Ceramic Traditions at The Mohatta Palace.

An exhibition titled Tale of the Tile: the ceramic traditions of Pakistan, has formally opened for public at the Mohatta Palace Museum.

The Exhibition presents a panoramic view of the ceramic traditions of Pakistan from the Indus Valley civilization (c3,500BC) to the present day.

More then 400 historical objects from the museums around Pakistan have been put on display including, architectural elements, tiles and vessels from Mehrgarh, Multan, Uch, Sitpur, Lahore, Sehwan, Kamarro Sharif, Thatta, Hala and Hyderabad along with calligraphic panels. A number of art effects borrowed from privet collectors have also been included to make exhibition even more interesting and rich.

Apart from these displays, techniques of production, design sources and studio ceramics have also been included in the exhibition.

For further details Contact:

Mohatta Palace Museum.
7, Hatim Alvi Road, Clifton Karachi.
Tel: (92-21) 5837669, 5374879

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