Afshar Malik merges the sacred and the profane in his new body of work...
The Lahore Biennale transformed colonial spaces in the city with art that examines colonialism...
Artists at the Lahore Biennale are vocal about commenting on the connection of artists to society, politics and his...
With the arrival of the selfie, portraiture has undergone a noticeable change
A public art installation highlights the plight of low-paid migrant workers languishing in jails outside the country
British-Irani artist Mohsen Keiany explores the depiction of nature in apocalyptic times
Paintings of gardens in contemporary art have emerged as more than earthly representations of paradise
Revisiting the history of art and design uncovers the role of artists who traversed boundaries of both fields
Sadaf Naeem challenges the notion of home as a secure and idyllic domestic space
Amna Hashmi and Luis Felipe K. Brigatto reflect on reality, fantasy and moral dilemmas
Nad e Ali’s photographs explore and capture the beauty and pathos of the Zuljanah procession
Stereotypes associated with art need to be eradicated
An unusual exhibition celebrates the life and works of Allama Iqbal
The appointment of Sharjah Art Foundation’s Hoor Al Qasimi as curator of the next Lahore Biennale will help strengthen
Nazia Ejaz’s paintings showcase the distillation of the complexity of traditions and cultural associations that make up
A two-person exhibition at Alharmra Gallery celebrates the ethos and culture of Lahore
Over the years, artists have depicted changes in their lived environment, breaking away from their relationship with
Mythical heroes and their representation in art has always generated insightful debates
Has the curse of colonial authority vanished? Contemporary artists are trying to find the answer to this important
Housed in the Lahore Museum, Ustad Allah Bakhsh’s painting ‘Tilism-i-Hoshruba’ unfolds like a theatrical extravaganza