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The Far Pavilion- Venice Biennale – June 2019



 TABLE OF CONTENTS

Editorial
Letter from the Editor-in-Chief
Letter from the Editor
In Focus
Naiza Khan represents Pakistan at the Venice Biennale 2019
The Ghosts of Past and Future: Pakistan in Venice
Photo Essay
Manora Field Notes, Naiza Khan
Profiles
Karachi to Venice: In conversation with Naiza Khan
In conversation with Zahra Khan, curator of the Pakistan Pavilion
JAMAL SHAH AND THE VENICE BIENNALE
Reviews
Book Review | NAIZA KHAN
Brian Fahlstrom at Reflex Amsterdam  
Water and Colour
When a place becomes
A Collective Dream: One Night Stand/Coup d’un soir  
If You Have A Garden In Your Library
EDITORIAL
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Letter from the Editor-in-Chief

by Fawzia Naqvi

Welcome readers to our June issue of ArtNow! Wish you all the blessings of Eid.   …

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Letter from the Editor

by Quddus Mirza

  The distance between Venice and Manora, two islands, is 5354 kilometres, but it took …

IN FOCUS
Artist Naiza Khan outside the Pavilion of Pakistan. Credit Riccardo Tosetto Photography

Naiza Khan represents Pakistan at the Venice Biennale 2019

by Simone Wille

  With her solo exhibition Manora Field Notes, the multidisciplinary artist presents her work in the …

1. Naiza Khan, From the artist’s photographic archive, 2007- 2019. Courtesy of the artist_ (1)

The Ghosts of Past and Future: Pakistan in Venice

by Saira Ansari

Pakistan Pavilion marked its debut at the 58th edition of the Venice Biennale with Manora: …

Photo Essay
12. Naiza Khan, Hundreds of Birds Killed (detail), 2019, Soundscape with installation of brass objects. Courtesy of the artist (4)

Manora Field Notes, Naiza Khan

by Pavilion of Pakistan

  Works in the first gallery respond to an archival weather report from 1939 – …

Profiles
Artist Naiza Khan outside the Pavilion of Pakistan. Credit Riccardo Tosetto Photography

Karachi to Venice: In conversation with Naiza Khan

by ArtNow Pakistan

  ArtNow: As this was the first year Pakistan participated in the Venice Art Biennale, …

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In conversation with Zahra Khan, curator of the Pakistan Pavilion

by ArtNow Pakistan

ArtNow: The relationship between curator and artist is a unique personal and professional one. What …

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JAMAL SHAH AND THE VENICE BIENNALE

by Zohreen Murtaza

  Ernst Fischer in his book “The Necessity of Art” writes that the function of …

Reviews
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Book Review | NAIZA KHAN

by Fatima Ghulam  

  “Cautiously one approaches Naiza Khan’s artistic practices, reflecting on its many strands, over several …

Fahlstrom_Isolation-Attributes_2017_65x50inches_Oil on linen © Brian Fahlstrom, Courtesy of Reflex Amsterdam

Brian Fahlstrom at Reflex Amsterdam  

by Shireen Ikramullah Khan

  American painter Brian Fahlstrom’s pictorial work at the Reflex Gallery in Amsterdam portray illusory …

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Water and Colour

by Koonj Sayed

  Landscape painting and botanical studies are the common subjects found in watercolour paintings and …

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When a place becomes

by Numair Abbasi

  There seems to be no other word from the overly discredited nostalgia for the …

Amber Arifeen

A Collective Dream: One Night Stand/Coup d’un soir  

by John McCarry

    On May 13, 2019, Amin Gulgee curated an exhibition of performance art featuring …

Mohsin Shafi - I might have been Queen

If You Have A Garden In Your Library

by Sara Yawar

AAN Gandhara Art space opened a show titled If You Have A Garden In Your …