Reviews
Aisha Khalid & Imran Qureshi Two wings to fly not one 2017

The Lover’s Flight

by Julius John Alam

  Imran Qureshi and Aisha Khalid’s two-person show opened at National Art Gallery, Islamabad on …

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Surrealism Revisited

by Jovita Alvares, ArtNow  

  Growing out of a literary group that was strongly allied to Dadaism, Surrealism took …

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Retracing the Lines of Control. And beyond.

by Numair A. Abbasi

  While our history textbooks rigorously inform us of the political and the economic consequences …

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Questioning the Politics of Labour

by Nimra Khan

Art in the 21st century has long since tread beyond the cursory, with artists testing, …

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Keep Off the Grass

by Numair A. Abbasi

  There was once a time when life in Karachi necessitated interdependence, encouraged inclusion and …

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Aisha A. Hussain: A Fine Balance

by Gerard Mermoz

  “Signs signify, form signifies itself” – Henri Focillon, La vie des formes   Forty …

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Ek Raaz, A Secret: What Does Kazi’s Work Unveil?

by Hira Mannan

  I walk with a mind equally curious and intrigued into Sanat for the solo …

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Strange People Watch Strange Faces

by Nageen Shaikh

    It can be sufficiently claimed that at Pakistan’s inception, the budding country created …

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An Aesthetic Mentor

by Sehrish Mustafa  

  “Two possibilities exist: either we are alone in the Universe or we are not. …

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Of Absences and Empty Spaces

by Sabeen Ahsan

    The group exhibition ‘Beyond Today’ at O Art Space, Lahore, showcased the works …

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The Garden of Wordy Delights

by Sehrish Rafique Malik

Real Birds in Imagined Gardens, covering Mughal painting between Persia and Europe, is about more …

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Art as Psychological Space

by Mariam Qureshi

  Art nowadays is a psychological experience, encompassing more than just the sense of sight. …

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A Social Conversation: The Lost Argument by Amir Raza

by Nageen Shaikh

Before the post-modern and modern era, art was scenic, personal and aesthetically pleasing. As the …

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A Series of Fortunate Events

by Ayesha Naveed

Miniature painting is a genre of Indo-Persian art that has a long history dating back …

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Blind Oblivion

by Jovita Alvares, ArtNow

  The seed, as miniscule and simple as it may seem, has always been appreciated …