Selected Bibliography


Zahra Khan (ed), Manora Field Notes, Naiza Khan. Pavilion of Pakistan, 58th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia. Mousse Publishing. Essays by Iftikhar Dadi, Emilia Terracciano, Aamir R Mufti.  

Selene Wendt, The Sea is History, Skira, Museum of Cultural History, the Global Art Project.


David Elliot, ‘In the Guts of the Whale, Image and Revelation in the work of Naiza Khan’. Catalogue essay Undoing | Ongoing, Rossi & Rossi, London

Karin Zitzewitz, ‘Life in Ruins: Materiality, the City, and the Production of Critique in the Art of Naiza Khan’, Journal of Asian Studies 74:2 (May), 323–46.

Salima Hashmi, The Eye Still Seeks: Pakistani Contemporary Art, Penguin India, Gurgaon




Naiza Khan, ArtAsiaPacific and the Broad Museum, Hong Kong


Qiu Zhijie, Boris Groys, Johnson Chang (Chang Tsong-zung) and Jens Hoffmann, 9th Shanghai Biennale: Reactivation, Shanghai


Monica Juneja, Global Art History and the ‘Burden of Representation’. Global Studies: Mapping Contemporary Art and Culture, 274-297.

Fareeda Khan, Ananya Kabir, Daisy Hasan, and Pippa Kenyon-Leigh, Between Kismet and Karma: South Asian Women Artists Respond to Conflict, Shisha, Manchester

Rudolfine Lackner (ed.), 100 Years: For the Long Revolution, VBKÖ Festschrift, Vienna

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