The Medium or the Message?

Author: Dr Akbar Naqvi | Publication: The Herald–Fine Art (p.131) | Dated: Apr 1998

Painters and sculptors have always spoken their minds through their respective media. But more recently, a number of contemporary Continue reading

The Colours of Sindh

Author: Marjorie Husain | Publication: The Review–Art | Dated: 5 Mar 1998

Displayed at the Chawkandi Art, the third solo exhibition of water-colourist Ghalib Baqar is a colourful affair, whereby Continue reading

Conceptual Figurines in Clay

Author: Nadeem Zuberi | Publication: Business Recorder– Weekend | Dated: 26 Nov 2011

The earliest ceramics known to us are the pottery objects unearthed during excavations of old civilizations buried tor thousands of years. Continue reading

Contemporary Ceramics

Author: UnKnown | Publication: Dawn– (p.11) | Dated: 13 Nov 2011

Exhibiting after a hiatus of nine years, ceramist Shazia Zuberi’s current solo. ‘Attrition`, at Chawkandi Art, Karachi, proves once Continue reading

Clay Feat

Author: Amra Ali | Publication: Newsline– Artline | Dated: Dec 2000

“The Shyok and Indus conversation… two rivers originating in Tibet, flow parallel to each other for 700 kilometres, and finally Continue reading

The Good Earth

Author: Sheherbano Hussain | Publication: Newsline– Artline (p.101) | Dated: Oct 2000

Eleven contemporary ceramicists, from pioneers to newcomers, displayed their unique and individual approach to the medium Continue reading

Clay Movements

Author: Marjorie Husain | Publication: The Review– Dawn (p.23) | Dated: 16 Nov 2002

Exhibited at the Chawkandi Art, Shazia Zuberi’s light, lively clay forms, reverberate with movement, a continuation of the young Continue reading

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