TEXTS

Kini-Singh, Amita. “‘What’s Essential’: Inaugurating Jhaveri Contemporary’s New Space in Mumbai,” Art Radar, September 26, 2018. > LINK

Sohail, Aziz. “Expanding Horizons.” Canvas: Art and Culture from the Middle East and Arab World, May-June 2018, 92–97 > LINK

“Whither authenticity? Interview with Ammara Ahmad” The Friday Times, May 4, 2018 > LINK

Terracciano, Emilia. “The Vengeful Genie: A Report from the Inaugural Lahore Biennale.” Frieze, April 7, 2018 > LINK

“In Conversation with Iftikhar Dadi: Interview with Zohreen Murtaza” Artnow: Contemporary Art of Pakistan, April 2018 > LINK

Coon, Chelsea. “Lahore Biennale 01: 7 Highlights + in Conversation.” Art Radar, March 26, 2018 > LINK

Dadi, Iftikhar. “The Smuggler: A Mural by Sadequain.” Take On Art, December 2017, 26–28 > LINK

Dadi, Iftikhar. “Through the Aperture.” Domus India 07, no. 1 (November 2017): 30–42  > LINK

Khullar, Sonal. “Everyday Partitions: My East Is Your West (2015) and This Night-Bitten Dawn (2016).” Third Text (2017) > LINK

Dadi, Iftikhar. “A Brief History of Form and Meaning in Pakistani Art.” The Herald, September 12, 2017 > LINK

Kabir, Ananya Jahanara. “From Postmemory to Post-Amnesia.” The Daily Star. August 25, 2017  > LINK

Dadi, Iftikhar. “Reflections on Art and Nationalism.” In This Night Bitten Dawn, edited by Salima Hashmi, 7–11. New Delhi: Devi Art Foundation, 2017  > LINK

Johnson, Adam Sindre. “The Missing One at OCA: Sci Fi Art from Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.” Elementa, December 21, 2016  > LINK

Joung, Nora. “The Possibility of Coexistence.” Kunstkritikk, October 26, 2016  > LINK

Rustomji, Veera. “Why Pakistani Artists Are Opting for Residency Programmes.” The Herald, August 23, 2016 > LINK

Glaser, Linda B. “Engaged Art and Its Critique.” Cornell University College of Arts & Sciences, May 9, 2016 > LINK

Yau, Elise. “Finding The Missing One with Nada Raza, Assistant Curator at Tate Modern.” CoBo, April 7, 2016 > LINK

Bailey, Stephanie. “House of Love: A Report from Art Dubai.” OCULA, April 5, 2016 > LINK

Pheby, Helen. “Dhaka Art Summit.” Yorkshire Sculpture Park | YSP Blog, February 16, 2016 > LINK

Betancourt, Diana Campbell. “Contextualising Contemporary South Asian Art: Diana Campbell Betancourt on Dhaka Art Summit 2016.” Art Radar, January 30, 2016 > LINK

Dastgir, Nasr. “Uncover the Missing Ones.” Dhaka Tribune, January 16, 2016 > LINK

Pillai, Pooja. “Identities Repackaged.” The Indian Express, January 7, 2016 > LINK

Modi, Chintan Girish. “Of Heroes, Nations and Identities.” The Hindu, January 1, 2016 > LINK

Dadi, Iftikhar. “Efflorescence.” In Border Cultures, edited by Srimoyee Mitra. London: Black Dog, 2016 > LINK

Rajgopal, Ambika. “‘Epic Ecologies’: Pakistani-American Artist Duo Iftikhar and Elizabeth Dadi in Mumbai.” Art Radar, December 18, 2015 > LINK

Banerjee, Jasodhara. “Art sans Frontières.” Forbes India Magazine, September 1, 2015 > LINK

Oscar, James. “Remapping Art History: Infinite Possibilities and Multiple Modernities.” Montréal Serai, June 23, 2015 > LINK

Collins, Shay. “Flower Power: Efflorescence at the John Hartell Gallery.” The Cornell Daily Sun, April 7, 2015 > LINK

“Jhaveri Contemporary — Iftikhar Dadi and Elizabeth Dadi.” > LINK

Dadi, Iftikhar. “Significance of the Art Residency.” In Vasl Artists’ Collective, 2007-2014 (Karachi: Vasl Artists Collective, 2015) > LINK

“Iftikhar Dadi and Elizabeth Dadi: Efflorescence." Cornell AAP.” > LINK

“In Conversation with Iftikhar Dadi: Interview with Aziz Sohail.” Artnow: Contemporary Art of Pakistan, February 2015 > LINK

Nasar, Hammad. “Karachi Pop: Vernacular Visualities in 1990s Karachi.” Guggenheim Blogs, February 11, 2013 > LINK

Shaw, Ted. “Exhibits Look at Life on the Border.” Windsor Star, January 24, 2013 > LINK

Asia Pacific Triennial: Reflections on the First Decade,” CONTEMPORARY VISUAL ART+CULTURE Broadsheet magazine 41, No. 4 (2012) > LINK

Dadi, Iftikhar. “Curating South Asia.” Guggenheim Blogs, October 1, 2012 > LINK

Dadi, Iftikhar. “Partition and Contemporary Art,” in Lines of Control: Partition as a Productive Space. Edited by Iftikhar Dadi and Hammad Nasar (Ithaca: Herbert F Johnson Museum of Art, 2012) > LINK

"Iftikhar Dadi and Elizabeth Dadi.” Take on Art 1, No. 4 (Jan 2011) > LINK

Art India, 15, No. 3 (2010): 45-46

Granta Magazine, No. 112 (Autumn 2010): 148-149

Nasar, Hammad. “From ‘Spirit Pulling’ to ‘Thinking Photography.’” In Where Three Dreams Cross: 150 Years of Photography from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. London: Whitechapel Gallery, 2010 > LINK

Nasar, Hammad. “Pakistan: An Art of Extremes.” Orientations 40, no. 1 (February 2009): 48–58 > LINK

Yusuf, Muhammad. “Drawing Lines,” Time Out: The Gulf Today, Jan 29, 2009.

Haroon, Layla. “Form and Colour of Divided Destinies | GulfNews.com.” Gulf News, January 22, 2009 > LINK

Money-Coutts, Sophia. “Aligning the debate,” The National (UAE). January 19, 2009

Reeve, Charles. “Clashes of Civilization,” ARTLIES: The Texas Contemporary Art Journal, No. 45 (Fall 2005) > LINK

Cotter, Holland. “Taking a Magical Flight Through Modern India.” The New York Times, March 4, 2005 > LINK

Nolan, Isabel. “Limerick: EV+A 2002.” CIRCA 100 (Summer 2002): 68–71 > LINK

Lloyd, Ann Wilson. “Rambling Round a World That’s Gone Biennialistic.” The New York Times, March 3, 2002 > LINK

Cotter, Holland. “Iftikhar and Elizabeth Dadi.” The New York Times, Apr 27, 2001 > LINK

Poshyananda, Apinan. “Positioning Contemporary Asian Art,” Art Journal 59, No. 1 (Summer 2000) > LINK

Biggs, Bryan, Angela Dimitraki, and Judinder Lamba. Independent Practices Representation, Location and History in Contemporary Visual Arts. Liverpool, England: Bluecoat Arts Center, 2000.

Poshyananda, Apinan. “Eat Me ... Me Coma.” In XXIV Bienal de São Paulo: “Roteiros. Roteiros. Roteiros. Roteiros. Roteiros. Roteiros. Roteiros.,” 164–79. São Paulo: Fundação Bienal de São Paulo, 1998 > LINK

Jain, Madhu. “Material Obsession.” India Today, November 24, 1997.

Mukul, Akshaya. “Like a Bridge over Troubled Waters.” The Pioneer, September 28, 1997.

Chambers, Eddie. Review of “Tampered Surface,” Art Monthly, No. 190 (Oct 1995) > LINK