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Karachi School of Art exhibits work of 29 alumni
« on: February 27, 2009, 08:37:37 AM »
Karachi School of Art exhibits work of 29 alumni

Karachi:The Karachi School of Art (KSA) hosted an alumni show on Thursday at its gallery. The show featured nearly 46 pieces by 29 artists.

The school was founded in 1964 by sculptor Rabia Zuberi with the objective of promoting art and cultural traditions while training the youth for careers in art-related fields. Over the period of four decades, the KSA has produced a large number of artists, teachers and designers, who are now established in countless organisations throughout Pakistan and abroad.

With works from one of the first graduates of the school, Lubna Agha, to one of the famous artists of Pakistan, Mashkoor Raza, Athar Jamal and Hanif Shahzad, it was good to see that many of the old artists had sent in their latest works for the exhibition a proof of their continued affection for the KSA.

Abdul Hafeez, who graduated in 1967, put up works that he finished at the turn of the year. Even Maskoor Raza sent in a couple of small pieces that he finished this year.

The exhibition runs till March 1 at the KSA gallery.
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