Art and polemic in Pakistan : cultural politics and tradition in contemporary miniature painting / Virginia Whiles.  (Text) (Text)

Whiles, Virginia
Call no.: ND1337.P13 W45 2010Series: International library of cultural studies: Publication: London : Tauris Academic Studies, 2010Description: xxiii, 294 p. : ill. (chiefly col.)ISBN: 9781848853652 (hbk.); 1848853653 (hbk.)Subject(s): Miniature painting, Pakistani -- 21st centuryLOC classification: ND1337.P13 | W45 2010
Contents:Introduction : miniature manoeuvres. Performative knowledge ; Global flows and the agency of artworks ; Performative reading -- Social, political and historical formations relating to miniature practice. Tradition and identity ; Gender and patriarchy ; Militancy and fundamentalism ; Economics and globalisation ; Everyday life ; Mohammed Imran Qureshi ; Aisha Khalid -- Miniature practice. The miniature department ; Teachers and training ; Zahoor-ul-Akhlaq ; The present ustad : Bashir Ahmed ; Training ; Image and text ; Drawing exercises ; Wasli preparation ; Copying ; Pigments ; Brush work ; Time and theory ; Group X ; Group O ; Nusra Latif Qureshi ; Saira Wasim -- Imagining or inventing the tradition of miniature painting?. Patronage and patriarchal attitudes ; Tradition, orientalism and nationalism ; Discursive links ; The traditional art course ; The language debate ; Reflections ; Khadim Ali ; Hamra Abbas -- Miniature practice and aesthetics : social and visual, local and global. Four points of view ; Western art history and its shifts ; The post-colonial context ; Hybrid pedagogies, social aesthetics and constructed communities ; Indigenous aesthetics ; The Karkhana Project ; Phenomenology and corporeal aesthetics ; Sensorial or detached viewing ; Sacred and secular, popular and elitist ; Popular culture and the practice ; Audience and attitudes towards aesthetics ; Reflections ; Ahsan Jamal ; Ayesha Durrani -- Workshop and studio production. The Lahore workshop/school ; Workshops in India ; Trading miniatures ; Contrasts between workshop and studio production ; Hasnat Mehmood -- The global "art-world". Discursive formations ; Diffusion ; Craftmanship as a valorised attribute ; Ethnicity as a market value ; Gender and globalisation ; Global reception ; Local reception ; Market and art-world pressures ; Private, state and corporate patronage ; Reflections -- Conclusions. Tradition and identity ; Class and gender ; Political outlook ; Aesthetic issues ; Market and globalisation ; Performative subversion?
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 263-285) and index.

Introduction : miniature manoeuvres. Performative knowledge ; Global flows and the agency of artworks ; Performative reading -- Social, political and historical formations relating to miniature practice. Tradition and identity ; Gender and patriarchy ; Militancy and fundamentalism ; Economics and globalisation ; Everyday life ; Mohammed Imran Qureshi ; Aisha Khalid -- Miniature practice. The miniature department ; Teachers and training ; Zahoor-ul-Akhlaq ; The present ustad : Bashir Ahmed ; Training ; Image and text ; Drawing exercises ; Wasli preparation ; Copying ; Pigments ; Brush work ; Time and theory ; Group X ; Group O ; Nusra Latif Qureshi ; Saira Wasim -- Imagining or inventing the tradition of miniature painting?. Patronage and patriarchal attitudes ; Tradition, orientalism and nationalism ; Discursive links ; The traditional art course ; The language debate ; Reflections ; Khadim Ali ; Hamra Abbas -- Miniature practice and aesthetics : social and visual, local and global. Four points of view ; Western art history and its shifts ; The post-colonial context ; Hybrid pedagogies, social aesthetics and constructed communities ; Indigenous aesthetics ; The Karkhana Project ; Phenomenology and corporeal aesthetics ; Sensorial or detached viewing ; Sacred and secular, popular and elitist ; Popular culture and the practice ; Audience and attitudes towards aesthetics ; Reflections ; Ahsan Jamal ; Ayesha Durrani -- Workshop and studio production. The Lahore workshop/school ; Workshops in India ; Trading miniatures ; Contrasts between workshop and studio production ; Hasnat Mehmood -- The global "art-world". Discursive formations ; Diffusion ; Craftmanship as a valorised attribute ; Ethnicity as a market value ; Gender and globalisation ; Global reception ; Local reception ; Market and art-world pressures ; Private, state and corporate patronage ; Reflections -- Conclusions. Tradition and identity ; Class and gender ; Political outlook ; Aesthetic issues ; Market and globalisation ; Performative subversion?

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