Once again, the Mohatta Palace Museum’s Board of Trustees have outdone themselves.
In her Ibn-e-Maryam series, artist Sumaya Durrani attempts to reconcile the temporal world of the ego with the ethereal world of being.
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…
The Indus Valley School’s faculty showcases its own work.
Pakistani art is only just beginning to make it at Indian-dominated art auctions abroad.
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.
By instituting its own visual arts award the ZVMG Rangoonwalla Trust sets a welcome precedent for art promotion in the private sector.