"Prologue Karachi" Exhibition

Don\'t Mess with Karachi

Don't Mess with Karachi

Kolachi as the name holds a rich culture and heritage which is somewhere lost in the new image of a metro and cosmopolitan city will be highlighted in the photography exhibition themed “Don’t mess with Karachi”.

“PROLOGUE KARACHI”, a beginning of era which will bring forward the city’s better or worse side. The citizens of Karachi will see a new dimension through the camera lens of our young aspiring photographers who have shown and highlighted those areas which are ignored. It covers subjects like architecture, litter, traffic, scenery, society, people, etc.

This Photography exhibition is a part of “Don’t mess with Karachi” anti litter campaign will bring the citizens from all income class and groups under one roof which will flourish the feeling of unity and togetherness for the cause. The event will help in raising funds which will be utilized installing the dustbins in the city.

Featured Artists:

Ahmed Shajee Aijazi
Anthony L’Huillier
Asim Butt
FurSid (Abdul Qadir)
Mahjabeen Mankani
Mohammad Mikail Soomro
Shahalae Jamil
Ume-Aiman Ahmad

Venue: Sadequain Gallery, Frere Hall, Opposite Marriot
Duration: 05:00 PM To 04:00 PM
Sat, 08 Nov 2008 To Thu, 13 Nov 2008
More Info/Contact: 5370437 or Email: info@deal.com.pk

2 Comments so far

  1. human01 on November 1st, 2008 @ 10:23 pm

    Very good initiative, I sincerely hope that these efforts will some day bring necessary awareness about the importance of cleanliness for a healthy & civilized society…..InshaAllah. The campaign title “Don’t mess with Karachi” is pretty funky too, seems like some one is inspired by “Don’t mess with Texas”, a similar Anti-Highway litter campaign organized by Texas department of Transportation. Which I think in every way is fine and appreciable, as there is no shame in adapting “good” inspirations from others.

  2. seskey on November 5th, 2008 @ 12:13 pm

    ban PAN, GUTKA,

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