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BOOK REVIEW

In Good Company

Two new books shed light on the impact of Pakistan's tight-knit
art community—those practicing both at home and abroad

THE EYE STILL SEEKS: PAKISTANI CONTEMPORARY ART  edited by Salima Hashmi. Published by Penguin Studio, Gurgaon, 2015. Hardcover with full color illustrations, 303 pages.

ANWAR JALAL SHEMZA edited by Iftikhar Dadi. Published by Ridinghouse, London, 2015. Hardcover with full color illustrations, 216 pages.  

In the wake of Pakistani artists' increasingly prominent place in global exhibitions, collections and galleries, two volumes released last year offer scholarly and discursive perspectives on…

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