An important figure in American Pakistan art circles, Lubna Agha’s work involves discourse with her personal history. Whereas the revival of miniature paintings and calligraphy characterize much of modern Pakistan art and contemporary Islamic paintings, Agha’s work draws inspiration from the rich tradition of the past where the meditative and ornamental qualities of the original media take on new meaning and intimacy.
Her art invokes a dialogue between the modern-abstract and the traditional forms and practices of Islamic paintings. Her paintings are part of several private and public collections. Her work has been exhibited in art museums and galleries in her homelands of Pakistan and the United States, as well as Britain, Japan, Jordan, and Switzerland.
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