Nafisa Rizvi

Hamra Abbas

Hamra Abbas

Artist Hamra Abbas is one of the most versatile of installation art practitioners. Residing presently in Boston, she has Published 26 Apr, 2015 07:18am
Shah Jahan

Shah Jahan

Through a uniquely thoughtful process of evolution in his own practice, Zahoor-ul-Akhlaq absorbed the shocks and... Published 29 Mar, 2015 07:20am
Flood

Flood

When Zubeida Agha held her solo exhibition in Karachi in 1949, artist Fyzee Rahamin’s wife, Atiya Fyzee, condemned... Published 29 Mar, 2015 07:20am
The Scroll

The Scroll

When Shahzia Sikander presented a miniature painting ‘The Scroll’ at her degree show at the National College of... Published 29 Mar, 2015 07:20am
Zahoor ul Akhlaq: The bridge

Zahoor ul Akhlaq: The bridge

Zahoor ul Akhlaq lived and worked in an almost indefinable space between modernism and post-modernism and grappled... Published 08 Feb, 2015 06:51am
A thematic necessity

A thematic necessity

Artists in Pakistan have become so habituated to the frissons of violence as a thematic framework in their... Published 16 Nov, 2014 06:20am
Violence as a visual metaphor

Violence as a visual metaphor

Four art writers explore how contemporary Pakistani artists investigate, articulate and incorporate concerns of violence Updated 10 Apr, 2015 11:09am