Samina Mansuri is multi-disciplinary artist based in Toronto, Canada. Born in Karachi, Pakistan, she has received her BFA from Pratt Institute, New York and MFA from Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh USA. Mansuri has exhibited her work internationally for over two decades. Exhibitions include Out of Rubble, (2012-2015) various venues USA, Leaning Towards Collapse, A Space gallery, Toronto, Canada (2011) Empire of Dreams: Phenomenology of the built environment, Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, Toronto, Canada (2010) Double Consciousness, Mattress Factory, USA (2007), Post-Object, Doris McCarthy gallery, Scarborough, Canada (2007), Beyond Borders, National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai, India (2005), Darr: 37 Conversations, Centre A gallery, Vancouver (2004), Pakistan: Another Vision, Brunei Gallery (UK 2000), Open Wounds, Eicher gallery, New Delhi, India (1997), Intelligent Rebellion,UK (touring various venues, 1994 -1995) and Tampered Surface, UK (touring various venues 1995-1996). She is one of the founding members of VASL, which provides international residencies and workshops. She is the recipient of several grants including the Ontario Arts Council and the Canada Council for the Arts. Her works are represented in public and private collections internationally and her works are featured and reviewed in exhibition catalogs, books, newspapers and journals. Residencies include, Gasworks, London, UK, Banff Center for the Arts, Alberta, Canada, The Santa Fe Art Institute, New Mexico, USA, the Vermont Studio Center, USA and the International Studio and Curatorial Residency, New York, USA. She is based in Toronto, Canada.

A Bruch With The Past

A Curious Cohesion

A New Root

A State Of Flux

Art Exhibition

Art In Transition

ASH… Photographic

Back To Roots

Back To The Zenana

Brave New Woman

City Scrape

Closed Circuits

Creative Tension

Doing What Their Perceptions Tell Them

Exploding Roots

Life Lines

Negotiating The Mediated Image

Pretty With A Punch

Samina Mansuri Drawings With Multiple Implications

Sisters In Art

Strange Fruit

Subtle Interplay

The Mystery Of Self-Exploration

Underground Art

Westward Hue