Saubiya Chasmawala received her Masters in Visual Arts from Vadodara’s Maharaja Sayajirao University, Fine Arts, specialising in painting in 2015. She interned under the paper-artist Anupam Chakraborty in hand paper-making at the Nirupama Akademi, Kolkata.


Recently, Saubiya had her second solo exhibition, Batin at TARQ in Mumbai (2019). In 2017, she had her first solo exhibition, Pilgrimage of Historical Oversights, at Clark House Initiative in Mumbai. She has been a part of various group shows including Event, Memory, Metaphor curated by Anish Gawande at TARQ, Mumbai (2022); Shifting Selves: Between meaning, mythology and mirage an exhibition exploring work from the Sarmaya Arts Foundation's collection at TARQ, Mumbai (2021); Words of Her Seeing, Conflictorium, Museum of Conflict, Ahmedabad (2019); In letter and spirit, TARQ, Mumbai (July 2016); Unwinding, Nazar Art Gallery, Vadodara, India (November 2016); Reading Room, a travelling exhibition curated by Amit Jain, Winchester School of Art, University of Southampton, United Kingdom (October 2015) and New York (September – October 2016) and Emerging Palettes, Srishti Art Gallery, Hyderabad (August 2015). Her work was also exhibited at the India Art Fair, represented by TARQ (2020 & 2018), and CIMA award show (February 2017).


Saubiya was part of the Artists' Program at The Space Studio, Baroda (February-April, 2019). She has been an artist-in-residence at the Blueprint12 Studio, Vadodara (July-December 2015) and at the TIFA working studios in February 2017. 


She is a recipient of the prestigious Nasreen Mohamedi Scholarship Award (2011-12) and Inlaks Fine Art Award (2016).


She currently practices her art in Vadodara at her personal studio.