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Lahore

January 15, 2015

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Creative Scripts’ group exhibition

LAHORE
THE Ejaz Art Gallery has organised “CREATIVE SCRIPTS”, a unique and perhaps the first-ever Group Exhibition of 50 miniature artists of Pakistan, which will be inaugurated at 5: 00pm today at the Ejaz Gallery, 79/B, M. M. Alam Road, Gulberg.
The internationally acknowledged miniaturist, teacher and artist Prof. Bashir Ahmed will inaugurate this mega event which has been curated by Hira Zubair who herself is a miniature artist.
According to Hina Zubair, the curator of the gallery says “this show focuses on young artists who are moving into their artistic field and are considered a fresh breeze in the miniature art.
The purpose of “Creative Scripts” exhibition is to provide young artists with a platform to exhibit their artwork”. With this main objective, Hira has invited the young miniature artists of Pakistan who has created the largest and unique contemporary miniature illustrated manuscripts.
The curator of the Ejaz Gallery says that over the years, the tradition of miniature travelled a long way and evolved into “contemporary miniature” that broke the boundaries of the subject matter, scale size, and exploration of mediums and their approach.
Not all but few of the brilliant young artists, who will showcase their works in this extraordinary happening, include Adnan Ali, Afshan Yousaf, Hina Zubair, Jugni Choudhary, Shible Munir, Naireen Zia, Rizwan Ali, Rubab Javed, S. A. Noory, Saher Shah Rizvi, Siama Beenish, Tahir Ali Saqib, Wasif Afridi, and Yasir Waqas. The exhibition will continue till January 25, 2015.

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