Tag Archives: Miniature Art from Pakistan

Imran Qureshi Invited to Undertake Roof Garden Commission at Metropolitan Museum

Tarika Agarwal shares details of a forthcoming commission by Pakistani contemporary artist Imran Qureshi at the Metropolitan Museum, May 2013 New York: Imran Qureshi, born in Pakistan in 1972, is a leading Pakistani contemporary artist. He is trained in the … Continue reading

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Miniature Painting in Pakistan: Divergences Between Traditional and Contemporary Practice by Murad Khan Mumtaz

Manjari Sihare recommends a short essay on the revival of miniature painting tradition in contemporary Pakistan New York:  Contemporary Pakistani art can be credited for the revival of the age-old miniature painting tradition. Pakistani artist and academic researcher, Murad Khan … Continue reading

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Seher Shah in Huffington Post’s “10 International Artists to Watch in 2013”

Manjari Sihare shares details of Seher Shah’s mention in Huffington Post’s List of Ten International Artists to Watch in 2013 New York: Contemporary art in Pakistan is finally receiving much deserved international recognition after bordering along the shadows of art … Continue reading

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Imran Qureshi is Deutsche Bank’s “Artist of the Year 2013”

Manjari Sihare of Saffronart shares details about Deutsche Bank’s 2013 Artist of the Year Award conferred to Pakistani contemporary artist Imran Qureshi New York: Deutsche Bank has presented its fourth “Artist of the Year” award to leading Pakistani contemporary artist … Continue reading

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The Art of Imran Qureshi

Guest blogger, Sayantan Mukhopadhyay reflects on Imran Qureshi’s Moderate Enlightenment series of paintings New York: As contemporary art hurtles further into its characteristic world of postmodern diffusion – where national categories give way to dissolving borders and trans-regional connections – … Continue reading

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The Geniuses of Art in Pakistan

Guest blogger, Ali Adil Khan reflects on geniuses of Pakistani modern and contemporary art Toronto: Over the last few years, I have often pondered on who could be considered young geniuses amongst the modern and contemporary artists of Pakistan. I … Continue reading

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Ali Adil Khan’s Top 10 from the Art of Pakistan Auction (November 7-8, 2012)

Guest contributor and prolific collector, Ali Adil Khan picks his top works in Saffronart’s Art of Pakistan Auction  Toronto: My top ten favorite works in the Art of Pakistan Auction have been listed in the slideshow below in order of priority … Continue reading

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Miniatures: Survival of a Revival

Guest blogger, Ali Adil Khan shares his views on contemporary miniature paintings from Pakistan Toronto: We are experiencing a modern revival of the miniature painting tradition that is unrivaled. This contemporary miniature art movement, emanating from a premier art institute … Continue reading

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Anupam Poddar on Art from Pakistan

Yamini Telkar of Saffronart in conversation with Delhi collector Anupam Poddar  New Delhi: Anupam Poddar, undoubtedly one of India’s most important contemporary art collectors, hardly needs an introduction. Poddar has been acknowledged worldwide as a premier patron in the ArtReview … Continue reading

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