I’ve been fortunate to have taken part in many exhibitions throughout my artistic career. Some of the latest headlines about my work and exhibitions are below - scroll through for collateral materials.
THE CAMP GALLERY
London-based artist and illustrator Isher Dhiman is playing her part in the conversation about whether "art" and "fashion" are as mutually exclusive as we've been led to believe. The artist's reverence for the postwar Master of Fashion illustration era, the same one in which Christian Dior debuted his New Look, comes alive through a coupling of a minimal color palette and the traditional prototypal nature of fashion illustration.
The one detail of group exhibitions that is equal parts anxiety-inducing and thrilling is not, as expected, the number of artists, whether there are three or over sixty; it’s actually the sheer quantity of dialogues their works create together. The CAMP’s latest group exhibition, Not Dior’s New Look III, isn’t simply an array of works tethered to one another by medium or aesthetic—it’s a conceptual runway. Following CAMP founder Melanie Prapopoulos’ commitment to donating a percentage of gallery sales toFashion Fights Cancer, a non-profit organization founded in 2004 that offers innovative and therapeutic programs in fashion and design, what was once a fun digital exhibition has blossomed into a conversation, and ultimately, a force for good.
THE CAMP GALLERY
The CAMP, focuses on bringing exposure to the artist, without exposing the artist to exploitive practices rampant in the art world. Also part and parcel of this new venture is The Camp Gang, who through their own unique and creative insight add to the fresh approach of marrying the online world with the traditional art world.
The Contemporary Art Modern Project presents Not Dior’s New “Look” II, the awaited continuation to a show that at its core celebrates fashion history represented by strong characters that demand attention, but don’t give it away. Isher's artwork is currently being exhibited in this project.
Mixed media - Frida Kahlo red sunglasses
I was honoured to have been asked to showcase my original watercolour 'Beauty series' which was inspired by global Vogue covers, at the prestigious Gray M.C.A gallery in Bath.
Gray M.C.A is recognised as being the international leader in the specialist art field of original Fashion Illustration. The gallery focuses on the original artworks by the 20th century masters of fashion illustration including Carl ‘Eric’ Erickson, Christian Bérard, René Bouché, René Gruau, Antonio Lopez and Kenneth Paul Block
Kaia Gerber, Vogue Paris cover.
DRAWING CABARET COUTURE GALLERY
I am one of the few artists currently featuring in the online gallery showcasing works of art that have been created live during the virtual drawing sessions.
Drawing Cabaret Couture is an online Fashion Gallery and independent life drawing production company based in London. Creating Haute Couture performative drawing classes and immersive art events across the globe.