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August - December 2017
"The Land in Between"
Group Show curated by Samantha Ripa di Meana
Roots Contemporary Gallery, Kenya

11 May - 14 May 2017
Uniforms for "Pop-Up Store L'EQUIPPEE"
Le Perchoir, Paris

17 Oct - 16 Dec 2016
UNI-FORM/MULTI-FORM (or mistaken identity)
Curated by Samantha Ripa di Meana, Roots Contemporary Gallery, Kenya

2 Nov - 29 Nov 2015
"PhotoWerkBerlin Award 2015 - Germany"
EyeContact - The 25 Shortlist

December 2012
Humboldt University, Berlin

22 May - 24 May 2011
"Plastic Flowers Dancing in Russia's Backyard - Tajikistan
Gene Frankel Theatre, New York

About Nura

Qureshi’s range encompasses fine art photography as well as photojournalism. In 2008, she was awarded a grant to travel to Cambodia and document survivors of the Khmer Rouge. She has also documented medical missions in Ghana and Guatemala. Qureshi’s work has been featured in a number of group exhibitions: photographs inspired by unearthed histories around New York shown in the “Underwater New York” exhibit in 2009-2010 at Proteus Gowanus Gallery and the Frying Pan. In 2010 she was part of the Biennial Juried Photography Exhibit at the Edward Hopper House, exhibiting images from her work of “The Itching Hijab” which explores the complexities of coming from the East while living in the West.


15 May - 11 Jul 2011
"Biennial Juried Photography Exhibit 2010"
Edward Hopper House, Nyack, New York

7 October 2009 & June 2010
"Underwater New York"
Proteus Gowanus Gallery, New York
The Frying Pan, New York

15 Jan - 19 Apr 2008
7-Sep - 23 Sep 2007
"Diversity of Devotion: Celebrating New York's Spiritual Harmony"
Safe-T Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
Brooklyn Public Library

13 Feb - 21 Apr 2007
7 Oct - 3 Nov 2006
"Footprint: Portrait of a Brooklyn Neighbourhood"
2006 Brooklyn Arts Council Community Arts Grant Recipient
Brooklyn, New York

October 2007
"Sudamerica - Un Solo Pueblo"
Bürgerhaus (Cultural Center) Bremen, Germany

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