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city vs nature
The melt is happening as we speak...open water is coming soon for @barrelback_walloon and @hotelwalloon ! #Walloon #PureMichigan
Oggi la luce è una buccia di limone sul vetro dell’aria.
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'Dying Flower V' 8×12" edition of 3 + AP Print in a backlit Frame The Imran Mir Art Foundation is pleased to present ‘Wallflower’, a solo exhibition by the winner of the second cycle of the Imran Mir Art Prize, Jovita Alvares. Jovita’s current body of work, developed over the past year, explores the bougainvillea as a metaphor to investigate urban aspirations of beauty, growth and mortality. The bougaenvilla as a foreign plant thrives particularly well in the desert climate of Karachi and adds colour and cover to the militarized and brown landscape. Thus, contrasting with other local flora which are erased in an ever-expanding metropolis, this flower becomes an apt symbol through which to parse the truths of a rapidly shifting metropolis and our place as citizens of it. The jury for the Imran Mir Art Prize 2016-17 was Iftikhar Dadi, Simone Wille and Saira Ansari. Aziz Sohail served as the Curatorial Advisor.
'Dying Flower V' 8×12" edition of 3 + AP Print in a backlit Frame The Imran Mir Art Foundation is pleased to present ‘Wallflower’, a solo exhibition by the winner of the second cycle of the Imran Mir Art Prize, Jovita Alvares. Jovita’s current body of work, developed over the past year, explores the bougainvillea as a metaphor to investigate urban aspirations of beauty, growth and mortality. The bougaenvilla as a foreign plant thrives particularly well in the desert climate of Karachi and adds colour and cover to the militarized and brown landscape. Thus, contrasting with other local flora which are erased in an ever-expanding metropolis, this flower becomes an apt symbol through which to parse the truths of a rapidly shifting metropolis and our place as citizens of it. The jury for the Imran Mir Art Prize 2016-17 was Iftikhar Dadi, Simone Wille and Saira Ansari. Aziz Sohail served as the Curatorial Advisor.
'Dying Flower V' 8×12" edition of 3 + AP Print in a backlit Frame The Imran Mir Art Foundation is pleased to present ‘Wallflower’, a solo exhibition by the winner of the second cycle of the Imran Mir Art Prize, Jovita Alvares. Jovita’s current body of work, developed over the past year, explores the bougainvillea as a metaphor to investigate urban aspirations of beauty, growth and mortality. The bougaenvilla as a foreign plant thrives particularly well in the desert climate of Karachi and adds colour and cover to the militarized and brown landscape. Thus, contrasting with other local flora which are erased in an ever-expanding metropolis, this flower becomes an apt symbol through which to parse the truths of a rapidly shifting metropolis and our place as citizens of it. The jury for the Imran Mir Art Prize 2016-17 was Iftikhar Dadi, Simone Wille and Saira Ansari. Aziz Sohail served as the Curatorial Advisor.
'Dying Flower V' 8×12" edition of 3 + AP Print in a backlit Frame The Imran Mir Art Foundation is pleased to present ‘Wallflower’, a solo exhibition by the winner of the second cycle of the Imran Mir Art Prize, Jovita Alvares. Jovita’s current body of work, developed over the past year, explores the bougainvillea as a metaphor to investigate urban aspirations of beauty, growth and mortality. The bougaenvilla as a foreign plant thrives particularly well in the desert climate of Karachi and adds colour and cover to the militarized and brown landscape. Thus, contrasting with other local flora which are erased in an ever-expanding metropolis, this flower becomes an apt symbol through which to parse the truths of a rapidly shifting metropolis and our place as citizens of it. The jury for the Imran Mir Art Prize 2016-17 was Iftikhar Dadi, Simone Wille and Saira Ansari. Aziz Sohail served as the Curatorial Advisor.
'Dying Flower V' 8×12" edition of 3 + AP Print in a backlit Frame The Imran Mir Art Foundation is pleased to present ‘Wallflower’, a solo exhibition by the winner of the second cycle of the Imran Mir Art Prize, Jovita Alvares. Jovita’s current body of work, developed over the past year, explores the bougainvillea as a metaphor to investigate urban aspirations of beauty, growth and mortality. The bougaenvilla as a foreign plant thrives particularly well in the desert climate of Karachi and adds colour and cover to the militarized and brown landscape. Thus, contrasting with other local flora which are erased in an ever-expanding metropolis, this flower becomes an apt symbol through which to parse the truths of a rapidly shifting metropolis and our place as citizens of it. The jury for the Imran Mir Art Prize 2016-17 was Iftikhar Dadi, Simone Wille and Saira Ansari. Aziz Sohail served as the Curatorial Advisor.
'Dying Flower V' 8×12" edition of 3 + AP Print in a backlit Frame The Imran Mir Art Foundation is pleased to present ‘Wallflower’, a solo exhibition by the winner of the second cycle of the Imran Mir Art Prize, Jovita Alvares. Jovita’s current body of work, developed over the past year, explores the bougainvillea as a metaphor to investigate urban aspirations of beauty, growth and mortality. The bougaenvilla as a foreign plant thrives particularly well in the desert climate of Karachi and adds colour and cover to the militarized and brown landscape. Thus, contrasting with other local flora which are erased in an ever-expanding metropolis, this flower becomes an apt symbol through which to parse the truths of a rapidly shifting metropolis and our place as citizens of it. The jury for the Imran Mir Art Prize 2016-17 was Iftikhar Dadi, Simone Wille and Saira Ansari. Aziz Sohail served as the Curatorial Advisor.
'Dying Flower V' 8×12" edition of 3 + AP Print in a backlit Frame The Imran Mir Art Foundation is pleased to present ‘Wallflower’, a solo exhibition by the winner of the second cycle of the Imran Mir Art Prize, Jovita Alvares. Jovita’s current body of work, developed over the past year, explores the bougainvillea as a metaphor to investigate urban aspirations of beauty, growth and mortality. The bougaenvilla as a foreign plant thrives particularly well in the desert climate of Karachi and adds colour and cover to the militarized and brown landscape. Thus, contrasting with other local flora which are erased in an ever-expanding metropolis, this flower becomes an apt symbol through which to parse the truths of a rapidly shifting metropolis and our place as citizens of it. The jury for the Imran Mir Art Prize 2016-17 was Iftikhar Dadi, Simone Wille and Saira Ansari. Aziz Sohail served as the Curatorial Advisor.
'Dying Flower V' 8×12" edition of 3 + AP Print in a backlit Frame The Imran Mir Art Foundation is pleased to present ‘Wallflower’, a solo exhibition by the winner of the second cycle of the Imran Mir Art Prize, Jovita Alvares. Jovita’s current body of work, developed over the past year, explores the bougainvillea as a metaphor to investigate urban aspirations of beauty, growth and mortality. The bougaenvilla as a foreign plant thrives particularly well in the desert climate of Karachi and adds colour and cover to the militarized and brown landscape. Thus, contrasting with other local flora which are erased in an ever-expanding metropolis, this flower becomes an apt symbol through which to parse the truths of a rapidly shifting metropolis and our place as citizens of it. The jury for the Imran Mir Art Prize 2016-17 was Iftikhar Dadi, Simone Wille and Saira Ansari. Aziz Sohail served as the Curatorial Advisor.
'Dying Flower V' 8×12" edition of 3 + AP Print in a backlit Frame The Imran Mir Art Foundation is pleased to present ‘Wallflower’, a solo exhibition by the winner of the second cycle of the Imran Mir Art Prize, Jovita Alvares. Jovita’s current body of work, developed over the past year, explores the bougainvillea as a metaphor to investigate urban aspirations of beauty, growth and mortality. The bougaenvilla as a foreign plant thrives particularly well in the desert climate of Karachi and adds colour and cover to the militarized and brown landscape. Thus, contrasting with other local flora which are erased in an ever-expanding metropolis, this flower becomes an apt symbol through which to parse the truths of a rapidly shifting metropolis and our place as citizens of it. The jury for the Imran Mir Art Prize 2016-17 was Iftikhar Dadi, Simone Wille and Saira Ansari. Aziz Sohail served as the Curatorial Advisor.
A estreia da 14 🤩 @gabrielolivb e @ragalhaes aulaaaa
Praia da Vitória, Açores.
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Joe in the studio ✨
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'Dying Flower V' 8×12" edition of 3 + AP Print in a backlit Frame The Imran Mir Art Foundation is pleased to present ‘Wallflower’, a solo exhibition by the winner of the second cycle of the Imran Mir Art Prize, Jovita Alvares. Jovita’s current body of work, developed over the past year, explores the bougainvillea as a metaphor to investigate urban aspirations of beauty, growth and mortality. The bougaenvilla as a foreign plant thrives particularly well in the desert climate of Karachi and adds colour and cover to the militarized and brown landscape. Thus, contrasting with other local flora which are erased in an ever-expanding metropolis, this flower becomes an apt symbol through which to parse the truths of a rapidly shifting metropolis and our place as citizens of it. The jury for the Imran Mir Art Prize 2016-17 was Iftikhar Dadi, Simone Wille and Saira Ansari. Aziz Sohail served as the Curatorial Advisor.
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'Dying Flower V' 8×12" edition of 3 + AP Print in a backlit Frame The Imran Mir Art Foundation is pleased to present ‘Wallflower’, a solo exhibition by the winner of the second cycle of the Imran Mir Art Prize, Jovita Alvares. Jovita’s current body of work, developed over the past year, explores the bougainvillea as a metaphor to investigate urban aspirations of beauty, growth and mortality. The bougaenvilla as a foreign plant thrives particularly well in the desert climate of Karachi and adds colour and cover to the militarized and brown landscape. Thus, contrasting with other local flora which are erased in an ever-expanding metropolis, this flower becomes an apt symbol through which to parse the truths of a rapidly shifting metropolis and our place as citizens of it. The jury for the Imran Mir Art Prize 2016-17 was Iftikhar Dadi, Simone Wille and Saira Ansari. Aziz Sohail served as the Curatorial Advisor.
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