Adia Wahid
Born in Karachi, Pakistan
Lives and works in London, UK

2016-2018 Royal College of Art
2008 -2012 Chelsea College of Arts and Design
1991-1993 London School of Economics and Political Science

Solo Exhibitions
2017 Alice Black Art, London, Adia Wahid

Two Person Exhibition
2023 Studio Voltaire, London, IN HOUSE 

Group Exhibitions
2023 Georgie Wolton Home, London, A House, A Home & A Landscape
2023 Lea Bridge Library, London, CITE
2023 Ruskins Gallery, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, The New Accelerator
2023 Exposed Art Projects, London, Preconscious Landscape
2022 Cooke Latham Gallery, London,Glitch: The City as Palimpsest 
2022 A.P.T Gallery, London, Improvisation
2022 Exeter Phoenix, Exeter, Patternicity 
2022 ASC Gallery, London, Patternicity
2022 Large Glass Gallery, London, Iris
2022 Terrace Gallery, London, Between The Bars
2021 Kristin Hjellegjerde, Schloss Goerne, Facing The Sun
2021 Kristin Hjellegjerde, London, Wabi – Sabi
2021 AMP Gallery, London, Blink And Youll Miss It Part 1 – The Gathering
2020 Open Space Contemporary, Online, 10 Minutes with Adia WahidExternal Link
2020 AORA : 1, External Link
2020 Stellar Projects, Church House Westminster London, Art And The Algorithm
2020 Fitzrovia Gallery, London, When You Make Sense I Feel
2019 Thames Side Studios Gallery, London, Modern Finance
2019 Fitzrovia Gallery, London, A Raw Garden
2019 The Palace of Westminster-celebrating 100 years of Suffragettes, London, Barry Bliss: 30 Women Painters
2019 Blyth Gallery, London, Grid::Preset
2018 Royal College of Art, London, Link-Up Motive : Karkhana Project