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Imran Qureshi: Artist of the Year 2013

by Suzanne Cotter

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Imran Qureshi (*1972) is regarded as one of the most important representatives of Pakistan's art scene. Schooled in miniature painting, he employs motifs, symbolism, and ornamentation from the Mogul tradition, which blossomed in the north of the Indian subcontinent during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. In his unique way, Qureshi combines traditional motifs and techniques with conceptual ideas and contemporary, abstract painting.… (more)
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Imran Qureshi (*1972) is regarded as one of the most important representatives of Pakistan's art scene. Schooled in miniature painting, he employs motifs, symbolism, and ornamentation from the Mogul tradition, which blossomed in the north of the Indian subcontinent during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. In his unique way, Qureshi combines traditional motifs and techniques with conceptual ideas and contemporary, abstract painting.

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