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17 Jan 2010 - 10 May 2010

Pakistani contemporary art in India

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[caption id="attachment_1136" align="alignright" width="270" caption="deviartfoundation.org"][/caption] The Devi Art Foundation presents ResembleReassemble curated by Rashid Rana from January 17 to May 10, 2010, which brings together the works of 45 Pakistani contemporary artists chosen from Lekha and Anupam Poddar Collection of Pakistani contemporary art. At present, the term ‘Contemporary Art in Pakistan’ covers an extremely broad and diverse spectrum. In the early years of independent Pakistan, colonial influences fused with the inevitable post-colonial quest for regional identity to produce a very distinct traditionalism. However, the last several years have seen the emergence of yet another kind of art, which is in touch with international artistic currents, less focused on parochial issues of genre and identity and more geared towards the understanding and mindsets of today’s more globalised audiences. Read the review of ResembleReassemble by Simone Wille for Universes-in-Universe.

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