The author is an art critic based in Lahore
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
Can a layman tweak the artwork he owns?
‘After’ symbolises the past, not the future
Geometry is not just about reducing nature into shapes, it also translates the essence of tangible into the domain of the abstract
Many shades and dimensions of colours
The debate on imitation and art spills over into virtual world in times of coronavirus pandemic.
He founded the Department of Visual Islamic and Traditional Arts at the Royal College of Art in 1984
Does singularity of size suffice as a common theme for a series of exhibitions at venues as far removed as Islamabad, Karachi and Lahore?