From emerging talents to the Modern masters of both Asia and the West, Art Basel in Hong Kong traces twelve decades of art history across its six sectors: Galleries, Insights, Discoveries, Encounters, Magazines and Film. On display will be the highest quality of paintings, sculptures, drawings, installations, photographs, video and editioned works from the 20th and 21st centuries, by more than 3,000 artists from Asia and around the globe. The sho..... Continue Reading
Is she a Spinner of Yarns
Is She a Spinner of Yarns.
This show encompasses three artists works, which despite having a strong medium connection are visually poles apart! Using the thread as a form of drawing each artist tells a unique narrative.
Cyra Ali uses it to question social and gender biases. Samina Islam is using thread in her paintings to form a feminine voice and Imrana Tanveer talks of a more Glocal (Global and Local) landscape, a world transmuting in t..... Continue Reading
Ancient Artefacts,Contemporary Potteries & Interpretive Artworks.
A photographic Exhibition on the Indus Valley Civilization with featured potteries of Muhammad Nawaz and Sheherezade Alam. This exhibition was a component of the Rediscovering Harappa: Through the Five Elements. An exhibition was conceived and put together by the Inheriting Harappa Project team under the direction and with the curatorial skills of Dr.
Tehnyat Majeed. The pro..... Continue Reading
More Than Meets the Eye
@Gandhara-art Space Karachi
17th December 2015 - 12th January, 2016
Curated by Malika Abbas
Artists have always pushed technical and conceptual boundaries to constantly evolve their art. Photographers in particular have always been interested in exploring alternative processes. However with the advancements in digital technology currently, the availability of the materi..... Continue Reading
Pretty Can Be Gritty
The works of art in this exhibition are lush in their treatment and yet the issues of urbanization these attempt to engage with are not a local, but a global phenomena. A 'glocal' phenomena, which is dealt with a light touch of irony and a sprinkle of satire.
Saba Khan's uses kitschy materials to create satirical paintings depicting layered deserts and houses. Sara Khan uses bullet holes to symbolise body piercings in portraiture and reveals vio..... Continue Reading
Living in three separate continents, Khadim Ali (Australia), Sher Ali (Afghanistan) and Mahwish Chishty (USA) are reconnecting with their personal history through this collaborative exhibition that examines transition of decade-long 'war on terror'.
Underlying concerns such as demonizing the political foe, the embodiment of good and evil by the superior and inferior, respectively, has been a common thread throughout history and across cultures ..... Continue Reading
The Science of Taking a Walk
The Science of Taking a Walk
Navigating/ (Re) Navigating - Forming Trajectories
Curated by Hajra Haider Karrar.
Duration of the Exhibition : May 21 - July 10
May 21 at 5:00pm to Jul 10 at 8:00pm in UTC+05
Seher Naveed & Seema Nusrat...
People can see nothing around them that is not their own image; everything speaks to them ..... Continue Reading
Gandhara-art @ Art Basel 2015
From emerging talents to the Modern masters of both Asia and the West, Art Basel in Hong Kong traces twelve decades of art history across its six sectors: Galleries, Insights, Discoveries, Encounters, Magazines and Film. On display will be the highest quality of paintings, sculptures, drawings, installations, photographs, video and editioned works from the 20th and 21st centuries, by more than 3,000 artists from Asia and around the globe.
The..... Continue Reading