More Love Songs - 3D virtual exhibition by Tanzara Gallery

More Love Songs

Thu, 10/22/2020 to Thu, 11/05/2020

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Tanzara Gallery takes pleasure in presenting the works of renowned Pakistani artist Muhammad Atif Khan who has successfully built a niche for himself in the local as well as the international art market. His work interweaves Islamic miniature painting with modern geometric designs and popular culture. The artist successfully creates mysterious narratives through his juxtapositions of Mughal- era figures within mandala- like landscapes. As a contemporary image maker, Khan pushes his artistic limits through varied artistic thoughts and visual explorations of socio-political and cultural issues. He has built a unique visual vocabulary of interweaving his concepts that addresses itself through a soul searching process.

Atif Khan’s work has been widely exhibited home and abroad and is part of private and public collections worldwide. He is the recipient of numerous prestigious international awards and has participated in workshops and residencies locally and globally. Khan’s work has been part of collections namely at the ‘Bradford Museum' UK, 'Aga Khan Museum' Toronto, Canada, 'Sharjah Art Museum' UAE and 'Islamic Museum of Australia' Melbourne, Australia.

He has several solo shows to his credit in Pakistan, UK, Jordan, Switzerland and India as well as participated in numerous group shows. In 2015, he won the Lahore Biennale Foundation's Open Call competition and developed the monumental site-specific installation 'City within a city' at the Chowk Istanbul in Lahore, Pakistan. Alongside his artistic practice, Khan is faculty member at the prestigious National College of Arts in Lahore, Pakistan since 2005 and serving as assistant professor in the department of fine art.

We look forward to welcoming you along with the artist at the opening of this prestigious show!

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