Monday, September 29, 2014
 
 
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EMERALD CITY
As part of an ongoing curatorial collaboration between Project For Empty Space (Jasmine Wahi) and Solo(s) Project House (Rebecca Jampol), The Gateway Project is pleased to announce the second exhibition in the Gateway Concourse, which includes temporary murals, sculpture

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Mehran Misbah
A distinct characteristic of Islamic aesthetics derives from a deeply held intuition of cosmic equilibrium. One visual manifestation of this attribute is the symmetry of geometric tessellations. My work grafts this design feature

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Bird's Gallery
Bird's Gallery Kew is showcasing MADE IN CHINA- prints from a residency at Guanlan International Printmaking Base from 13 to 27 September 2014.

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Indian Pavilion debuts at Beirut Art Fair 2014
The 5th edition of Beirut Art Fair 2014 opens today at Beirut, playing host to the rich indigenous history and artistic expression of the Indian contemporary art.

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CINE-CLUB
French Cinema (Comedy)” at the Alliance Française de Karachi in the month of September 2014. The movie will be screened on every Tuesday

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Let me breath like a human
Although an unprecedented revolution, in regard to scientific and technological advancement, has occurred in this modern and post-modern world, yet the campaign and urge for socio-moral

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The hypocrisies for laughters
National Academy of Performing Arts (NAPA) is, these days, staging a nice comedy play “Sau Din Chor Kay” at its auditorium. In this age of anxiety and depression, the subject venture is nothing less than a blessing for the Karachiites

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RED celebrates innovation
RED celebrates innovation, art and beauty to explore the many facets of Dubai’s rich diversity and pioneering spirit.

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BERLONI
In 2003 Carl was awarded a Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Scholarship to continue his painting career in Tokyo, during which time he was selected to be artist in residence in Hiroshima City, to document the survivors of the Atomic Bomb, some works of which can be seen here.

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Icons
Corvi-Mora is pleased to present:

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The Other Hundred
East Wing presents -The Other Hundred, a unique photography initiative created as a counterpoint to popular media's 'rich lists', such as the Forbes 100, to bring attention to stories of people from around the world who are not rich, but deserve to be celebrated. The Other Hundred was launched in Hong Kong on 10 October 2013.

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Thespianz String Puppetry for Elders !!
Keeping its campaign for the revival of cultural heritage, social programs and traditional folk art fully alive and affective; Thespianz Theater has been organizing String Puppet Performances at different venues and places of the country

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MARKER 2015: LATIN AMERICA
In 2015, Marker turns its focus to Latin America, and the connections between this region and the Arab world. Curated by Luiza Teixeira de Freitas, Marker will take–for the first time–a multidisciplinary

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Atif Aslam enthralls Karachiites
The weekends have always been a source of pleasure and comfort and a symbol of entertainment sessions after a week-long span of labour and job-stress. The last weekend was really a memorable one for the people of Karachi, particularly

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Ahmed Zoy is no more
Ahmed Zoy, Lahore based painter breathed his last on Thursday July 10, 2014. Answering a question, a few years ago Zoy had said: "After disowning my Recognized Political Refugee status, (Asyl-be richtiger Annerkant) and an illustrator's job with seventh U.S. Army training

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