Photo essays

Photo essays
All that, which remains: Part II- Holding on

To see a World in a Grain of Sand And a Heaven in a Wild Flower Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand And Eternity in an hour1 In my previously published photo essay ‘All that, which remains’2 I…

All That, Which Remains: Part 1- Memories

The recent death of my father (January, 2021) brought many changes in my life. He may no longer be with us but his belongings remind me of his everyday life. The objects used in my work are both a depiction…

Perplexities of Abandonment

When I use the terms 'forsaken' and 'forgotten', I refer to the deserted spaces and abandoned objects left in disarray. These spaces and objects captivate my attention while exploring the multilayered megapolis— Karachi. Some such spaces and objects might not…

People and the Farmlands

The monochromatic series of images illustrate the countryside and the ambiance that it offers. There is a certain calmness and stillness in everything that happens at these farmlands— the trees, the people, the stretched plains, all offer a unique quality…

The Other Horses

Ongoing book project by Nad E Ali and Essay/ Text by Hassan Chima It is said in relation to the horse of Hussain that when men became beasts, this beast showed humanity. I do not find this hard to believe.…

Return to Innocence

Monsoon season is synonymous with certain given aspects in Pakistan regardless of the city. Karachi, probably is one of the worst affected cities at the height of the season. Where we witness the challenges, there are also scenes that give…

Pages from my past

Loving Mama and Papa, Salam! The three of us are doing well, and I’m sure the two of you are great too. It’s been a few days since I have spoken to both of you, or even heard your voice.…

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