Muzzumil Ruheel

Muzzumil Ruheel is a visual artist (B.1985) And a graduate of the School of Visual Arts, Beacon House National University (BNU) 2009. He has been part of the faculty at the Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture (Karachi), Beacon House National University (Lahore) and the Karachi University. Muzzumil has had exhibitions nationally and internationally. His work is in important public and private collections. 

Solo and group shows includes. Navigating Geometries, Tarq, Mumbai. Tapestry of Fading Gardens, 1x1 Art Gallery, Dubai. Between the Sun and the Moon, Lahore Biennale. India Art Fair, Tarq, Delhi. Confessions of the wait(solo), 1 X 1 Art Gallery, Dubai. 2020. Misunderstandings..., (solo), Canvas Gallery Karachi. In Other Wor(l)d (solo), Canvas Gallery, Art Dubai, The Quantum City, International Public Art Festival, Karachi, Pioneer Artist Residency III, Canvas Gallery, Khushaab. Indian Art Fair, Tarq, Delhi, 2019, Baato Se Baat Nikalti Hai (solo), Tarq, Mumbai, India, Point of no return (solo), Rohtas Gallery, Lahore, In between the lines (solo) Art Dubai, The Museo Diocesano Carlo Maria Martini, Milan, Multiple Narratives, Grosvenor Gallery, London, 2018, Hearsay (solo) Canvas Gallery, Karachi, Witness, Karachi Biennale 17, Karachi, Pakistan, Imago Mundi Project. La Biennale di Venezia 2017, Lost in his own garden (solo) Grosvenor Gallery, London, Colombo Biennale, Srilanka, Digging deep, crossing far, Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien, Berlin, In letter and spirit, Tarq, Mumbai 2016, The alternate life of lies (solo) Canvas Gallery, Karachi 2015, And his beard grew and grew and grew (solo), Rohtas Gallery, Lahore, Letter Of Apology, Abhisaran, Indian Art Fair, India, Mohatta Palace Museum, Karachi, 2015, Letter of apology (residency) Kaladham Museum 2014, ...but some of them never happened (solo), Canvas Gallery, Karachi the Young Moscow International Biennial, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Russia 2014, Present Re-­‐Inventions, Grosvenor Gallery, London 2014. He was also a part of the Abhisaran Residency, India – a collateral event of the Kochi Biennale 2014. Earlier his work was shown at Lawrie Shabibi Gallery, Dubai, Wip Konsthall, Stockholm, Sweden, Still Exotic, Collaborative Project, Cairo Documenta, Egypt, Space Invader, Aicon Gallery, London, UK, Bastakiya Art Fair, Dubai, Through Other Eyes, Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Herbert Art Gallery, Coventry and The Glynn Vivian Gallery, Swansea, Wales, UK, Parallel Lines, Cartwright Hall, Bradford City Art Gallery and Museum, UK, Media as Medium, UDK, Berlin, Germany. 

Muzzumil brings to life non-existent entities that discreetly assimilate into our surroundings. His works integrates his interaction with his space. Ruheel’s trajectory acts as a catalyst for bringing these intangible phenomena into their physicality; helping their formation from one plane to another. Transporting intangible discourses into a tangible manifestation is based on the discourse that ensues with core observation. He is a storyteller who continuously questions, analyses literature, observe migratory patterns, and their consequent consequences. He uses his findings, tales and fragments in his process to recreate his interactions with time, space, semiotics and history. His works are usually fictional in nature and his mediums vary as per project.