Shi’i Symbolism in the Art of Komail Aijazuddin

Komail Aijazuddin is a Pakistani artist, who often explores religious themes and issues of divinity in his work. A graduate of Studio Art and Art History from New York University, he employs a style of painting that is described as ‘cold-war baroque’ and his depictions often times show Shi’i imagery which are informed by his personal background and observations during the Muharram mourning season.

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