Rahila Haque


Rahila Haque is an independent researcher, curator and writer based between London and Amsterdam.

She has previously held positions at the Hayward Gallery and Tate and worked on projects with artists including Jeremy Deller, Carsten Höller, Lee Bul, Ernesto Neto, Aura Satz, Dayanita Singh, amongst many others. She was co-curator of the Hayward Project Space exhibitions Jananne Al-Ani: Excavations (2014), What’s love got to do with it (2014), and Dineo Seshee Bopape: slow-co-ruption (2015).

In 2017, she organised Hear Her Singing by Charwei Tsai, a series of workshops and a film installation at the Southbank Centre, London, realised in collaboration with the charities Women for Refugee Women and Music in Detention. She is currently working on a collaborative archival project around Silver Moon, the legendary women’s bookshop founded in London in 1984.