Umar Rashid (b. 1976, Chicago, IL) is the civilian name of the artist Frohawk Two Feathers. Rashid has held solo exhibitions at Almine Rech (Paris), Cokkie Snoei (Rotterdam), Blum and Poe (Los Angeles), and Half Gallery (New York). Select group exhibitions include presentations at Isaac Bell House (Newport) curated by Alison Gingeras & Dodie Kazanjian, Galerie Droste (Paris), Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Hammer Museum (Los Angeles), Transformative Arts Now (Los Angeles), Tiwani Contemporary (London), New Image Art (Los Angeles), Johannes Vogt (New York), Jeffery Deitch (Los Angeles), Studio d Arte Raffaeli (Trento), and the Cape Town Art Fair at the Tyburn Gallery (Cape Town). Rashid's work is in the permanent collections of the Brooklyn Museum, Conseil Regional de la Guadeloupe, Hudson River Museum (Yonkers), Jorge Pérez Collection (Miami), Santa Barbara Museum of Art, and Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (Cape Town). Rashid currently lives and works in Los Angeles. His suite of four prints, Gayle, Sohaib, Noor, and Karl, is our first collaboration with the artist.