Khadim Ali

Untitled

Lot No
48
Medium
Gouache and gold leaf on wasli paper
Year
2015
Size
63 x 51 in.
Estimate
Rs. 14,00,000 - 18,00,000

Winning Bid

₹ 19,28,619

(Inclusive 15% margin)

additional information

Exhibited : ‘Cartography of Narratives’, 31st March - 15th May, 2019 at Latitude 28, New Delhi.

Published : ‘Cartography of Narratives’, by Latitude 28, New Delhi, 2019, pg. 8.

Provenance : Property from an important Delhi based collection, artwork was acquired by the present owner from Latitude 28.

Artwork Size

Height of the figure - 6ft

about artist

Khadim Ali was born in 1978 in Quetta, Pakistan, as an Afghan refugee. His family, belonging to the Hazara minority, fled Afghanistan to escape Taliban persecution. From 1998–99, he studied mural painting and calligraphy in Tehran, Iran. He earned a B.F.A at the National College of Arts, Lahore, Pakistan in 2003, where he studied traditional miniature painting as well. Ali moved to Sydney in 2010 and earned a M.F.A at the College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales in 2012.

Khadim Ali’s solo shows include, ‘Forlorn Foe’, Gallery Latitude 28, New Delhi India in 2016; ‘Transition / Evacuation’, ARNDT, Singapore in 2015; ‘Transitions / Evacuation’, Milani Gallery, Brisbane, Australia in 2014; ‘The Haunted Lotus’, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia in 2014; ‘The Haunted Lotus’, Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre, Hong Kong and Milani Gallery, Brisbane, Australia in 2013; ‘Rustam’, Rohtas2 Lahore, Pakistan in 2009; ‘Rustam’, Green Cardamon London, UK in 2007; ‘Qaeeda-e- Rivazi’, Chawkandi Art Gallery, Karachi, Pakistan in 2005; and ‘Jashn-e-Gull-eSurkh (The celebration of Red Tulips)’, Chawkandi Art Gallery Karachi, Pakistan in 2005. Ali’s works are part of prestigious collections around that world, including Guggenheim Museum, New York, USA; Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK; British Museum, London, UK; Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, Japan; Foreign Office, Islamabad, Pakistan; National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, Australia; Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia and Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, Australia.