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Talk | Dr. Zehra Jumabhoy
What unites India and Pakistan? On the midnight hour of the 14 August 1947, two nations were born: a ‘secular’ India, and a ‘Muslim’ Pakistan. We know what divides them, but art historian and critic Dr. Zehra Jumabhoy will examine contemporary Indian and Pakistani art in the context of what unites them: the Mughal past.
Dr. Zehra Jumabhoy is an art critic and art historian specialising in contemporary South Asian art and has contributed to Frieze, London; ArtAsiaPacific, New York, Art Review Asia, London and contributed to various publications on contemporary art by Phaidon. Dr. Zehra continues to be a regular reviewer for Artforum International, New York, and the London Correspondent for ART India.
Date | 19 June
Time | 7PM
Location | A4 Cinema Room, Alserkal Avenue
Free and open to all but limited spots available. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
Featured artwork courtesy of Corvi-Mora
'Moderate Enlightenment' by Imran Qureshi