Zehra Khan lives in Provincetown, though in the last ten years has lived in Paris, Karachi, Saratoga Springs, and Boston, and likes creating transient transportable art. A Pakistani-American born in...
A photographic print is available in a limited edition of 5.
The flowers in the background are from original paintings I created in a small flat in Paris. It was created partially as a response to living far away from pastoral landscapes. It was a first to combine previously created work (the flower paintings) with the drawings of animals on skin.
During this series of drawings of rats on skin, I explored taking the photographs further away from purely documentation by creating new visual liaisons.
January 1, 2009
October 4, 2010
body, feet, field, flowers, jumping, legs, rat, skin, body painting, rat face, temporal art