The stunning and dramatic embroidery of the women of Chitral tells several stories of their everyday life. The people who assist them in doing this work are changing their world for the better.
Five women artists bring their own perspectives to life on canvas for an exhibit at Nomad Gallery.
Part I of a three-part exhibition series entitled Letters to Taseer organised by different curators promises variety with a common theme.
“I’m very interested in discovering overlaps between cultures.”
Using mixed media and a palette of orange and blue, Shireen Ikramullah Khan attempts to revive the act of painting on a large scale, which she feels has been undermined by the miniature school.
“All serious writers have dismissed the notion of what’s demanded by the market,” says writer Zulfikar Ghose.
Rohtas Rawan’s residency programme for artists sowed some seeds, but its yield remains to be gauged.
Two volumes of the life and work of Sadequain offer valuable insight on the virtuoso artist.
Saquiba Suleman’s recent show at Tanzara bore vivid testimony to her mastery in drawing, composition and colour.
This is an original voice, confident and resonant.