Contemporary South Asian miniature art: A short bibliography

Further reading

Aasim Akhtar, ‘Interview: Hammad Nasar’. Newsline Pakistan, May 2009.

Shamim Akhter. ‘Aisha Khalid and Imran Qureshi. Radical in Different Ways.Pakistan Art Review, Issu 2, 2013.

Ali, Atteqa. “Postmodernism: Recent Developments in Art in Pakistan and Bangladesh”. In Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2000–. (October 2004)

Beyong the Page: The Miniature as Attitude in Contemporary Art from Pakistan. Exhibition Brochure, Pacific Asian Museum, 2010.

Juliana Cerqueira, ‘Beyond the Page – Hammad Nasar on Contemporary Pakistani Art.Naked Punch Review, Issue 10, October 2009.

Contemporary Miniatures. Exhibition Brochure, Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA), 2011.

Holland Cotter. ‘Great Meaning in Asian Small Works.’ The New York Times, December 2, 2005.

Iftikhar Dadi, ‘Miniature Painting as Muslim Cosmopolitanism’. Islamic Art and Architecture, September 2011.

Department of Islamic Art. “The Art of the Mughals before 1600”. In Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2000–. (October 2002)

Vishakha N. Desai. ‘Intertwined Identities. Shahzia Sikander Interview.’ Art Asia Pacific, Sept/Oct 2013.

Maurice S. Dimand. Mughal Painting under Akbar The Great. Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Gina Hassan. ‘Faiza Butt: The Political Artist.The Express Tribune Pakistan, Januray 6, 2013.

Hanae Ko. ‘The Sound of Broken Clapping. Hamra Abbas.’ Art Asia Pacific, Nov/Dec 2010.

Elisabetta Marabotto, ‘Kharkana: A Contemporary Collaboration.’ Saffronart blog, November 2012.

Sharon Mizota, ‘Beyond the Page: The Miniature as Attitude in Contemporary Art From Pakistan’ at the Pacific Asia Museum’. Los Angeles Times, April 2010.

Christopher Mooney. ‘Rashid Rana.Art Review,  2011.

Hammad Nasar, ‘The ‘Expanded Field’ of Contemporary Miniature’. Nafas Art Magazine, May 2010.

Pakistan country archive. Nafas Art Magazine.

Amy Roehleder. Living Traditions: Contemporary Art from Iran, Afghanistan, and Pakistan. Feb 2009.

Sahrish. Aisha Khalid. Feminist Art Archive.

Manjari Sihare, Miniatures: Survival of a Revival. Saffronart blog, November 2012.

Murtaza Vali. Paradise Found and Lost. Salima Hashmi. Art Asia Pacific, Mar/Apr 2008.

Sara Wajid, ‘Beyond the Page. Contemporary Art from Pakistan. Nafas Art Magazine, December 2006.

Louis Werner, ‘Reinventing Miniature Painting.’ Saudi Aramco World, July-August 2009.

Virginia Whiles, Art and Polemic in Pakistan: Cultural Politics and Tradition in Contemporary Miniature Painting. Tauris Academic Studies, London, 2010.

Leann Wolley, ‘Reinventing Miniatures: a look at the “Beyond the Page” art exhibit’. Asia Pacific Arts, USC, April 2010.

NOTE: This is only a short bibliography of interesting and relevant articles, essays and publications on South Asian miniature art, and is by no means comprehensive.

C. A. Xuan Mai Ardia


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