Born 1984 in Islamabad, Pakistan, Amra Khan is an Inter disciplinary visual artist & educationist, based in Lahore. Graduated from National College of Arts, Lahore with a distinction in painting in 2008. Has a Masters degree in Visual arts from NCA and École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts (ENSBA) Paris, France, from 2010- 2011 She is skilled in oils, acrylics & miniature painting & often expresses her talents through human hair sculptures & video installations. Her work tends to revolve around having two poles, different ideas and personalities living in the same body, conflicting gender, religion, the male power and identity. She works to speak through and entice the observer to question tangibility. Her work has been exhibited nationally and Internationally, she Co-Curator ‘Stet’, exhibited under the umbrella of Lahore literary festival 2014 and has been a part of other curatorial projects. Her work was featured in the short film “Between the Lions” by Lewis Martin for the Cannes film festival 2011. She has participated in a significant number of group shows in London, Paris, Basel and Pakistan, Her Work has been featured in multiple print and online publications Her work is a part of the Luciano Benetton 'Imago Mundi' Collection, and other prominent collections. Her most recent exhibit was “River in an ocean” a collateral event of Lahore Biennale 01.