Professor Salima Hashmi

Salima Hashmi, Director of UMISAA at MDSVAD, has been honored with a retrospective exhibition, '…And Then Came Spring', a collaboration between Lahore Literary Festival, NCA, and Rohtas 2 Gallery. Held at Tollinton Market near Lahore Museum, it showcased her masterful works from the 1960s to 2020s, exploring socio-political themes.

Salima Hashmi, Director of the UNESCO Madanjeet Singh Institute for South Asian Arts (UMISAA) at MDSVAD and a celebrated figure in the Pakistani art scene, has been honored with a major retrospective exhibition titled '…And Then Came Spring'. This exhibition is a collaboration between the Lahore Literary Festival, the National College of Arts (NCA), and Rohtas 2 Gallery. The exhibition, held at the Tollinton Market adjacent to the Lahore Museum and NCA, has garnered widespread attention and acclaim. Showcasing Hashmi's masterful visual works spanning from the 1960s to the 2020s, the retrospective offers a comprehensive insight into her artistic journey. Salima Hashmi's diverse portfolio, which includes paintings, printmaking, and mixed media installations, delves into socio-political themes such as feminism, human rights, and the cultural landscape of Pakistan. Her art serves as a powerful commentary on contemporary issues, resonating with audiences both locally and internationally. The retrospective exhibition serves as a testament to Hashmi's enduring artistic legacy and her unwavering commitment to pushing boundaries through her work. Visitors to the exhibition have been captivated by the depth and breadth of Hashmi's artistic expression, making '…And Then Came Spring' a must-see event for art enthusiasts and scholars alike.

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