Mother Egg

ByTariq Kakar
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Bronze Sculpture

8 x 8 x 26 in | 23 x 23 x 66 cm

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Artist Biography

Tariq Kakar is a sculptor with a high creative potential. His work displays plastic culture, mastery and a keen desire to observe and assimilate the laws of the art form developed over the millennia. Tariq was born and brought up in Pakistan a country rich with a bright and original culture that has for innumerable centuries absorbed the multifarious influences of the successive generations shaping the history of that land of the Indus civilization.
Tariq Kakar is a sculptor with high creative potential. His work displays plastic culture, mastery, and a keen desire to observe and assimilate the laws of the art form developed over the millennia. Tariq was born and brought up in Pakistan, a country rich with a bright and original culture that has for innumerable centuries absorbed the multifarious influences of the successive generations shaping the history of that land of the Indus civilization. From his childhood, he would dream of being a painter, and would be absorbed for long hours playing with clay in his hands. The most important and decisive period in Tariq's life was the time he spent in Ukraine among a group of talented young people in order to master the sculptors art. He enrolled in a school of high international repute at Kiev the Ukrainian academy of arts, the alma mater of many a distinguished name in the country.
Tariq was born 1969 in Quetta.
Academic information: • M.A. fine Arts Sculpture for six years from Ukrainian Academy of Fine Arts & Architecture 1989-1995.
Post-graduation leading to Ph.D. for two years from Ukrainian Academy of Fine Arts & Architecture.
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Exhibitions:

1998. Exhibition of Sculpture in Art Gallery, Idara-e-Saqafat Baluchistan.

2003. Group exhibition in the Lahore Art Council.

2004. Exhibition of sculpture (sculptor Tariq Kakar) and painting (painter Natalia Tariq Kakar) in the Lahore Art Council.

2004. Group exhibition in Ejaz Gallery 27.11-27.12.

2005. Exhibition of sculpture (sculptor Tariq Kakar) and painting (painter Natalia Tariq Kakar) in Khas art gallery Islamabad 15th march.

2006. Group Exhibition Quetta 2007. Exhibition of sculpture (sculptor Tariq Kakar) and painting (painter Natalia Tariq Kakar) in Nomad Gallery, Islamabad.

2011. Group exhibition in Jaroka Gallery.

2012. Exhibition of sculpture (sculptor Tariq Kakar) and painting (painter Natalia Tariq Kakar) in Gallery Louvre, Islamabad.

2017. Group exhibition, PNCA Islamabad.

Various works between 1986-2019

Biggest projects:
Relief work for Ayub National Park Rawalpindi, depicting the history of the subcontinent, size 120 feet.
Relief work for President House Islamabad, depicting the history, culture, and future of Pakistan, size 8x80 feet.
Rawalpindi, Monument “Unity,” steel fiberglass, 14x25 feet.
Lahore, Monument “Unity,” steel fiberglass, 14x25 feet.
Lahore, Monument Birds with globe, steel bronze, 32 feet.
Lahore, Monument Flock of flying doves, zinc, 8 feet.
Lahore, Monument Cup with birds, steel, 13feet.
Rawalpindi, Monument Flying birds, bronze, 7x7 feet.
Rawalpindi, Monument with sword, steel bronze, 13 feet.
Rawalpindi, Monument: Peace with doves, steel bronze.
Rawalpindi, Monuments Birds with globe, steel bronze 32 feet.
Rawalpindi, Monument Cup with birds, steel, 13 feet.
Rawalpindi, Gate in Auyb Park bamboo stile, steel, 20x120 feet.

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