Though an interesting concept, “The Karachi Miniature” fails to capture the city’s temperament and articulates the miniature philosophy only in parts.
Simeen Farhat uses installation art to tackle the identity issues that women face in Pakistan.
Sabiha Ashraf revisits the work of an artist close to her heart.
Strong working skills and creative energy marked the work of four women artists who made their debut at Canvas Gallery.
Two shows of upcoming artists on display at the Poppy Seed and Canvas galleries are rich in concept and creativity.
Chinoy’s canvas takes one back to a Zen state of mind.
As NuktaArt enters its fifth year, Aquila Ismail revisits Pakistan’s premier art magazine – a brainchild of three art critics and a graphic designer.
“Maybe a venue like the Olympics compliments my work, where the obvious rosy picture of perfection exists superficially,” says contemporary miniaturist Tazeen Qayyum.
Why did someone so gifted, so unconventional and so creative have to leave us in the prime of his life?
With its emphasis on theatrics, most of Waseem Ahmed’s work appears contrived and repetitive and fails to reach an emotional pitch.