Tasmina K Majles

Tasmina K Majles

Tasmina K Majles

  • Biography

    Tasmina K Majles is a visual artist based in Melbourne, Australia. She has earned a degree in Master of Creative Arts from Deakin University and Bachelor of Arts from Curtin University, Australia. Tasmina's painting explores the presence of dualities in lived experiences, the unconscious mind, and the interconnection of all existence within nature, and beyond. In addition to this, her curiosity dwells in exploring the intricacies of heritage architectural forms and structures. Her art depictions are within the genre of figurative and abstract representations. She regards her art as a vehicle to communicate, awaken people, and concurrently that gives life to her story.


    SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

    Remnants of the Past 2019
    Curated by Whitehorse City Council
    BoxHill Community Art Center
    Melbourne

    Both & Between 2019
    Pheonix Art Gallery, Deakin University​
    Melbourne

    State of Mind 2021
    Melton Library, Melbourne

    When in Lockdown 2021
    Manningham Art Gallery, Melbourne

    XIII Florence Biennale 2021
    Eternal Feminine, Eternal Change
    Fortezza da Basso, Italy

    A Symphony of Dichotomies 2022
    Manningham Art Gallery, Melbourne

    GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

    South Asian Film Art & Literary Fest, NSW 2019

    Art In The Times Of Corona Virus, Edge Foundation, Dhaka 2020

    Australian Muslim Artist 2021
    Islamic Museum Of Australia

    PUBLICATIONS
    Verandah Art Journal 34, Deakin University 2019
    UN Creative Hub
    Covid Art response to UN global creative brief 2020
    Unseen Untold, Women’s Art Register 2020
    Florence Biennale Catalogue 2021

    GRANTS
    City of Monash 2020
    Social Change Through Creativity, Fairfield City Council 2020
    City of Whittlesea Art Grant 2021
    City of Melton 2021
    City of Liverpool 2021

    ART WORKSHOPS
    City of Monash, Melbourne 2020
    City of Melton, Melbourne 2021
    City of Whittlesea, Melbourne 2021
    City of Liverpool, Sydney 2021












  • Website

    www.tasminakmajles.com

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Tasmina K Majles

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98 x 68 cm Watercolour and Ink on paper $1,000.00