Covid-19 has forced art graduates or students to lose out on some opportunities to further their art practices...
A dozen artists come together in a show to interpret the concept of relics...
This year’s International Public Art Festival illuminates Karachi’s NED University with a diverse range of untold...
An artist tactfully yet boldly questions social constructs around the female form
Drawing from the histories of resistance wars and guerrilla warfare, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Jr. creates an archive
An exhibition highlights the evolving themes of reality and fiction in everyday scenarios through the works of
Canvas Gallery presented blank walls at the opening of a show to register its protest against the misconduct
Akram Dost Baloch’s three-dimensional woodworks reflect his role as a voice for Balochistan
Graduates from the Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture impress art lovers with their wide range of ideas
The revival of the Arts Council Institute of Arts and Crafts aims to make art education accessible across class barriers
Ijaz ul Hassan’s commentary on the media investigates the level of fabrication and refinement the truth goes through
Using technology and humour, Aamir Habib’s latest body of work sheds light on the ever-changing forms of the media
Quddus Mirza delves into the themes of love and death through his fervent brush strokes and vivid colours
Abdul Jabbar Gul’s striking sculptures take art lovers on a mystical journey
Hasnat Mehmood changes the viewer’s perception of the gallery space
The sale of Muhammad Zeeshan’s artworks at 70 percent discount in a solo show was commentary on the commercialism
Qinza Najm depicts the oppression suffered by women and minorities in her debut exhibition in Karachi
Adeela Suleman meticulously crafts the underlying horrors of a battle in her solo show
An exhibition explores the imaginative world of enchanting folktales
Sehyr Qayum’s paintings depict the curbs placed on Pakistani women