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Art Basel Hong Kong Galleries

HONG KONG 21 MAR – 25 MAR 2017

http://rossirossi.com/contemporaryexhibit/art-basel-hong-kong-galleries/

Women to Watch at the Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2016

http://www.lemillindia.com/Women-at-the-Kochi-Muziris-Biennale.jsp

Naiza Khan wins 2013 Prince Claus Award

Naiza Khan (1968, Bahawalpur) creates incisive work that examines the crucial paradoxes of Pakistani society and especially the complex social position of women. She co-founded the VASL artists’ collective, which is a vital hub for contemporary art in Pakistan. She is an inspiring role model for young artists.

Book Review - Naiza Khan Monograph

ArtAsiaPacific recently published a book on Naiza Khan.....

http://www.artnowpakistan.com/profile_detail.php?id=334#.UeRcsG0nyZQ

Tehzeeb Festival & Awards 2013

Naiza honored by Tehzeeb Foundation both as an artist and for services to fine arts in Pakistan

http://tehzeebfoundation.org/f2013.html

The Wardrobe

Holly Brackenbury selects The Wardrobe by Naiza Khan

http://dawnadvertiser.wordpress.com/2013/06/14/holly-brackenbury-selects-the-wardrobe-by-naiza-khan/

Karachi Elegies: Naiza Khan

“Naiza Khan: Karachi Elegies” ran at the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University from February 22 - May 26, 2013.

http://artnowpakistan.com/profile_detail.php?id=303#.UeRnEm0nyZQ

Blouinartinfo

Artist Naiza Khan’s Debut US Solo is a Lament for Karachi -

http://in.blouinartinfo.com/news/story/897018/artist-naiza-khans-debut-us-solo-is-a-lament-for-karachi-her

Interview: Ameliorating creative fortitude

...Her recent return from China after setting up her display on Manora Archives at the Shanghai Biennial Project stands testament to her persistence to stay visible in the local and international art circles.

http://beta.dawn.com/news/795997/interview-ameliorating-creative-fortitude

RE-THINKING URBAN IN PAKISTAN

RE-THINKING URBAN IN PAKISTAN
Collaborative Workshop at NED University

Session II:  Chair and Discussant: Naiza Khan
                   Iftikhar Dadi –Visual Interventions, Noman Ahmed – ‘Wall Chalking and Graffiti in Karachi’

Session IV: Chair and Discussant: Durriya Kazi
                   Naiza Khan – Kurrachee: Past, present and future, Asma Ibrahim –Can museums define urban growth?

Organised by: South Asia Institute at University of Texas – Austin, American Institute of Pakistan Studies
                       Habib University & NED University of Engineering and Technology, Karachi.

Date: 1-2 January 2013

Venue: NED University City Campus
            Maulana Din Muhammad Wafai Road, Karachi