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September 2013 Art Spaces



 TABLE OF CONTENTS

Editorial
Art Spaces
Editorial September
Letter from the Editor in Chief
In Focus
Prague: The City As Art Space
Shadows of The Box
From Palazzo to Piazza
Photo Essay
Inadvertent Art
Profiles
Interview: Mohammad Ali Talpur
Roohi S. Ahmed
Talha Rathore
Reviews
Seven Deadly Sins
Becoming Animal
EDITORIAL

Art Spaces

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It used to be that the various spaces in which art was created, displayed, disseminated …

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Editorial September

by Quddus Mirza

In the Twenty First Century the concept of space changed, much like the notion of …

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Letter from the Editor in Chief

by Fawzia Naqvi

Pakistan’s art world is shaped by two types of art spaces, the commercial gallery and …

IN FOCUS
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Prague: The City As Art Space

by Nazia Akram

True to its Bohemian antecedents, the city of Prague in the Czech Republic continues to …

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Shadows of The Box

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In a contemporary art world, it is virtually impossible to hold a dialogue focusing on …

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From Palazzo to Piazza

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Shelter, centre of social activity, gathering place for friends, spatial adventure, and status symbol: the …

Photo Essay
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Inadvertent Art

by Abro Khud Bux

Abro Khud Bux, recognized as a social commentator and activist of grit, an artist of …

Profiles
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Interview: Mohammad Ali Talpur

by Dua Abbas Rizvi

Dua Abbas Rizvi: Tell us a little about the transition from your earlier work to …

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Roohi S. Ahmed

by ArtNow

Roohi Ahmed is presently pursuing her Masters degree in Fne Art from College of Fine …

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Talha Rathore

by ArtNow

Talha Rathore, born 1970, Gujranwala, Pakistan received a Bachelors of Fine Art from National College …

Reviews
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Seven Deadly Sins

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The root word for the number seven in Hebrew means ‘to be full’ or ‘to …

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Becoming Animal

by ArtNow

Becoming Animal was the title of the exhibition at Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art held …