Romina Khanom


Location: East London

My work is rooted in the on going explorations of Islamic art, the culture of the Middle East and Asia. I use Islam as my tool, my source and my inspiration. It connects me to my work on a spiritual level and allows me to engross myself in geometry and patterns that expand as I work.

I am inspired by sacred text from the Qur’an, Arabic calligraphy and natural forms. I was influenced by grand patterns and geometry in Islamic art, which is used to convey the infinite nature of God. The depiction of patterns through patterns, looping through one another embodies the spirituality, which lies at the heart of my work. Layers, arabesque, geometry, infinity – these are underlying themes that form the foundation of my work.


Solo Exhibitions

Layers of Paradise, IHRC Gallery, Preston Road, Wembley, London, October 2014

Group Exhibitions

Pitched, Wimbledon College of Art, London, January 2013.

Discover Islam, Kings College, London , March 2013.

Degree Show, Wimbledon College of Arts UAL London, July 2013.

Urban Dialogues 3FF, The Red Gallery, London, October 2013.

Pop up exhibition , Living Islam, Variant Space, Lincolnshire, July 2014.

Draw Something, The Hat Factory, Luton, March 2015.

Cultural Bonds, Variant Space, NASH arts, London, March 2015.

Art Against the Grain: ‘Decolonise not Diversify’ Birmingham Impact Hub, Birmingham, October 2016.

Female Lust, Radical Love, The Crypt Gallery, London, February 2017.

Meet the Artists, Creative Debuts, The Black and White Building, London, April 2017

An Introduction, Variant Space, Vauxhall, London, June – September 2017