Artwork of local artist to be showcased at Alliance Francaise


Alliance Française de Karachi in partnership with Canopy have launched the “Noah’s Ark – The Rehabitat” project which showcased the artwork of international painter and sculptor Anjum Ayaz.
The project would be launched on 18th April at 6:00pm in the main exhibition hall of Alliance
Française including a media briefing, and speech by chief guest, Sindh Minister of Environment & Alternative Energy Mohammad Shareef Ansari. The artwork would be open for public viewing from 7:00pm onwards.
A prolific artist, Anjum Ayaz had brought over 40 years of experience to the international art scene. His unique and avant-garde sculptures were made with stone and mixed materials. His sculptures were created for public places, beaches and gardens. Furthermore, the artwork of Anjum had been showcased in Montreal, Paris, Marseille, Tokyo, Dubai, New York, Beijing, The Hague, and throughout Pakistan.
Canopy is an environmental and cultural non-governmental organisation formed in the wake of climate change and ecological degradation. Canopy’s mission is to work for the cause of conservation of nature and preservation of cultural values of the native communities of Pakistan.
Anjum Ayaz, whose work revolved around the beauties of nature, started collaborating with Canopy through its Eco-Art competition, where he was on the panel of judges. With a shared passion to work for the cause of conservation of wildlife, Anjum and Canopy undertook the conservation-oriented project titled “Noah’s Ark – The Rehabitat”.