Shiblee Munir

Hypothesis 1 Gouache, gold on wasli. 55x37 in 2015

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Hypothesis 4 Gouache, gold on wasli. 55x37 in 2015

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Hypothesis 2 Gouache, gold on wasli. 55x37 in 2015

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Hypothesis 3 Gouache, gold on wasli. 55x37 in 2015

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Hypothesis 5 Gouache and gold gilding on wasli. 17x11 in 2015

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Hypothesis 7 Gouache and gold gilding on wasli. 15x10 in 2015

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Hypothesis 6 Gouache and gold gilding on wasli. 19x12 in 2015

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Hypothesis 8 Gouache and gold gilding on wasli. 15x13 in 2015

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Shiblee Munir and Noreen Rashid use symbols of our past culture as the seat of imperial power within the subcontinent melded with circus images to show the degradation of our culture and history

 

Shiblee: According to my traditional family background and my deep interest in “unfaithful History” reinforced current body of work. Generally, deliberations are centered to produce equally high embellished art, with the help of all those formal method, which was done in Mughal atelier. However, my conceptual concerns encompass on social belief of society.