Resemble Reassemble

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Titled (still life), 2005 Gesso, Graphite And Paper Collage On Board/Pencil On Paper 207 X 280 Cm © Devi Art Foundation
Line of Control, 2004 Photographs On Lenticular Print 182.9 X 121.9 Cm © Farida Batool
Hairdo, 2006-7 Digital C Prints On Duratrans, Mounted On Light Boxes 78 X 91 X 15 Cm © Mehr Javed
Resemble Reassemble
Curated by: Rashid Rana

Sirpur House, Sector 44, Plot 39
January 17th, 2010 - May 10th, 2010
Opening: April 19th, 2010 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Other (outside areas listed)
Tue-Sat 11am - 7pm; Sun 11am - 7pm
photography, digital


From January 17, 2010 to May 10, 2010 artist Rashid Rana will curate an extensive exhibition covering the contemporary art practice of Pakistan. Both internationally renowned and up-and-coming artists exploring a variety of media will be represented. The exhibition will showcase works by Ayaz Jokhio, Hamra Abbas, Farida Batool, Aisha Khalid, Roohi Ahmed, Ehsan-ul-Haq, to name a few.

Devi Art Foundation presents 'Resemble Reassemble' The exhibition brings together the works of forty-five Pakistani contemporary artists from the Lekha and Anupam Poddar Collection namely Abdullah M.I. Syed, Adeela Suleman, Ahsan Jamal, Aisha Khalid, Ali Raza, Amber Hammad, Anwar Saeed, Asma Mundrawala, Attiya Shaukat, Ayaz Jokhio, Ayesha Zulfiqar, Bani Abidi, Ehasan ul Haq, Fahd Burki, Farida Batool, Ferwa Ibrahim, Hamra Abbas, Huma Mulji, Huria Khan, Imran Ahmad Khan, Imran Mudassar, Imran Qureshi, Iqra Tanveer, Ismet Khawaja, Jamil Baloch, Mariam Ibraaz, Masooma Syed, Mahbub Shah, Mehr Javed, Mehreen Murtaza, Mahreen Asif Zuberi, Mohammad Ali Talpur, Muhammad Zeeshan, Naiza H Khan, Nazia Malik, Noor Ali Chagani, Nusra Laitf Qureshi, Rabbya Nasser, Raju G. C, Risham Syed, Roohi Ahmed, Saira Wasim, Sajjad Ahmed, Saalalae Jamil and Unum Babar.

Curated by : Rashid Rana

The Devi Art Foundation is one of the first not-for-profit spaces dedicated to showcasing contemporary art from the Indian Subcontinent. It has been established to facilitate the viewership of creative expression and artistic practice that exist in the region. It is envisioned as a space that will enable wider audiences to interact with cutting edge and experimental artworks. For more information on Devi Art Foundation, visit