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    Introduction
    Huma Bhabha (born 1962) is a Pakistani-American sculptor based in Poughkeepsie, New York. Known for her uniquely grotesque, figurative forms that often appear dissected or dismembered, Bhabha often uses found materials in her sculptures, including styrofoam, cork, rubber, paper, wire, and clay. She occasionally incorporates objects given to her by other people into her artwork. Many of these sculptures are also cast in bronze. She is equally prolific in her works on paper, creating vivid pastel drawings, eerie photographic collages, and haunting print editions.
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    Q5936654
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    Nationalities
    Pakistani, American
    Gender
    Female
    Roles
    Artist, Master, Sculptor
    Name
    Huma Bhabha
    Ulan
    500294125
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    Works

    21 works online

    Exhibitions

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