One of Pakistan’s most influential contemporary artists, Naiza Khan (born 1968) captures the experience of living and working in Karachi, where everyday life is affected by natural disaster, urban migration and political struggle. Khan’s practice includes paintings, sculpture, wall drawings, performance and video. This fully illustrated book, designed by Philipp Hubert and published by ArtAsiaPacific, includes a foreword by Michael Rush, Director of the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum, essays by Salima Hashmi, Karin Zitzewitz, Nafisa Rizvi and an interview by Iftikhar Dadi.
This first major monograph on the artist examines over 25 years of Khan’s work and accompanies her first US solo exhibition at the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University, running from February 22-May 26, 2013.
Hardcover, 29 × 21.5cm
176 pages, full color illustrations, three essays and one interview.