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Karachi

March 13, 2018

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CITY PULSE: Let Your Soul Blossom

Hira Zubair’s solo exhibition titled ‘Let Your Soul Blossom’ is running at the ArtChowk gallery until March 13. Hira believes that sustaining the soil meditates and focuses on your roots; the strength of spirituality involves our capacity to dig deep and find the greater meanings in life, to align ourselves with a purpose that extends beyond us and to find unity with something greater such as nature. Call 021-35300482 for more information.

Shahnama

Mudassar Manzoor’s solo exhibition titled ‘Shahnama: A Journey Towards the Self’ is running at the Chawkandi Art gallery until March 21. Traditionally, artists have painted stories from Ferdowsi’s Shahnameh following the text, as opposed to today’s artists who find their own interpretation. Manzoor takes it a step further to find his ground to explore and experiment. Call 021-35373582 for more information.

Tracing Cities

Internationally acclaimed artist and designer Faisal Anwar’s first solo exhibition in Pakistan titled ‘Tracing Cities 1: Karachi’ is running at the Canvas Gallery. In ‘Tracing Cities’, the artist scripts public life in Karachi with algorithms, raw social data and digital codes to create conceptually intriguing and aesthetically pleasing forms, experiences and narratives. The show will run until March 15. Call 021-35861523 for more information.

Nostalgia

Attia Rashid’s solo exhibition titled ‘Nostalgia’ is running at the ArtChowk gallery from March 15 to May 25. Attia’s work is an exploration of the nostalgia notion, offering a new interpretation of the topophilia concept. Spending part of her life in Pakistan and part in the United Kingdom, she explores her paradoxical feelings of being physically in one place and emotionally in another. Call 021-35300482 for more information.

Manzil

To safeguard Pakistan’s rich cultural heritage as manifested through its indigenous craft traditions, the exhibition titled ‘Manzil’ presents 13 collaborations between designers and craftspeople. The exhibition, which is running at the Koel Gallery until March 22, is the inaugural initiative of the Pakistan Crafts Council in collaboration with the Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund. Call 021-35831292 for more information.

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