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Salman Toor



Salman Toor’s commentary is on the uneasy relationship between the privileged and the poor in a highly polarized society.  He addresses emotions such as bourgeoisie guilt and the escape into hedonism and willful blindness.

Born in Lahore, Pakistan, 1983
Lives and works in Brooklyn, New York

2009 Masters of Fine Art (Painting), The Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York
2006 Bachelors of Fine Art (Painting and Drawing), with Honors, Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware Ohio

2009 Wounds, Aicon Gallery, London
Purdah: Body Matters, The Halvai Gallery, New York
Exchange Show, Montclair University MFA Gallery, Montclair, New Jersey
Pratt MFA Thesis Show, Stueben Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
I Think The Word Is Dignity, Lumenhouse Gallery, Brooklyn, New York

2012 Letters To Taseer, Taseer Art Gallery

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