September 30 - October 28 from 12:30 PM - 4:30 PM (every Tuesday to Saturday)

Pace University Art Gallery's exhibit, Inscaping Legacies by Firoz Mahmud (ACC 2010)will go on view on September 30, followed by a celebratory reception on Tuesday, October 3rd from 5pm-7pm. This exhibit, which remains on view through Saturday, October 28, 2023, is made possible by NYSCA. The gallery is located in Lower Manhattan at 41 Park Row. All of the gallery’s exhibits and events are free and open to the public. Regular gallery hours are Tuesday – Saturday from 12:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. and by appointment.

About the Artist: Firoz Mahmud (b. 1974, Bangladesh) migrated recently to New York from Tokyo under ACC Fellowship and he attended Lower Manhattan Cultural Council's Workspace Residency 2022-2023 in NYC. He has participated in renowned recurring international exhibitions including the Bangkok Art Biennale, Congo Biennale, Ostrale Biennale, Lahore Biennial, Dhaka Art Summit, Setouchi Triennale (BDP), Aichi Triennial, Sharjah Biennale, Cairo Biennale, Echigo-Tsumari Triennial, 1st Immigrant Artist Biennial NY, Asian Biennale. Mahmud’s art has been featured in exhibitions including at the Office of Contemporary Art, Oslo; MAXXI Museum of 21st Century Arts, Rome; Metropolitan MostingsHus, Copenhagen; Bengal Gallery, Dhaka; “Contemporary Art of Bangladesh, India and Pakistan,” Asia House London; Jamaica Flux, NY; Hunter East Harlem Gallery, NY; Center Pompidou, Paris (COAL Prize); Asia Art Initiative, Philadelphia; Hiroshima Museum of Contemporary Art; and, in Tokyo, Geidai University Art Museum; and Mori Art Museum Center Gallery. In addition, he has had recent solo exhibitions at New Jersey City University and York College, PA. Mahmud was a postgraduate fellow at Rijksakademie VB Kunsten, Amsterdam, and did his MFA at Tama Art University Tokyo and his BFA at Dhaka University. He is represented by Ota Fine Arts (Tokyo, Singapore, Shanghai) and Exhibit320 (New Delhi).