Waqas Khan - Buch / Katalog (Art Book Shop)

Shop: Hier finden Sie Bücher zum pakistanischen Künstler Waqas Khan. Here you can find Books about the Pakistani Artist Waqas Khan for Sale.

Waqas Khan Buch / Book "Waqas Khan" 2016. ISBN 9783200047648
Waqas Khan Buch / Book "Waqas Khan" 2016.


Khan (Waqas Khan - Catalogue - Galerie Krinzinger) 2016.

New Catalogue about the Pakistanian Artist. Waqas came quite often to Vienna to work on this catalouge. Therefore, the result is a very good and aesthetic catalogue. The paper is like the paper Waqas uses for his works.

Ursula Krinzinger speaks about her first meeting with the artist. Text in English.

 

Facts: Buch / Book / Catalogue: Waqas Khan, Waqas Khan, Galerie Krinzinger (publisher), Austria 2016. Softcover, 29 x 22 x 1 cm. 95 pages, illustrated. Weight 0,416kg. ISBN 978-3-200-04764-8  9783200047648  Text by Ursula Krinzinger, Jonathan Jones, Rosa Martinez.

Katalog / Catalogue: Waqas Khan, Waqas Khan - Galerie Krinzinger, 2016.

24,90 €

  • 0,6 kg
  • 1 Stk. verfügbar / only 1 available
  • Wir versenden 2x pro Woche / We ship twice a week. Selbstabholung nach Termin möglich. Info: shop@galerie-krinzinger.at oder 0043 (0)660 57387361

Khan (Waqas Khan - In Other Words) 2012.

Publikation über den äußerst erfolgreichen pakistanischen Künstler Waqas Khan. 2012 war Khan zu Gast bei Krinzinger Artist in Residence (Wien). Die zum Teil raumsprengenden Papierformate wurden in wochenlanger, minutiöser, meditativer Arbeit entworfen.

 

Die Erstauflage ist zurecht restlos ausverkauft. Ein Nachdruck wird derzeit vorbereitet.

 

Buch / Katalog / Catalogue: Waqas Khan, In Other Words, Krinzinger Projekte (Hg.), Wien 2012/13. Text und Interview von Sabine B. Vogel. 63 Seiten (pages), illustriert in Farbe (illustrated in colour), 21 x 15 cm, Gewicht ca. 160 Gramm.

 

Katalog / Catalogue: Waqas Khan 2012.

9,00 €

  • 0,16 kg
  • verfügbar / in stock
  • Wir versenden 2x pro Woche / We ship twice a week. Selbstabholung nach Termin möglich. Info: shop@galerie-krinzinger.at oder 0043 (0)660 57387361

WAQAS KHAN
born in Akhtarabad, Pakistan in 1982, lives and works in Lahore.

Khan is influenced by the delicate Bardhakhat procedure, based on the traditional Persian Mughal miniature painting. Transforming the traditional practice of miniature painting into a contemporary context, Khan applies millions of tiny dots, lines and stripes meticulously to the paper with a dowel, usually used by architects for technical drafting. "In my work I challenge miniature painting and at the same time leave it open for discussion." The result appears as a fusion of different media: from the distance one experiences the artwork being a print, going closer seeing that the fine structure not beeing printed but made by hand. The focus of Khans art lays on the emotional and spiritual connection to the observer: „I want the viewer to actually look at the works and through my work I want to evoke a dialogue between the viewer and the work. It´s all about assimilating from outside to inside and letting the outside image enter inside you.“ The final product is akin to a visual narration, which should be read and explored by the spectator.


To approach the oeuvre of Waqas Khan is to discover an existential statement that is at once decisive and delicate; to sense a truth that is deep, convincing and subtle. In his drawings we perceive the strength of a will that hopes to leave a mark on the existential space we all share and that opens us up to the awareness of the passing of time. These compositions have been defined as minimalist, and yet they do not match the rigid aesthetic of the industrial serialisation that lies at the origin of the name. In Waqas Khan's visual narratives, syntax is  based on repetitions and series of similar though unique signs connected by pauses, breaks and rhythms that are absolutely organic. These precise signs appear as his studio is gradually permeated by solitude and the silence of night. This is when the artist, as a medium, contributes to the flow of the élan vital that springs from his thoughts and emotions. His individual rhythms end up configuring maps in which the viewer will play an active role, striking up a dialogue between equals in a game of mirror reflections. (Galerie Krinzinger 2021).

Video by MONA for Berlin Art Link Magazine

Waqas Khan‘s work is a meditative pause in the present moment, taking the form of a series of highly precise yet organic patterns composed of dots or lines. Khan has been working on his exhibition at the Galerie Krinzinger in Vienna for the last year, conscientiously considering how to fill the giant exhibition space with his works and how his works will make the space visible. The exhibition, titled Acoustics of Life / Parterre ran from Feb. 03 – 28, 2015 and left a profound impression on the international art scene.
Khan spent a three-month residency in the Galerie Krinzinger Project Space while he was working on the pieces for the show. The works are unexpectedly site-specific and so much more than they appear at first glance: they need to be seen from multiple scales and on different registers to reveal various patterns and discontinuities. The result of the work is less the presentation of ink on paper drawings so much as the construction of a moment, a pause, a much-needed silence.

Read full article on Berlin Art Link: http://www.berlinartlink.com/2015/02/27/video-interview-a-moment-with-waqas-khan/

Produced by Monica Salazar
Filmed & Edited by Peter Cairns
Text by Alena Sokhan
Thank you to Galerie Krinzinger


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