Collective Vision

Author: Murtaza Vali in Ridgefirld | Publication: The Herald -(p.162) | Dated: Oct 2005

In the traditional karkhanas of the Mughal court, art was used in the service of politics. In contrast, the karkhana of the twenty- first century has produced a voice Continue reading

Catalyst of Change

Author: Naiza H. Khan | Publication: The Herald - Fine Arts (p.159) | Dated: Oct 2005

The spaces for communication in the visual arts world are expanding day by day. The movement of Pakistani artists and art works between cities as far afield as Honolulu, Continue reading

A Site for Pause and Reflection

Author: Salwat Ali | Publication: Dawn - Gallery (p.9) | Dated: 26 May 2013

Hope triumphs over despair when we see foliate patterns surface in a garden soiled with the bloody marks of death. Apparently an unusual piece of art, this aftermath Continue reading

A Roof Top Marvel

Author: Farah Zia | Publication: The News - Encore (p.32) | Dated: 26 May 2013

It’s time for the Deutsche Bank’s Artist of the Year’ to add the next feather in his cap. On May 14, the Roof Garden Installation by Imran Qureshi opened at the Continue reading

Miniature Makeover

Author: Alia Hasan Khan | Publication: The Herald - Fine Arts (p.126) | Dated: Nov 1999

With contemporary artists taking the miniature format well beyond what is generally understood as its traditional ambit, the age-old discipline has witnessed something Continue reading

Coming of Age

Author: Niilofur Farrukh | Publication: Newsline - ArtLine (p.149) | Dated: Nov 1999

Pakistani painters have always found miniature painting a rich lode of our multicultural visual legacy and mined it as a creative resource. However, its emergence as Continue reading

Miniature Makeover

Author: Hammad Nasar | Publication: The Herald - Fine Arts (p.134) | Dated: Apr 2004

The Corvi-Mora Gallery in London is hosting Mohammad lmran Qureshi’s latest exhibition until April 17. After a quick perusal, it appears that Qureshi is dangerously Continue reading

Plentitude of Smallness

Author: Dr. Akbar Naqvi | Publication: The Herald - Fine Arts (p.134) | Dated: Dec 2002

The exhibition of Mohammad lmran Qureshi’s work held last month at Karachi’s Chawkandi Art was yet another doubtful gift from Lahore. lmran is a traditional Continue reading

Beyond Boundaries

Author: Marjorie Husain | Publication: Dawn - Gallery (p.3) | Dated: 9 Nov 2002

Weaving a narrative recital of modern times and past influences, Mohammed Imran Qureshi expresses his impressions addressed by recent travel in several countries. Continue reading

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