Muhammad Zeeshan, born in 1980 in Mirpurkhan, a city in south eastern Pakistan, received his BFA in Miniature Painting from the National College of Arts, Lahore, in 2003. Since then he has exhibited internationally across Europe, Asia, Africa, North America and Australia, participating in numerous international museum exhibitions, such as Lines of Control: Partition as a Productive Space at Duke University, North Carolina and Cornell University, New York (2012-13) and Safavid Revisted at the British Museum, London (2009). Recent solo exhibitions include Art Dubai (2018), Refreshment at Sanat Initiative, Karachi (2017), Contemporary Istanbul (2017), Funkier Than A Mosquito's Twitter at Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery (2015), Safar Nama at Canvas Art Gallery, Karachi (2014), and Special 'Siri' Series at Aicon Gallery, New York (2011), while group exhibitions include Art Dubai (2017), Present Re-Inventions at Grosvenor Gallery, London (2014) and Havelian Express at CAIS Gallery, Hong Kong (2010). His work can be found in private and public collections, including the British Museum, London and the Metropolitan Museum, New York, and was recently acquired by the Pacific Asia Museum in Pasadena, California. Zeeshan lives and works in Lahore and he's currently an Adjunct Faculty of Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture in Karachi, Pakistan. The direction he takes with a particular work is heavily determined by the medium in which he is working; however, motifs such as roosters carry across his works and are reminiscent of his time growing up in Pakistan. Additionally, Zeeshan has stated that his artworks tread the thin boundary between found imagery and originality ascribed to any visual that exists.