Complex and riddled with innuendoes, Jamal Shah’s recent exhibit at Canvas satirises the thorny terrain of contemporary politics.
Fame, fortune, love, respect – BM wanted it all. Marjorie Husain’s work captures the art and idiosyncrasies of one of Pakistan’s most tempestuous modern painters.
The Indus Valley Degree Show gave a fair indication of the mindset and dilemmas of the new generation.
The third ASNA Clay Triennial at the Arts Council last month was a telling indicator of the changing trends in the genre of ceramics.
Sculptor Humaira Abid translates her whims and fancies into eloquent statements on wood with finesse.
A group show of miniatures at Chawkandi stands apart for its delicate workmanship.
During Zia-ul-Haq’s era, calligraphy was touted as the medium of the moment and the body was put down as a taboo subject. In an exhibition at Amin Gulgee’s Gallery, young and senior artists bridge the divide…
Kurtha’s extensively researched and insightful book on India’s “profound iconoclast”, Souza, captures unpublished details and images of a compelling body of work.
Though the contemporary miniature has achieved cult status abroad, art lovers at home have to settle for second best.
A spectacular exhibition at the Mohatta Palace Museum offers an uncritical stroll through the history of the Raj.