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Reflecting on the Self and the City

Chagani is emotional as he narrates how the city of Lahore with its historic red brick architecture has given him everything from the fulfilment of his goals to inspiration for art making. His site of discourse may appear to be a homage to the city of Lahore but the choice of material and meticulous making and production of his works call for a much more nuanced understanding of Chagani’s work.

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Portraits in Pictures

Ghiya presents his creations with a vague matrix-like flair, announcing a Download Error that will be familiar to anyone who had tried to access a heavy picture file from internet. And for a moment it seems as if there has been a serious problem in printing out the images displayed.

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‘Anju Dodiya: Breathing on Mirrors’

Anju Dodiya is a thoughtful woman. Her art is complex, involved, thought provoking and, yes, thoughtful. One look and you, her audience, know that it has a lot more meaning and significance than it seems on casual viewing. There is history, there is intellect, there is travel and reading and, again, a great deal of thought that has gone into creating it.

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‘Manisha Parekh: A River Inside’

A River Inside, Manisha Parekh's latest show in Mumbai at the Jhaveri Contemporary gallery, was rooted in the line in its various forms. It showed off various shapes and forms, most notable being the layered perforated stories she created with handmade paper.

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