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05-22-2010, 08:58 PM #1
Pakistan Through a Lens
'Pakistan Through a Lens' showcases a Pakistan rarely highlighted by the mainstream media. Based on the acronym ?Pakistan?, the show has been divided into eight categories exploring people, places, the dichotomous urban rural life, women, festivals, costume and ideas of nationhood. The collaborative exhibition has been curated by Sadia Malik of 'Destination Pakistan' founded to counter the slanted media coverage of Pakistan. Featuring 25 contemporary Pakistani photographers, the show emphasizes on an ethnically homogeneous, religiously tolerant and culturally diverse Pakistan. The three month long exhibition will continue at Redbridge Museum until 19th June, 2010 and tour different cities in the UK and at a later stage to Pakistan. ? (Images: Courtesy of Destination Pakistan and Redbridge Museum)
Balochistan?s capital Quetta twinkles at night.
A lone girl walks amongst the ruins of Makli.
A bored cop sits amongst the wild fans gripped by Cricket mania.
Village children wait fro their turn of roasted corn.
Pakistan?s female swimmer Kiran Khan.
A policewoman guards the streets while other women shop.
Labourers wrap up their work at Gadani.
Bull carts compete at a festival in rural Punjab.
Chillies and clothes dry in a court yard.
A tailor relaxes with his rosary in a thrift shop in Kashmir.
A trilingual farewell at a railway station.
05-22-2010, 10:04 PM #2
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this is pretty cool I like the last onesorry dude .... Hash
05-23-2010, 09:51 PM #3
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Nice share.. Indeed!
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