farrukh Adnan received his bachelor’s in visual communication design from National College of Arts, Lahore (2009). He completed his master’s in Art and Design Studies from Beaconhouse National University with the prestigious scholarship of South Asia Foundation (SAF) Madanjeet’s Singh Institute for South Asian Studies (2014). Adnan also spent time as a design consultant and visual artist for several advertising and creative agencies. Adnan taughtphotography as a visiting lecturer at NCA, Lahore (2015) and Drawing and History of Art at National College of Business Administration and Economics, Lahore (2016). Recent solo and two person exhibitions include: Excavations at Rohtas 2 Gallery, Lahore (2018), Distorted Paradigms, two-person exhibition with Mamona Riaz at Satrang Art Gallery, Islamabad (2017), Enigmatic Spaces at Koel Gallery, Karachi (2017), Museum of Wasted Love, two-person exhibition with Mahboob Jokhio at Full Circle Gallery, Karachi (2016), Unfolding Matters at Sanat Initiative Gallery, Karachi (2015). Selected group shows: Art for Education: Contemporary artist from Pakistan (Charity Auction) curated by Salima Hashmi & Rosa Maria Falvo at Carlo Maria Martini Diocesan Museum Milan (2018); Boiling Springs Art Exhibition of Pakistan Belt and Road Suzhou University Museum Beijing China (2018); Who is Afraid of Art? curated by AsadHayee at Alhamrah Arts Council, Lahore (2018); Imago Mundi: Luciano Benetton Collection Lines in the Sand: Contemporary Art from Pakistan curated by Amanullah Mojadidi Venice Biennale, Italy (2018); Open Fields curated by Aasim Akhtar at Pakistan National Council of Arts with the collaboration of American Embassy, Islamabad (2016); Migration and Movement, Close Together project by Voice Breaking Boundaries, Houston (2014-2015). Farrukh Adnan lives and works in Lahore.