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20140529035308-bb8_zink_yi_david_installationview_300dpi Lost in the Berlin Biennale: A First Look   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Zarouhie Abdalian, Bani Abidi, Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc, Saadane Afif, David Chalmers Alesworth, Carlos Amorales, Andreas Angelidakis, Leonor Antunes, Julieta Aranda, Tarek Atoui, Nairy Baghramian, Bianca Baldi, Patrick Alan Banfield, Alberto Baraya, Rosa Barba, Gordon Bennett, Zachary Cahill, Mariana Castillo Deball, Carolina Caycedo, Tacita Dean, Mario García Torres, Beatriz González, Agatha Gothe-Snape, Shilpa Gupta, Cynthia Gutiérrez, Ganesh Haloi, Carsten Höller, Iman Issa, Irene Kopelman, Kemang Wa Lehulere, Matts Leiderstam, Glenn Ligon, Goshka Macuga, Santu Mofokeng, Shahryar Nashat, Olaf Nicolai, Otobong Nkanga, Christodoulos Panayiotou, Judy Radul, Center for Historical Reenactments, Jimmy Robert, Anri Sala, Michael Stevenson, Mariam Suhail, Vivan Sundaram, Gaganendranath Tagore, Slavs and Tatars, Wolfgang Tillmans, Tonel, Li Xiaofei, Danh Vo & Xiu Xiu, David Zink Yi, Carla Zaccagnini at Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art May 29th - August 3rd
Posted 5/29/14

Fifty artists is not so many for a biennial, and we were certainly looking forward to a concentrated and focussed set of exhibitions. Spread across three venues, this Biennale sprawls, conceptually and physically. Sonja Hornung: ‪We caught the train out to Dahlem, west of Berlin, and got rained on. Once we made it into the exhibition you seemed totally uneasy, Richard – why was that? Richard Pettifer: I couldn’t work out what was from the Biennale and what were pre-existing from the Et... [more]

20100908235801-the-distance-from-here3 Pretty Paperwork and Other Visa Procedures   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Bani Abidi at project 88 September 13th, 2010 - October 11th, 2010
Posted 9/20/10

As a Pakistani who is married to an Indian and lives in India on a tourist visa, Bani Abidi is intimately familiar with the visa application process. In her new solo show at Mumbai’s Project 88, it shows. Section Yellow is composed of  works made over the last few months including a video, two series of photographs and a set of photo-text montages. All the elements tie in with one another, though some manage this better than others. The montages are meant to punctuate the larger narrative t... [more]

Ayaz-jokhio Pakistani Art in Perspective   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Hamra Abbas, Bani Abidi, Roohi Ahmed, Sajjad Ahmed, Unum Babar, Jamil Baloch, Farida Batool, Leia Bevilacqua, Fahd Burki, Raju G. C, Noor Ali Chagani, Amber Hammad, Ehasan ul Haq, Mariam Ibraaz, Ferwa Ibrahim, Ahsan Jamal, Saalalae Jamil, Mehr Javed, Ayaz Jokhio, Huria Khan, Imran Ahmad Khan, Naiza H Khan, Ismet Khawaja, Nazia Malik, Imran Mudassar, Huma Mulji, Asma Mundrawala, Mehreen Murtaza, Rabbya Nasser, Imran Qureshi, Nusra Laitf Qureshi, Ali Raza, Anwar Saeed, Mahbub Shah, Attiya Shaukat, Adeela Suleman, Abdullah M.I. Syed, Masooma Syed, Risham Syed, Mohammad Ali Talpur, Iqra Tanveer, Saira Wasim, Muhammad Zeeshan, Mahreen Asif Zuberi, Ayesha Zulfiqar at Devi Art Foundation January 17th, 2010 - May 10th, 2010
Posted 3/2/10

The current exhibition of contemporary Pakistani art, “Resemble Reassemble,” up at the Devi Art Foundation, was curated by Rashid Rana from the private collection of Lekha and Anupam Poddha, and fits comfortably within the context of contemporary discussions surrounding the peace talks between India and Pakistan and the Aman ki Asha (Hope for Peace) joint initiative between the Times of India and Jang Group of newspapers.In January of this year I attended a peace conference between India and Pakistan where th... [more]

Ranaredcarpet1 Firebrands   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Hamra Abbas, Bani Abidi, Zahoor ul Akhlaq, Faiza Butt, Ayaz Jokhio, Naiza Khan, Arif Mahmood, Huma Mulji, Asma Mundrawala, Imran Qureshi, Rashid Rana, Ali Raza, Answar Saeed, Adeela Suleman at Asia Society Museum September 10th, 2009 - January 3rd, 2010
Posted 10/4/09

Hanging Fire, the idiom used to suggest a critical delay, is the first museum show in America at the Asia Society in New York of contemporary art from Pakistan. The country, created by partition in 1947, constitutes the second largest Muslim population in the world. Subject to ongoing and complex forces that result in quotidian tenuousness and violence, a critical mass of creative individuals, mainly in the theater and visual arts, is able to continue to produce. This exhibition, curated... [more]

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