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Painting Exhibition at Mary Place Gallery, Paddington Sydney from 25-30 June 2013 by Leading Pakistani artist Ms.Sana Arjumand
H.E.Abdul Malik Abdullah Ms.Sana Arjumand
His Excellency Mr.Abdul Malik Abdullah,the High Commissioner for Pakistan will host a Painting Exhibition by a World Known Pakistani Artist
His Excellency Mr. Abdul Malik Abdullah, the High Commissioner for Pakistan is hosting a “Painting Exhibition by Ms.Sana Arjumand- a leading Pakistani Artist”. The exhibition will be held as per following schedule:
Date: Tue,25 June 2013
Time: 6.00 pm
Venue: Mary Place Art Gallery,
12 Mary Place, Paddington NSW 2021
Exhibition will continue for another five days from 26 to 30 June, 2013 daily from 10am to 5pm.
The event is complimentary. Art lovers from across Australia are welcome to attend.
The High Commissioner has taken the initiative of arranging art exhibitions by Pakistani artists with a view to promoting Pakistani culture in Australia by highlighting the cultural richness and diversity of Pakistan. This exhibition will play a vital role in enhancing the understanding about Pakistani culture among the people of Australia as arts has always been an integral part of any culture and society around the world.
Brief Introduction of the Artist
Sana Arjumand is a young, versatile and passionate visual
artist, based in Islamabad, who has gained worldwide recognition and captured a
large international audience in recent years. Her paintings have been displayed
in different cities of the world like New York, London, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Korea,
Hong Kong, Mumbai and Delhi. Her work has been appreciated and acknowledged by
renowned art critics and publications such as the Time Magazine, Asia Art
Pacific and Art Quarterly. Art info magazine had a review on Sana’s work and put
her name amongst top ten emerging Indian and Pakistani artists.
Ms. Sana is a very prominent figure of the contemporary art scene. She uses several mediums such as digital prints, collages, large scale oil paintings with splashes of tea and acrylic gel. Conceptually she is a postmodern artist who likes to make pieces around strong concepts revolving around the present state of human existence. She infuses a rich blend of cultural symbolism alongside patterns and images that recur very often in the times we live in. She has touched upon politically and religiously sensitive issues with a sense of wit. "Through wit I can speak comfortably about the most sensitive issues" she quotes. Lately, her interest in folk and spiritual imagery has brought her to contemplate upon the connection of these symbols in our modern life.
For any further information/enquiry,
Please contact: Mr. Shifaat Ahmad Kaleem at firstname.lastname@example.org or on telephone 02- 9222 1807.
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