The author is an art critic based in Lahore
Osman Yousefzada, a British-Pakistani artist, responds to the history of power and the legacy of acquisition through his work
An artist’s business is to make art, no matter what the circumstances
In her solo exhibition at Canvas Gallery, Aroosa Rana contemplates the mysteries of existence
The LBF project is an attempt to shift the focus to the way art is perceived
The world of artist Mussarat Mirza is located in a neighbourhood, within a village, amid a cluster of mud houses
Paintings, textile-based installations and works on paper show how the idea of home can reflect in multiple ways
The group exhibition at San’at Initiative included artists from a range of professional standings, pictorial strategies and conceptual issues
At the dawn of a new millennium, Pakistani artists dealt with issues of violence, racial discrimination, religious identity and travel and...
Pakistan was created in 1947, but is still being reinvented, reshaped, revised and rehashed
In Jovita Alvares’s current solo exhibition, Artificial Sensation, at Chawkandi Art, Karachi, one finds the bougainvillea plant represented in...