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Pakistani Artist Waqas Khan To Exhibit Solo Show At Irish Museum

Pakistani Artist Waqas Khan To Exhibit Solo Show At Irish Museum

The Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) is preparing to host a significant solo exhibition by acclaimed Pakistani artist Waqas Khan, scheduled to run from June 13, 2024, to March 17, 2025, as announced in a press release.

The showcase will highlight Khan’s celebrated artwork, “Lapsus Imaginis” (2022), a large-scale ink-on-canvas creation measuring 244cm x 344cm.

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Renowned for his innovative and thought-provoking creations, Khan employs a blend of traditional techniques and contemporary vision in his artistic process. His practice is distinguished by a profound exploration of form, texture, and color, resulting in captivating pieces that beckon viewers to immerse themselves in their splendor.

Khan’s artistic perspective is deeply rooted in his fascination with the complexities of human experience, nature, and the universe. With meticulous craftsmanship, he interweaves elements of geometry, pattern, and gesture to craft intricate, dreamlike compositions, transporting his audience to new realms. Exhibiting a unique blend of precision and intuition, Khan’s art encapsulates the harmony and intricacies of the cosmos, prompting contemplation of the mysteries of existence. Through his artistic endeavors, he continually pushes the boundaries of contemporary art, making a lasting impact on the global art scene.

Khan’s artworks have found a place in the permanent collections of esteemed institutions such as the Victoria and Albert Museum, the British Museum, the Manchester Museum, the Kiran Nadar Museum, and Deutsche Bank, among others.