Versatile artist Naiza Khan showcases her work on Manora Island at the Biennale’s first-ever Pakistan Pavilion
Shireen Ikramullah Khan
Arsalan Naqvi and Sundeep Kumar proficiently visualise poverty and chaos in their paintings
Art museums are ideal spaces for us to connect, understand and explore different perceptions and thoughts
Colours, shapes, lines and forms — an abstract panorama that creates a spectacle of delight
Noorjehan Bilgrami is probing nostalgia in Pathway to the Inner Sanctum — nostalgia for bygone days
Artists have absorbed artistic tradition and outside influences, reinterpreting them in inventive ways
Heraa Khan’s show is rendered with fine detail, good composition and colour balance
Ghulam Hussain creates intricate, hand-woven tapestries inspired by Piet Mondrian’s paintings
The exhibition reflects Grayson Perry’s constant fascination with every day issues, such as religion, class, identity
The ‘Arjumand Painting Award’ emphasises the calibre of the classical art form of painting
Fauzia Minallah provokes us to think out-of-the-box, to step outside of our minds and see a fresh perspective
Wahab Jaffer’s world offers visual effects of melting colour against colour and creating textures and patterns. Even
Joseph Mallord William Turner was a romantic landscape artist whose paintings captured the power and poetic...
Tassaduq Sohail and Riaz Rafi’s collaborative art results in an array of compositions.
The two-artist show presented a visually complementary fusion using Pattern and Decoration aesthetics
Talat Dabir finds rhythm in the malleable medium and investigates the human body.
Aqeel Solangi’s artworks show his skill, dexterity and conceptual awareness.
Capturing the magic of Murree at the Artists’ Residency
Meher Afroz interprets human emotions and societal values in Behisht-i-Gumshuda.
“Every now and then one paints a picture that seems to have opened a door and serves as a stepping stone to other...