Posts Tagged ‘ art ’

Karachi on Canvas | Art Review

اردو | Artist Madiha Hyder captures how the news has penetrated our lives, shaping a perception of the spaces we inhabit and our sense of self. Issue 9
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غیر ملکی قبضہ اورافغان ثقافت پر سیاست

eng | اس لامتناہی جنگ کے چودہ سال گزرنے کے باوجود بھی ہر طرف افغانستان کا جونقشہ کھینچا جاتا ہے وہ اب بھی بے حد سادہ نگار، مبتذل اور تنگ نظر ہے۔ شمارہ ٩

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Kabul Good: Cultural Politics of an Endless War

اردو | Fourteen years into a war that never seems to end, representations of Afghanistan remain narrow and simplistic. And, they reinforce a Kabul-centric vision of Afghanistan. Issue 9
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Counter-Narrative to Violence: Hum Jo Tareek Rahon Mein Maare Gae | ART

On 23rd May, 2015, the Awami Art Collective launched a public art display at Bagh-e-Jinnah in Lahore to commemorate those civilians who have lost their lives in rampant communal violence and terrorism in Pakistan in the past thirty years.
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یاد تازہ رکھنے کا عمل

راکشسوں، ماضی اور پہاڑوں بارے میں ایک گفتگو۔

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The Cockroach & Other Stories | An interview with artist: Tazeen Qayyum

Sep 2014

Featured artist Tazeen Qayyum speaks about the use of cockroaches, and other metaphors, in her work.
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“And How Many Rains Must Fall” | Art Review

Mar 2014

اردو | Artist Imran Qureshi brought violence to the rooftop of the Metropolitan Museum of Art–and its contradiction into the lives of the everyday New Yorker.
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