Moazzam Ali

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Moazzam Ali (born 1956) is a watercolor artist. Ali completed his graduation in Fine Art in 1980 securing First Class First Position Gold Medal in the Province of Sindh, Pakistan.

Ali was born in Karachi, Pakistan, and has studied art and exhibited his paintings worldwide. Ali's works focus on the beauty of Indus Valley civilisation, highlighting their significance at national and international level.[1]

Ali has also introduced innovations[clarification needed] to watercolor painting that have been very well appreciated internationally. As such in 2007 he was crowned the title of 'Master of Watercolor' by the Whitney Museum New York and given an International Award.[citation needed]

Ali has served as a principal of two colleges[which?] for six years. He has also provided services as an Art Director to many advertising agencies for eight years.

A book titled Moazzam Ali consisting of 260 pages was published in honor of the artist in 2008. It comprises Moazzam's life journey of becoming a watercolor master and contains more than 175 painting plates from all his life's work.

Solo exhibitions[edit]

  • 2008–Lahore Pakistan
  • 2004–New York USA
  • 2003–Karachi Pakistan
  • 2002–Lahore Pakistan
  • 2002–Karachi Pakistan
  • 1999–Karachi Pakistan
  • 1998–Toronto Canada
  • 1996–Toronto Canada
  • 1995–Karachi Pakistan
  • 1994–Washington D.C. USA
  • 1982–Islamabad Pakistan

References[edit]

  1. ^ Usman, Ali (8 January 2008). "Thar women in different strokes". Daily Times. Archived from the original on 26 January 2011. 

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