“I’m not a journalist”: Pakistani neo-miniaturist Imran Qureshi – artist profile


The last few years have seen Pakistani artist Imran Qureshi’s work continue on an ever successful trajectory, gaining awards, attention and audiences worldwide.

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“Ecstasy as Sublime, Heart as Vector”: Pakistan’s Shahzia Sikander – artist profile


Shahzia Sikander’s “outburst of energy, imagination, and creativity” is on show at MAXXI in Rome until 23 October 2016.

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Imaginary worlds: the visual vocabulary of Pakistani artist Atif Khan – artist profile


Pakistani artist Atif Khan’s iconography traces its lineage back to the aesthetically rich Mughal empire while providing a contemporary twist.

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Kemang Wa Lehulere announced as Deutsche Bank’s “Artist of the Year” 2017


Deutsche Bank awards South African artist Keman Wa Lehulere with its prestigious title of Artist of the Year for 2017.

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Contemporary art in Lahore: Art Radar guide


Art Radar explores the best art venues in Lahore, the cultural capital of Pakistan, where wealth of traditions intertwine with contemporary art offerings.

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Art in a suitcase: Is miniature art becoming a new trend?


Miniature art is enjoying a renaissance with internationally acclaimed artists such as Imran Qureshi, Aisha Khalid, Shanzia Sikander and Rashid Rana. Art Radar asks “Is miniature art becoming a new trend?”

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Japan’s Koki Tanaka named Deutsche Bank Artist of the Year 2015


Japan-born artist Koki Tanaka who magically transform matters of the everyday into fantastic events is named 2015 Artist of the Year by Deutsche Bank in the sixth iteration of the annual prize.

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Think global, ‘art’ local: Curators discuss contemporary curatorial practice – conference


Eminent international curators discuss the role of art and curating in Asia in the radio show “Urgency and Relevance: A Curatorial Perspective”, aired on Clocktower Productions on 5 May 2014 as part of the series “Dialogues in Asian Contemporary Art”.

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