Ghulam Rasool, (c)
Asia House Studio, Ground Floor
Tuesday 25 – Friday 28 August 10.00 to 18.00
From the world’s largest permanent freshwater glaciers to the hot deserts of Thar and Cholistan, Pakistan has the most altitudinal variation in the world.
It has one of the highest mountains in the world K2 (8,611m high) in the Karakoram and almost 650 miles of coastline.
Its diversity in geography is paralleled by a diverse ethnicity of many distinct cultures and communities and a unique biodiversity including more than 700 species of birds and 173 species of mammals.
It is this unique biodiversity, geography, mix of cultures and people that make the country an aspiring and challenging place for both explorers and nature lovers.
Join Pakistan’s accomplished photography artist Ghulam Rasool on a spiritual journey through some of Pakistan’s most hidden natural landscapes at this exhibition, which has been organised through a partnership between Qismat Foundation and The Rangoonwala Foundation.
A private view takes place on Monday, 24 August from 18.30 to 21.00, organised by Qismat. The artist Ghulam Rasool will be present. If you would like to attend the private view please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To read an exclusive interview with Ghulam Rasool about this exhibition click here.
This has been organised and paid for by The Rangoonwala Foundation. It is taking place in the Asia House Gallery.