The author is an art critic based in Lahore
The Old Traditions, New Narratives exhibition will continue at South Asian Art Institute, Chicago, till February 28
Even after independence, ‘educated’ citizens have remained ashamed of their first language – and tend to reduce it to conversing with...
After forced isolation and the fear of others, human interaction may emerge as a strong feature in art
At the start of the year 2020, nobody could have imagined the strange and painful days to come
Works of 16 artists are now being displayed along major city roads in Lahore
David Alesworth trained several generations of Pakistani artists at the Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture, Karachi, from 1991 to 2002
Throughout history, both men and women have adorned themselves with precious stones and metals to display their power
In Seema Nusrat’s new work, one sees the reality of a ‘safe world’
Long before Covid-19, humans had used masks for various purposes. In the Roman period, death masks were made to preserve the likeness of departed...
Curated by Noorjehan Bilgrami and Mohammad Zeeshan, the show features works of 16 artists from Sindh