Waqas Wajahat is an art world entrepreneur, curator, and collector who specializes in Post-War and Contemporary Art. He has spent over twenty years organizing exhibitions and advising notable museum and private collections.
Waqas engages in long-term strategic planning with artists and artists' estates and has been involved in exhibition programming, placement of art works and legacy projects for artists including Milton Avery, Herbert Ferber, Neil Jenney, Richard Pousette-Dart, James Prosek, Sean Scully, David Smith, and Donald Sultan. He is committed to supporting many non-profit art institutions including the Barnes Foundation and the Menil Collection. He is a trustee at the Drawing Center in New York and the Lowe Art Museum in Miami and serves on advisory committees at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art.
His unique and extensive connections within the art world enable Waqas to facilitate and nurture professional relationships between artists, institutions, curators, collectors and benefactors.