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“Resemble/Reassemble”

Devi Art Foundation

Featuring miniature paintings and room-size installations, and works whose reference points range from Lollywood (Lahore’s film industry) to Pakistan’s founder Muhammad Ali Jinnah, “Resemble/Reassemble” sets out to show the broad diversity and the best of contemporary Pakistani art, presenting works by forty-five artists. Curated by Rashid Rana, Pakistan’s leading global art star and one of the founding faculty members of the art school at Beaconhouse National University, Lahore, the exhibition is composed exclusively of works from the Lekha and Anupam Poddar collection. The show exemplifies the extraordinary commitment and vision of the Devi Art Foundation, which, in just a year and a half, has become the most important institution for exhibiting contemporary art in South Asia.

“Resemble/Reassemble” presents a fresh and cosmopolitan selection of art from Pakistan, shying away from the

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