Punjabi Artists and Photographers at Uddari Art

Uddari Art Exhibition, the blog, began August 23rd with Shahid Mirza’s ‘kala Mainda Bhes’; and, in just over three months we already have the pleasure of viewing the work of over fifteen professional painters and photographers of Punjabi origin.

From Lahore, Chandigarh, New Delhi, London and Wales, our artists offer us unique styles, diverse forms and individual perspectives. The Creators deliver us our Punjab in images of color, and black and white; in paint and photography. Real and the unreal; pleasures and pain.
Painters
1. Kanwal Dhaliwal
2. Ayesha Farooq
3. Satish Gujral
4. Navpreet Kaur
5. Pran Nath Mago
6. Shahid Mirza
7. Sidharth
8. SL Parasher
9. Iqbal Rasheed
10. Prem Singh
Photographers
1. Amarjit Chandan
2. Marek Jakubowski
3. Diwan Manna
4. Subhash Parihar
5. Gurvinder Singh
6. Prem Singh

View works displayed in the following themes:
Exhibition
– Modern Art by Punjabis
– City Spirit: Shahr Aatma
– Partition: The Punjab 1947
– Punjab Landscape
– People Punjab: Portraits and Groups
– Windows, Doors and Dwellings

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Art on Punjab Partition, Moonsoon Fashion Event, and the ‘Streets of Karachi’

Art work created by Punjabi artists on 1947 Punjab Partition is on display at Uddari Art Exhibition in Partition: The Punjab 1947. View paintings and drawings by Satish Gujral, Pran Nath Mago, SL Prasher; and, sculptures by Dhan Raj Bhagat.

Find information at Earthpoems about a Red Earth Moonsoon Fashion show on the theme of ‘green’, set to begin tomorrow in New Delhi as part of a month-long festival.

The USA premiere of a new docu-drama titled ‘Streets of Karachi’ (Urdu with English subtitles) is due August 16 in Palo Alto, California. Presented by Precept Productions, the film produced and directed by Shoieb Yunus while the cast includes Adil Murad, Nadia Hussain, Munawar Saeed, Umair Leghari, and others. View the trailer and more information at Cultural Events Page.

Books About Karachi