Amin Gulgee is a sculptor, curator and performance artist from Pakistan. His works possess a spirituality that transcend religion, exploring spiritual territories and narrative traditions, with their intersections bridging sculpture, installation and performance.

He has curated or co-curated many large-scale non-commercial exhibitions in his eponymous gallery and was chief curator of the first Karachi Biennale in 2017.

In the last decade he has staged over a dozen performance works in Karachi, Lahore, Dubai and Nagoya, as well as the Royal Albert Hall in London and has exhibited his sculptures and installations extensively across the USA, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

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