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Resplendent With Light

Resplendent With Light

Renovations are always challenging, marrying the old with the new requires expertise and a sensitized design intervention to an existing work area that is already in use. The project neighborhood also does not have a grandeur of a working district, hence most organisations end up creating capsules of inner spaces to provide their work force an envi


Art Culture & Society

When Oscar Niemeyer was a kid, he would draw in the air with his fingers. As soon as he could hold a pencil his mother gave him one, and he drew the same thing: floating, weightless shapes, forming and reforming. When, as a teenager, he discovered the brothels of Rio, his lines began to follow the curves of women, hip, breast, and thigh. Influencin


We Are All Mad Here

We Are All Mad Here

A myriad of colours welcomed the audience as they stepped into Canvas Gallery recently. Reds, blues, greens and yellows infused into one another as they came together to paint portraits of female forms in various poses; some reclining, some hanging from the ceiling, some in dramatic poses. Some returned the viewer’s gaze intrepidly. With a cursor



Remembering Saba Mahmood

Saba Mahmood, Professor of Anthropology at the University of California at Berkeley, passed away on March 10th, 2018. The cause was pancreatic cancer. Professor Mahmood specialized


ADA Dialogue III | Do You Know Your City? - Lahore

ADA Dialogue III | Do You Know Your City? – Lahore

ADA paid a tribute to Lahore with their signature Dialogue series. The dialogue, III in the series, was held at the Alhamra Arts Council on October 5th, 2018 and was aimed at celeb