A glance at Komail Aijazuddin’s work and one is overpowered by the contrast of red, gold and black and the intricacies within. The visual artist displayed a collection of his no-holds-barred paintings, “Red and Gold” at the newly-renovated Khaas Art Gallery on Tuesday, 17 September 2013. Aijazuddin’s work is as risqué as it is experimental. The series is nuanced with symbols, cultures and iconographies where the artist has explored divine connections, theocratic morality, human frailty, longing amidst abundance and judgment, among other themes.
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