Chila Kumari Singh Burman

Educated at the Slade School of Art in London, Chila Kumari Burman has worked across the mediums of printmaking, painting, installation, sculpture, photography and film. Overtly political since the 1970s, Burman’s work examines cultural identity, gender and representation, continually questioning the role of women, especially south-Asian women, in the world. In 2017 Burman was awarded an honorary doctorate for her contribution to the arts from the University of Arts in London. Works  in public collections include in Tate collection, Wellcome Collection, Science Museum  Collection, Arts Council Collection, Wolverhampton Art Gallery and the Walsall New Art Gallery.

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