Faiz by Sadeqain

Poet Faiz Ahmed Faiz
Lahore, January 1977

Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of Faiz’s birth

Image provided by Amarjit Chandan

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‘Ranjha Manjhian…’ by Prem Singh

punjabi-lokgeet2

Punjabi Lok Geet 2

‘Ranjha Manjhian nu hakar mare Mere bhavein mor kookde’

More by Prem Singh at Uddari Art
Modern Art by Punjabis
Prem Singh’s Profile
Erotic drawings at the British Museum of Erotic Art

Contact Prem Singh
prem.p43@gmail.com

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Prem Singh: www.canvasview.com
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‘DeoRhee’ (Entrance) 1 by Kanwal Dhaliwal

A collection of black and white art works titled ‘DEORHEE’ (Entrance)
From ‘The Village’ series
Modern Art by Punjabis

Title: ‘DEORHEE’ (Entrance) 1
Medium: Ink and Wash on Paper
Size: 56cm X 76 cm each
Period – 1985-86

Kanwal Dhaliwal

Works displayed at Uddari Art:
Modern Art
Punjab Landscape
Partition: The Punjab 1947

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Kanwal Dhaliwal
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Benaras-2001 by Gurvinder Singh

City Spirit: Shahr aatma
Benaras 2001
Photo
Black and White

Looking at his still photography it becomes clear why Gurvinder Singh must be a film maker; he can pack with ease, an incredible sense of movement and drama in each frame.

The intensity of the action figures in the transitory balance of each composition of time and space delivers a perfect moment of being and existence.

Gurvinder’s cities are expressed through its people; the kind of people who are in-sync with the ‘natural’ beat of that city. In it, he is a rare image-maker who creates healing urban images to bring home the realization that they do actually exist in our cities.

The stylized beauty of each frame, however, keeps images in the slightly unreal realm of the mind; the imagination.

The healing quality of these photos had me stalling as i was posting them. The last post can stay longer on the main page, so i shuffled them to keep one of my top favorites to be the last; ‘Benaras 2001’, the one right above us.

But i actually love Benares; and, Orcha 1999 is unforgettable.

What a pleasure, Gurvinder Singh!

More here.
Gurvinder’s Profile

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