The writer is an art critic based in Islamabad.
Literary festivals present diverse perspectives on the world and carry political meaning into the present
Built in 1928, the Mehta Mansion at 11 Temple Road, Lahore, stands today as a lone sentinel
Farrukh Addnan’s work highlights the inherent hierarchies of power and protection
Curator Zahra Khan’s ‘Imagination’ at Satrang Gallery brings out the recalcitrant moments in art
The eighth edition of Islamabad Literature Festival, was another vibrant amalgamation of book launches, talks and repartees
Wajahat Malik’s debut stands out for its mesh of the pastoral, the modern and the archaic
For Quddus Mirza, the recreation of life in terms of art constitutes a pagan mystery, almost on the level of primitive magic rites
Somebody once asked Josh Malihabadi who the greatest Urdu poet of all times was. He promptly replied: Nazir Akbarabadi. This, he said, was on...
Javeria Ahmad’s works contain varying degrees of psychological effects and cultural values
Muhammad Ashraf’s paintings tell us about his intimate adventure in portraying his impressions of a wilderness