Aga Khan Award for Architecture

Surrealism in Pakistan

National History Museum – A Curatorial Project by the Citizens Archive of Pakistan

The Summer Show

World War Three : Design for Informed Extremism

ADA

Architecture

Aga Khan Award for Architecture

Issue 48 Photography | As mentioned I walked into the gallery space of the Alliance Francaise de Karachi, greeted by an assortment of creative media that was organised by Goethe Institute Karachi. The large-scale collages and mixed media pieces that adorned the walls soon gave way to a number of identical screens, where videos displayed scenes o

Design

World War Three : Design for Informed Extremism

Issue 48 Text | Talha Ahmed Kehar Visuals | Courtesy Animal Design campaigns are often concerned and conflated with commercial ventures. It often feels like most design campaigns are aimed at selling us something, a product, a lifestyle, a happiness that is just within reach but tied to materials and objects. This is not to say that marketing o

Art

Surrealism in Pakistan

Issue 48 Text | Mariam Qureshi Visuals | As mentioned The Surrealists sought to channel the unconscious as a means to unlock the power of the imagination. They believed the rational mind repressed the power of the imagination, weighing it down with taboos.The Surrealist impulse to tap the unconscious mind, and their interests in myth and primiti