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Maalik ki gaari driver ka paseenaChalti hai road par ban kar haseena.Photo Credits: Shaheer Burji (www.facebook.com/shaheerwaliurrehman)Caption Credits: Some random rickshaw wala

23 April 2013     4:02 am     4 notes

flawless-crap:

Maalik ki gaari driver ka paseena
Chalti hai road par ban kar haseena.

Photo Credits: Shaheer Burji (www.facebook.com/shaheerwaliurrehman)
Caption Credits: Some random rickshaw wala

Azhar Ali

30 March 2013     1:26 pm     3 notes

Azhar Ali

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Fahim Allan, a Sufi singer, teaches his art to young students in Sindh, Pakistan.
Photo by Sarmad Palijo.

02 November 2012     5:31 am     753 notes

Fahim Allan, a Sufi singer, teaches his art to young students in Sindh, Pakistan.

Photo by Sarmad Palijo.

(Source: mehreenkasana)

Inside the Shah Faisal Mosque, Islamabad, Pakistan.

02 November 2012     5:30 am     21 notes

Inside the Shah Faisal Mosque, Islamabad, Pakistan.

(Source: paki-pride, via flawless-crap)

Artist Ambreen Butt’s works seem take her craft and process to the extreme, and her latest pieces take on political extremism as a subject. Her portrayal isn’t sensational or single-minded, but systematic: One extreme can’t exist without its polar opposite, neither can exist without everything in between; and her works engage us with a spectrum of ideas and viewpoints.
Her Carroll and Sons solo exhibition, “Ambreen Butt: Beyond the Ideas Of Rightness Or Wrongness There Is A Field; I’ll Meet You There” [Reception, Nov. 2; on view through Dec. 22] is aptly named.
Read my short essay about Butt’s works and processes in the latest issue of Art New England.
Pictured above: A view of Butt’s “I Am My Lost Diamond” (2011) from the exhibition Realms of Intimacy: Miniaturist Practice from Pakistan at Cincinnati’s Contemporary Arts Center. The Carroll and Sons exhibition includes a new installation of this work.

02 November 2012     5:30 am     5 notes

Artist Ambreen Butt’s works seem take her craft and process to the extreme, and her latest pieces take on political extremism as a subject. Her portrayal isn’t sensational or single-minded, but systematic: One extreme can’t exist without its polar opposite, neither can exist without everything in between; and her works engage us with a spectrum of ideas and viewpoints.

Her Carroll and Sons solo exhibition, “Ambreen Butt: Beyond the Ideas Of Rightness Or Wrongness There Is A Field; I’ll Meet You There” [Reception, Nov. 2; on view through Dec. 22] is aptly named.

Read my short essay about Butt’s works and processes in the latest issue of Art New England.

Pictured above: A view of Butt’s “I Am My Lost Diamond” (2011) from the exhibition Realms of Intimacy: Miniaturist Practice from Pakistan at Cincinnati’s Contemporary Arts Center. The Carroll and Sons exhibition includes a new installation of this work.

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Lahore. Badshahi Masjid. Arch by bijapuri ( Ed Sentner ) on Flickr.

02 November 2012     5:30 am     68 notes

Lahore. Badshahi Masjid. Arch by bijapuri ( Ed Sentner ) on Flickr.

(Source: lespritmodestee, via flawless-crap)

A school boy, wearing a backpack, walks past burning fuel tankers along the GT road in Nowshera, located in Pakistan’s Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Province.

02 November 2012     5:28 am     339 notes

A school boy, wearing a backpack, walks past burning fuel tankers along the GT road in Nowshera, located in Pakistan’s Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Province.

(Source: bhagyawati)

General Zia-ul-Haq enjoying a cup of tea.

02 November 2012     5:26 am     4 notes

General Zia-ul-Haq enjoying a cup of tea.

(Source: democraticnonsense, via flawless-crap)

like it was yesterday on Flickr.
Wazir Khan MosqueLahore, Pakistan

02 November 2012     5:26 am     5 notes

like it was yesterday on Flickr.


Wazir Khan Mosque
Lahore, Pakistan

(Source: ayazay)

From Le Roi de Lahore (The King of Lahore) - photographed at Palais Garnier

27 October 2012     12:35 pm     16 notes

From Le Roi de Lahore (The King of Lahore) - photographed at Palais Garnier

(Source: aaylau, via flawless-crap)

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