Nahid Raza’s exhibition is a virtual diary on different aspects of womanhood
Abdullah Syed in his latest show articulates his theory of concealed power and control through symbolism
Public art is an important civic need in developed countries because it invigorates public spaces and seeks to create
Heera Khan’s miniatures depict the hollow existence of the super-rich and their preoccupation with the self
Adeel uz Zafar’s emphasis on the intangibles prompts a reread of Dante’s descriptive characterisation of the hereafter
Every successive generation brings new interpretations to previous evaluations and a reread of earlier commentaries
Art critics and curators from Latin America discuss the issues and concerns that inform their art practice
KB17 has energised the art literate but will its creativity attract the reluctant viewers and tempt them to engage with
A random photoprint collection forces the viewer to re-examine colonial society under the Raj
Biennales are part of a global network that not only produces and disseminates contemporary art but also grapples with
Panorama Art first evolved in 1787. Displayed in purpose-built pavilions it centred largely on scenic landscapes,
Is there such a thing as originality in art?
Contemporary curators are evolving into roles not only of intermediaries but managers, leaders and innovators
During a first-ever sale devoted entirely to ‘Art of Pakistan’ this year at Bonhams in London, Sadequain’s...
A work of art is one half of a dialogue, the other half of which is the audience
Four painting traditions define the nature of art legacies in Pakistan
Why is elitism in art such a vexed issue these days despite being a determining factor in the art business?
Creativity is not defined by age. Wahab Jaffer, Naz Ikramullah and Siddiqua Bilgrami .
Nazia Ejaz explores themes of perception and identity without political, cultural or geographic peculiarity
Show such as “Lights, Art and ... Action! ” can initiate a dialogue between film and art to spark new conversations