The author is an art critic based in Lahore
Artistic depiction of the holy Ka’ba over the ages
The exhibition links the British Raj to indigenous life through the narrative of power
Can an artist remain dispassionate in an all-encompassing atmosphere of death?
Two exhibitions in New Delhi are just a click away — A World of One’s Own and A Mind of One’s Own at Vadehra Art Gallery
Jalal Uddin Ahmed was a powerhouse of art. He encouraged others to be partners in his journey — to take the art of Pakistan to a higher level
The evolving concept of ‘ideal figure’ over the ages
The real significance of Rabia Ajaz’s work is not about flowers, stems and petals you see in her paintings but how the same image changes its...
Michael Rakowitz uses elements from history to highlight the disintegrating dream of a united Middle East
Virtual exhibition features work of Ali Kazim, Faiza Butt and Salman Toor
Artists and their self-portraits through the ages