The Eye Still Seeks: Pakistani Contemporary Art
A superb art book of one of the most arresting art movements in the world today Pakistan’s contemporary art scene is arguably the most exciting in South Asia. Wellknown curator, artist and teacher Salima Hashmi gives us a superb overview in this lavishly designed book, which includes interviews with artists such as Rashid Rana and pieces by writers like Kamila Shamsie and Mohsin Hamid.
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