Born in 1986, Sana Nezam is a visual artist from Karachi, Pakistan. She graduated as a Textile designer from department of visual studies , Karachi university in 2007. Since then, Sana has participated in numerous exhibitions in Pakistan and internationally.
Some examples of exhibitions in Pakistan include: Her first solo exhibition at Studio Seven Gallery, participation in performance art by Jamal Shah at the Karachi Biennale, participation in State Bank Of Pakistan Museum And Art Gallery's tribute to Quaid e Azam on his 141st Birth Anniversary, exhibition at Islamabad Art Festival and a two-person show at Artchowk Gallery.
Internationally, her works were part of an exhibition that explored child labour through visual arts in Toronto, Canada in collaboration with Ryerson University Toronto, Canada. She exhibited her works at Omani Society of Fine Arts, Oman in collaboration with Ejaz Art Gallery Lahore. Her portraits of Elvis Presley and Madonna were exhibited at Dacia Gallery, New York, and her work was the part of the live auction, 'Art for Education' patronized by Dubai Cares & TCF Dubai. Most recently, Sana participated in ArtDom at Sanat Initiative Karachi, which is a collaboration between female artists from Norway and Pakistan with works displayed in both Karachi and Norway based on the theme of feminism.