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    Exhibition Review

    Rastay – the social change

    Founded by the artist, Faiza Khan, in 2010, is a non-political, non-partisan, non-religious and not-for-profit organization operating from Islamabad, Pakistan. RASTAY is a forum to promote and encourage the Government of Pakistan and civil society to strengthen the nation by creating avenues for dialogue, participation through art and cultural forums, educational, social development initiatives and through creative resolutions to eliminate challenges. .

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    Pakistan Art

    The marvels of Hanif Shahzad

    The awe-inspiring solo show of Hanif Shahzad held recently at Chawkandi Art Gallery was a rare treat for art lovers in Karachi. His work included a series of country’s historic monuments with extensive coverage of Mohatta Palace, Karachi. His work comes out impressive with the golden hues and dawn light painted beautifully. His paintings capture the essence of life, the grandeur of the majestic buildings and landscape structures.

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    Cubism Feature

    The Cubist Movement

    The allusive “Cubism” took its turn to dominate the early twentieth century with its unconventional visually abstract style and founding artists Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973) and Georges Braque (French, 1882-1963). To unravel the mysteries of a Cubist painting, the viewer must abandon the expectation of realistic three-dimensional presentation, of an obvious perspective of depth and distance through realist forms and figures and, rather, delve into the celebration of the two-dimensional nature of a canvas

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