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  • Photographers on Royal Trail

    Attended by around 800 photographers, the WCLA claims the event biggest one in Pakistan...

    Students and amateur photographers representing various institutions including Comsats, Garrison College, King Edward, Naqsh Art, University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Punjab University, UMT, Government College University, Kinnaird College, UET, NCA, PIFD, University of South Asia, University of Gujrat, FC College and Superior College...

  • Japan and Pakistan — through the eyes of photographers

    ISLAMABAD: A photography exhibition titled ‘Tohoku - Through the Eyes of Japanese Photographers’ was inaugurated by Japanese Ambassador Takashi Kurai on Wednesday...

    Also on display were photographs by amateur Pakistani photographers who submitted pictures inspired by Japan as part of the Click Japan project...

  • Yearbook of photographers’ work launched

    ISLAMABAD: The Photographic Art Society of Pakistan in collaboration with Lok Virsa launched Yearbook 2015 that highlights the efforts of talented photographers...

    The yearbook showcases the impressions of more than 100 photographers to underscore their creativity and skill...

  • PRA in action against fashion photographers

    LAHORE: The Punjab Revenue Authority (PRA) sealed on Wednesday the outlet of a fashion photographer and impounded record from two other photographers’ outlets in the Gulberg area for not registering with the authority for sales tax collection...

    The authority has recently begun action against non-compliant photography studios and event photographers/filmmakers for tax default and non-registration...

  • Ibad assures press photographers of medical, housing facilities

    KARACHI: An oath-taking ceremony of the newly-elected body of the Pakistan Association of Press Photographers (PAPP) was held at Governor House on Thursday where Dr Ishratul Ibad Khan assured the photojournalists community of resolution of their issues...

    The press photographers recently elected Syed Hamid Hussain as PAPP president with Syed Abbas Mehdi as general secretary, Saeed Iqbal as vice president, Saqib Siddiqui as treasurer...

  • Portfolio: Of light and shadows

    Over the last few years, Imran Qureshi has received incredible international acclaim — from the Deutsche Bank Award for ‘Artist of the year’ to prestigious commissions at Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Roof Garden and Aga Khan Museum...

    For these public exhibits, he has also come to be recognised for tackling large and open spaces, covering them with splashes of paint, often red and blood-like that turn into intricate foliage as you come...
  • Portfolio: Altering perceptions

    As the centuries roll by, history continues to be misrepresented and distorted at the behest of the warring dictators to compulsively feed their narcissistic egos...

    Ironically, despite the constant struggle of common people to reveal the truth, it is the word of the rich and powerful that eventually prevails
  • Portfolio: Nostalgic reverberations

    For a comprehensive appreciation of the present period, it is necessary to take an occasional glance at the past events...

    At times, merely out of curiosity, humans have the urge to satisfy themselves by revisiting history
  • Portfolio: A city in conflict

    In this city (read Karachi) of innumerable dangers, an overriding concern for security has significantly reshaped society; at the same time, it has affected people’s psychology, politics and design...

    The deceptively complex issue of pre-emptive security has led to the omnipresent jute sandbags in regular size, or the large mesh cages filled with sand that now feature as the city furniture
  • Portfolio: Disconnection and dislocation

    He is perhaps best placed to handle this monumental task — brought up in Lahore, trained in the US, and now part of the cosmopolitan art milieu in New York, the global city where all cultures meld and come together...

  • Portfolio: Lahore Lahore hai

    Depicting Lahore in images is an old practice and its early patterns could be found in the miniature paintings of the Mughal era...

    During the 19th century, the British colonial painters such as James Duffield Hardinge (1798-1863), Henry Ambrose Oldfield (1822-1871), and Alfred Frederick Pollock Harcourt (1836-1910) became obsessed with the architecture, street culture, couture and diversity of professions, which first they depicted in...
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