Sailoon and Other Stories
13 June - 30 July 2021
Jhaveri Contemporary Online Viewing Room

Who Gets to Talk About Whom?


(Print) David Trigg on Fiza Khatri in “Great Women Painters”, ed. Rebecca Morrill, Phaidon Press, 2022

Ginanne Brownell on "India's Art World Has Suffered, and Thrived, in the Pandemic" in The New York Times,  October 2021

Skye Arundhati Thomas on "Five Up-and-Coming Painters to Keep a Close Eye On" in Frieze, September 2021

Veeranganakumari Solanki on "The Shining and Other Stories: Images in Fiza Khatri's Paintings" in ASAP Connect, September 2021

Kuldeep Patil on "Complexities of Social Identities & 'Other Stories'" in Mash India, August 2021

Aziz Sohail on "Reflections on the artistic practice of Fiza Khatri" in South South, July 2021

Diva Gujral on "The Freedom of Distance: Pakistani Artist Fiza Khatri on femininity and public space in South Asia" in, July 2021

Benita Fernando on "Karachi-based artist Fiza Khatri puts the spotlight on haircuts, chosen families and transformations in latest exhibition" in The Indian Express, July 2021

Saulat Ajmal on Unmaking History in The Aleph Review, March 2020

Ambereen Siddiqui on Unmaking History  in The Friday Times, December 2019

Noor Butt on Is It Possible to Live Outside of Language in Art Now Pakistan, October 2019

Farah Amjad on “Making #MeToo Work in Pakistan,” in The New Republic, March 2019

Sara Yawar on Who Gets to Talk About Whom in ADA Magazine

Abani Malla on the Photo Kathmandu 2018 Residency in The Kathmandu Post, October 2018

Varda Nisar on Who Gets to Talk About Whom in Art Radar, August 2018

Faiza Habib on EST & ETC+5 in Art Now Pakistan, February 2018

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