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  • What do you usually do on Friday nights in #vernonbc ? Shake things up a little and come on out to Art After Dark on Sept. 29th at Vernon Public Art Gallery. Enjoy appies, drinks and samples by the Grub Truck!  Buy tickets and get more info at www.vernonpublicartgallery.com #artafterdark #vernonbc #downtownvernon #vernonartgallery #vpag #artparty #okanaganart #contemporaryart #martensbrewingco #thegrubtruck #sunfm #woolley &co #djskywryter #popupexhibition #permanentcollection #art #artparty #cocktailparty @thegrubtruck

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  • If You Give Me Lemon, I'll Make Lemonade by Angki Purbandono

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  • I had a lot more fun looking at this sideways; injecting absurdism into the everyday. #rlostintheworld

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  • #tagyourit #selfie mutalation #itwonthurt So everybody #clown ing with this #clown ...so i thought I'd go #selfie #happy and a bit #mad & do #it up with some #artafterdark #abstract #crossprocess #art #artofvisuals #digitalart #psyart #artoftheday #collage #photomashup #mashitup #photomanipulation #ragadyandy #spunyarn #theyallfloat

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  • Spent the night meticulously framing these two for "Women's Work" a group show of art by women in SLO County, reception Friday Oct 6 #artafterdark @959 Higuera, a pop up gallery curated by San Luis Art Museum and Central Coast Sculptor's Group #artasresistance #artaftertrump #iamnotanobject #thelampshadeproject #stayweird #feminist #art #sloma #artshow #nikon #photography #women #sanluisobispo #california #centralcoast #firstfriday

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  • The best support and greatest friends I can ask for @peejaefuego @ambria242 ❤#artafterdark #art #music

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  • @erykahbadu killed that challenge! Drawn by me. #keshajo #illustration #illustrator #artafterdark #forthedickchallenge Please save your judgment. Dickmatized is more common than you think. It might even be an epidemic!

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  • Congratulations Adeel! . #rensta #repost : @adeeluzzafar via @renstapp ··· “ Hell, Purgatory & Paradise / a solo presentation by Adeel uz zafar at FOST Gallery, Gillman Barracks 22 SEP - 29 OCT 2017 OPENING RECEPTION FRIDAY, 22 SEP 2017, 7-9 PM ARTIST'S TOUR FRIDAY, 22 SEP 2017, 6.30 PM Hell, Purgatory and Paradise is based on Dante's 14th century epic poem Divine Comedy. The allegorical poem details the afterlife journey of the soul toward God in three parts. Even though the poem was representative of the medieval world-view as propagated by the Western Church at that time, Dante’s work was intended to be literary, not purely theological. It reflected a deep desire to understand the mysteries of life and death. It was on this basis that Adeel uz Zafar formulated a similar quest to make sense of the new world order, or rather, disorder. At a deeper level, it probes and asks questions about the personal, social, political, religious and philosophical; while retaining that sense of whimsy and skepticism seen in his previous works. At no time are the answers to these questions suggested, perhaps alluding to life being about the journey, not the destination. The works reveal new developments in uz Zafar’s self-developed unique technique of etching on vinyl with the use of different tools. The scale of the new works are also much more intimate than his previous works, reminiscent of the traditional miniature paintings of South Asia. The works are divided into three sections of the gallery space hypothetically indicates trilogy #gillmanbarracks #adeeluzzafar #artafterdark #fostgallery sg #fostgallery #contemporary art #contemporary artists #contemporary #contemporary _art #engraving #engraving art #engraving s #singapore #singapore art #singapore art scene #singapore gallery #fostgallery #fostgallery sg @fostgallery @stephfong33 @haslindaar @adeeluzzafar @gillmanbarracks #hellpurgatoryandparadise @ocula.art photo credit: Hadi & Adeel ”

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  • Hell, Purgatory & Paradise / a solo presentation by Adeel uz zafar at FOST Gallery, Gillman Barracks 22 SEP - 29 OCT 2017 OPENING RECEPTION FRIDAY, 22 SEP 2017, 7-9 PM ARTIST'S TOUR FRIDAY, 22 SEP 2017, 6.30 PM Hell, Purgatory and Paradise is based on Dante's 14th century epic poem Divine Comedy. The allegorical poem details the afterlife journey of the soul toward God in three parts. Even though the poem was representative of the medieval world-view as propagated by the Western Church at that time, Dante’s work was intended to be literary, not purely theological. It reflected a deep desire to understand the mysteries of life and death. It was on this basis that Adeel uz Zafar formulated a similar quest to make sense of the new world order, or rather, disorder. At a deeper level, it probes and asks questions about the personal, social, political, religious and philosophical; while retaining that sense of whimsy and skepticism seen in his previous works. At no time are the answers to these questions suggested, perhaps alluding to life being about the journey, not the destination. The works reveal new developments in uz Zafar’s self-developed unique technique of etching on vinyl with the use of different tools. The scale of the new works are also much more intimate than his previous works, reminiscent of the traditional miniature paintings of South Asia. The works are divided into three sections of the gallery space hypothetically indicates trilogy #gillmanbarracks #adeeluzzafar #artafterdark #fostgallery sg #fostgallery #contemporary art #contemporary artists #contemporary #contemporary _art #engraving #engraving art #engraving s #singapore #singapore art #singapore art scene #singapore gallery #fostgallery #fostgallery sg @fostgallery @stephfong33 @haslindaar @adeeluzzafar @gillmanbarracks #hellpurgatoryandparadise @ocula.art photo credit: Hadi & Adeel

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  • Hell, Purgatory & Paradise / a solo presentation by Adeel uz zafar at FOST Gallery, Gillman Barracks 22 SEP - 29 OCT 2017 OPENING RECEPTION FRIDAY, 22 SEP 2017, 7-9 PM ARTIST'S TOUR FRIDAY, 22 SEP 2017, 6.30 PM Hell, Purgatory and Paradise is based on Dante's 14th century epic poem Divine Comedy. The allegorical poem details the afterlife journey of the soul toward God in three parts. Even though the poem was representative of the medieval world-view as propagated by the Western Church at that time, Dante’s work was intended to be literary, not purely theological. It reflected a deep desire to understand the mysteries of life and death. It was on this basis that Adeel uz Zafar formulated a similar quest to make sense of the new world order, or rather, disorder. At a deeper level, it probes and asks questions about the personal, social, political, religious and philosophical; while retaining that sense of whimsy and skepticism seen in his previous works. At no time are the answers to these questions suggested, perhaps alluding to life being about the journey, not the destination. The works reveal new developments in uz Zafar’s self-developed unique technique of etching on vinyl with the use of different tools. The scale of the new works are also much more intimate than his previous works, reminiscent of the traditional miniature paintings of South Asia. The works are divided into three sections of the gallery space hypothetically indicates trilogy #gillmanbarracks #adeeluzzafar #artafterdark #fostgallery sg #fostgallery #contemporary art #contemporary artists #contemporary #contemporary _art #engraving #engraving art #engraving s #singapore #singapore art #singapore art scene #singapore gallery #fostgallery #fostgallery sg @fostgallery @stephfong33 @haslindaar @adeeluzzafar @gillmanbarracks #hellpurgatoryandparadise @ocula.art photo credit: Hadi & Adeel

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  • Hell, Purgatory & Paradise / a solo presentation by Adeel uz zafar at FOST Gallery, Gillman Barracks 22 SEP - 29 OCT 2017 OPENING RECEPTION FRIDAY, 22 SEP 2017, 7-9 PM ARTIST'S TOUR FRIDAY, 22 SEP 2017, 6.30 PM Hell, Purgatory and Paradise is based on Dante's 14th century epic poem Divine Comedy. The allegorical poem details the afterlife journey of the soul toward God in three parts. Even though the poem was representative of the medieval world-view as propagated by the Western Church at that time, Dante’s work was intended to be literary, not purely theological. It reflected a deep desire to understand the mysteries of life and death. It was on this basis that Adeel uz Zafar formulated a similar quest to make sense of the new world order, or rather, disorder. At a deeper level, it probes and asks questions about the personal, social, political, religious and philosophical; while retaining that sense of whimsy and skepticism seen in his previous works. At no time are the answers to these questions suggested, perhaps alluding to life being about the journey, not the destination. The works reveal new developments in uz Zafar’s self-developed unique technique of etching on vinyl with the use of different tools. The scale of the new works are also much more intimate than his previous works, reminiscent of the traditional miniature paintings of South Asia. The works are divided into three sections of the gallery space hypothetically indicates trilogy #gillmanbarracks #adeeluzzafar #artafterdark #fostgallery sg #fostgallery #contemporary art #contemporary artists #contemporary #contemporary _art #engraving #engraving art #engraving s #singapore #singapore art #singapore art scene #singapore gallery #fostgallery #fostgallery sg @fostgallery @stephfong33 @haslindaar @adeeluzzafar @gillmanbarracks #hellpurgatoryandparadise @ocula.art photo credit: Hadi & Adeel

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  • Hell, Purgatory & Paradise / a solo presentation by Adeel uz zafar at FOST Gallery, Gillman Barracks 22 SEP - 29 OCT 2017 OPENING RECEPTION FRIDAY, 22 SEP 2017, 7-9 PM ARTIST'S TOUR FRIDAY, 22 SEP 2017, 6.30 PM Hell, Purgatory and Paradise is based on Dante's 14th century epic poem Divine Comedy. The allegorical poem details the afterlife journey of the soul toward God in three parts. Even though the poem was representative of the medieval world-view as propagated by the Western Church at that time, Dante’s work was intended to be literary, not purely theological. It reflected a deep desire to understand the mysteries of life and death. It was on this basis that Adeel uz Zafar formulated a similar quest to make sense of the new world order, or rather, disorder. At a deeper level, it probes and asks questions about the personal, social, political, religious and philosophical; while retaining that sense of whimsy and skepticism seen in his previous works. At no time are the answers to these questions suggested, perhaps alluding to life being about the journey, not the destination. The works reveal new developments in uz Zafar’s self-developed unique technique of etching on vinyl with the use of different tools. The scale of the new works are also much more intimate than his previous works, reminiscent of the traditional miniature paintings of South Asia. The works are divided into three sections of the gallery space hypothetically indicates trilogy #gillmanbarracks #adeeluzzafar #artafterdark #fostgallery sg #fostgallery #contemporary art #contemporary artists #contemporary #contemporary _art #engraving #engraving art #engraving s #singapore #singapore art #singapore art scene #singapore gallery #fostgallery #fostgallery sg @fostgallery @stephfong33 @haslindaar @adeeluzzafar @gillmanbarracks #hellpurgatoryandparadise @ocula.art photo credit: Hadi & Adeel

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  • Hell, Purgatory & Paradise / a solo presentation by Adeel uz zafar at FOST Gallery, Gillman Barracks 22 SEP - 29 OCT 2017 OPENING RECEPTION FRIDAY, 22 SEP 2017, 7-9 PM ARTIST'S TOUR FRIDAY, 22 SEP 2017, 6.30 PM Hell, Purgatory and Paradise is based on Dante's 14th century epic poem Divine Comedy. The allegorical poem details the afterlife journey of the soul toward God in three parts. Even though the poem was representative of the medieval world-view as propagated by the Western Church at that time, Dante’s work was intended to be literary, not purely theological. It reflected a deep desire to understand the mysteries of life and death. It was on this basis that Adeel uz Zafar formulated a similar quest to make sense of the new world order, or rather, disorder. At a deeper level, it probes and asks questions about the personal, social, political, religious and philosophical; while retaining that sense of whimsy and skepticism seen in his previous works. At no time are the answers to these questions suggested, perhaps alluding to life being about the journey, not the destination. The works reveal new developments in uz Zafar’s self-developed unique technique of etching on vinyl with the use of different tools. The scale of the new works are also much more intimate than his previous works, reminiscent of the traditional miniature paintings of South Asia. The works are divided into three sections of the gallery space hypothetically indicates trilogy #gillmanbarracks #adeeluzzafar #artafterdark #fostgallery sg #fostgallery #contemporary art #contemporary artists #contemporary #contemporary _art #engraving #engraving art #engraving s #singapore #singapore art #singapore art scene #singapore gallery #fostgallery #fostgallery sg @fostgallery @stephfong33 @haslindaar @adeeluzzafar @gillmanbarracks #hellpurgatoryandparadise @ocula.art photo credit: Hadi & Adeel

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  • Hell, Purgatory & Paradise / a solo presentation by Adeel uz zafar at FOST Gallery, Gillman Barracks 22 SEP - 29 OCT 2017 OPENING RECEPTION FRIDAY, 22 SEP 2017, 7-9 PM ARTIST'S TOUR FRIDAY, 22 SEP 2017, 6.30 PM Hell, Purgatory and Paradise is based on Dante's 14th century epic poem Divine Comedy. The allegorical poem details the afterlife journey of the soul toward God in three parts. Even though the poem was representative of the medieval world-view as propagated by the Western Church at that time, Dante’s work was intended to be literary, not purely theological. It reflected a deep desire to understand the mysteries of life and death. It was on this basis that Adeel uz Zafar formulated a similar quest to make sense of the new world order, or rather, disorder. At a deeper level, it probes and asks questions about the personal, social, political, religious and philosophical; while retaining that sense of whimsy and skepticism seen in his previous works. At no time are the answers to these questions suggested, perhaps alluding to life being about the journey, not the destination. The works reveal new developments in uz Zafar’s self-developed unique technique of etching on vinyl with the use of different tools. The scale of the new works are also much more intimate than his previous works, reminiscent of the traditional miniature paintings of South Asia. The works are divided into three sections of the gallery space hypothetically indicates trilogy #gillmanbarracks #adeeluzzafar #artafterdark #fostgallery sg #fostgallery #contemporary art #contemporary artists #contemporary #contemporary _art #engraving #engraving art #engraving s #singapore #singapore art #singapore art scene #singapore gallery #fostgallery #fostgallery sg @fostgallery @stephfong33 @haslindaar @adeeluzzafar @gillmanbarracks #hellpurgatoryandparadise @ocula.art photo credit: Hadi & Adeel

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  • Hell, Purgatory & Paradise / a solo presentation by Adeel uz zafar at FOST Gallery, Gillman Barracks 22 SEP - 29 OCT 2017 OPENING RECEPTION FRIDAY, 22 SEP 2017, 7-9 PM ARTIST'S TOUR FRIDAY, 22 SEP 2017, 6.30 PM Hell, Purgatory and Paradise is based on Dante's 14th century epic poem Divine Comedy. The allegorical poem details the afterlife journey of the soul toward God in three parts. Even though the poem was representative of the medieval world-view as propagated by the Western Church at that time, Dante’s work was intended to be literary, not purely theological. It reflected a deep desire to understand the mysteries of life and death. It was on this basis that Adeel uz Zafar formulated a similar quest to make sense of the new world order, or rather, disorder. At a deeper level, it probes and asks questions about the personal, social, political, religious and philosophical; while retaining that sense of whimsy and skepticism seen in his previous works. At no time are the answers to these questions suggested, perhaps alluding to life being about the journey, not the destination. The works reveal new developments in uz Zafar’s self-developed unique technique of etching on vinyl with the use of different tools. The scale of the new works are also much more intimate than his previous works, reminiscent of the traditional miniature paintings of South Asia. The works are divided into three sections of the gallery space hypothetically indicates trilogy #gillmanbarracks #adeeluzzafar #artafterdark #fostgallery sg #fostgallery #contemporary art #contemporary artists #contemporary #contemporary _art #engraving #engraving art #engraving s #singapore #singapore art #singapore art scene #singapore gallery #fostgallery #fostgallery sg @fostgallery @stephfong33 @haslindaar @adeeluzzafar @gillmanbarracks #hellpurgatoryandparadise @ocula.art photo credit: Hadi & Adeel

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  • Hell, Purgatory & Paradise / a solo presentation by Adeel uz zafar at FOST Gallery, Gillman Barracks 22 SEP - 29 OCT 2017 OPENING RECEPTION FRIDAY, 22 SEP 2017, 7-9 PM ARTIST'S TOUR FRIDAY, 22 SEP 2017, 6.30 PM Hell, Purgatory and Paradise is based on Dante's 14th century epic poem Divine Comedy. The allegorical poem details the afterlife journey of the soul toward God in three parts. Even though the poem was representative of the medieval world-view as propagated by the Western Church at that time, Dante’s work was intended to be literary, not purely theological. It reflected a deep desire to understand the mysteries of life and death. It was on this basis that Adeel uz Zafar formulated a similar quest to make sense of the new world order, or rather, disorder. At a deeper level, it probes and asks questions about the personal, social, political, religious and philosophical; while retaining that sense of whimsy and skepticism seen in his previous works. At no time are the answers to these questions suggested, perhaps alluding to life being about the journey, not the destination. The works reveal new developments in uz Zafar’s self-developed unique technique of etching on vinyl with the use of different tools. The scale of the new works are also much more intimate than his previous works, reminiscent of the traditional miniature paintings of South Asia. The works are divided into three sections of the gallery space hypothetically indicates trilogy #gillmanbarracks #adeeluzzafar #artafterdark #fostgallery sg #fostgallery #contemporary art #contemporary artists #contemporary #contemporary _art #engraving #engraving art #engraving s #singapore #singapore art #singapore art scene #singapore gallery #fostgallery #fostgallery sg @fostgallery @stephfong33 @haslindaar @adeeluzzafar @gillmanbarracks #hellpurgatoryandparadise @ocula.art photo credit: Hadi & Adeel

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  • Hell, Purgatory & Paradise / a solo presentation by Adeel uz zafar at FOST Gallery, Gillman Barracks 22 SEP - 29 OCT 2017 OPENING RECEPTION FRIDAY, 22 SEP 2017, 7-9 PM ARTIST'S TOUR FRIDAY, 22 SEP 2017, 6.30 PM Hell, Purgatory and Paradise is based on Dante's 14th century epic poem Divine Comedy. The allegorical poem details the afterlife journey of the soul toward God in three parts. Even though the poem was representative of the medieval world-view as propagated by the Western Church at that time, Dante’s work was intended to be literary, not purely theological. It reflected a deep desire to understand the mysteries of life and death. It was on this basis that Adeel uz Zafar formulated a similar quest to make sense of the new world order, or rather, disorder. At a deeper level, it probes and asks questions about the personal, social, political, religious and philosophical; while retaining that sense of whimsy and skepticism seen in his previous works. At no time are the answers to these questions suggested, perhaps alluding to life being about the journey, not the destination. The works reveal new developments in uz Zafar’s self-developed unique technique of etching on vinyl with the use of different tools. The scale of the new works are also much more intimate than his previous works, reminiscent of the traditional miniature paintings of South Asia. The works are divided into three sections of the gallery space hypothetically indicates trilogy #gillmanbarracks #adeeluzzafar #artafterdark #fostgallery sg #fostgallery #contemporary art #contemporary artists #contemporary #contemporary _art #engraving #engraving art #engraving s #singapore #singapore art #singapore art scene #singapore gallery #fostgallery #fostgallery sg @fostgallery @stephfong33 @haslindaar @adeeluzzafar @gillmanbarracks #hellpurgatoryandparadise @ocula.art photo credit: Hadi & Adeel

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  • Hell, Purgatory & Paradise / a solo presentation by Adeel uz zafar at FOST Gallery, Gillman Barracks 22 SEP - 29 OCT 2017 OPENING RECEPTION FRIDAY, 22 SEP 2017, 7-9 PM ARTIST'S TOUR FRIDAY, 22 SEP 2017, 6.30 PM Hell, Purgatory and Paradise is based on Dante's 14th century epic poem Divine Comedy. The allegorical poem details the afterlife journey of the soul toward God in three parts. Even though the poem was representative of the medieval world-view as propagated by the Western Church at that time, Dante’s work was intended to be literary, not purely theological. It reflected a deep desire to understand the mysteries of life and death. It was on this basis that Adeel uz Zafar formulated a similar quest to make sense of the new world order, or rather, disorder. At a deeper level, it probes and asks questions about the personal, social, political, religious and philosophical; while retaining that sense of whimsy and skepticism seen in his previous works. At no time are the answers to these questions suggested, perhaps alluding to life being about the journey, not the destination. The works reveal new developments in uz Zafar’s self-developed unique technique of etching on vinyl with the use of different tools. The scale of the new works are also much more intimate than his previous works, reminiscent of the traditional miniature paintings of South Asia. The works are divided into three sections of the gallery space hypothetically indicates trilogy #gillmanbarracks #adeeluzzafar #artafterdark #fostgallery sg #fostgallery #contemporary art #contemporary artists #contemporary #contemporary _art #engraving #engraving art #engraving s #singapore #singapore art #singapore art scene #singapore gallery #fostgallery #fostgallery sg @fostgallery @stephfong33 @haslindaar @adeeluzzafar @gillmanbarracks #hellpurgatoryandparadise @ocula.art photo credit: Hadi & Adeel

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  • Hell, Purgatory & Paradise / a solo presentation by Adeel uz zafar at FOST Gallery, Gillman Barracks 22 SEP - 29 OCT 2017 OPENING RECEPTION FRIDAY, 22 SEP 2017, 7-9 PM ARTIST'S TOUR FRIDAY, 22 SEP 2017, 6.30 PM Hell, Purgatory and Paradise is based on Dante's 14th century epic poem Divine Comedy. The allegorical poem details the afterlife journey of the soul toward God in three parts. Even though the poem was representative of the medieval world-view as propagated by the Western Church at that time, Dante’s work was intended to be literary, not purely theological. It reflected a deep desire to understand the mysteries of life and death. It was on this basis that Adeel uz Zafar formulated a similar quest to make sense of the new world order, or rather, disorder. At a deeper level, it probes and asks questions about the personal, social, political, religious and philosophical; while retaining that sense of whimsy and skepticism seen in his previous works. At no time are the answers to these questions suggested, perhaps alluding to life being about the journey, not the destination. The works reveal new developments in uz Zafar’s self-developed unique technique of etching on vinyl with the use of different tools. The scale of the new works are also much more intimate than his previous works, reminiscent of the traditional miniature paintings of South Asia. The works are divided into three sections of the gallery space hypothetically indicates trilogy #gillmanbarracks #adeeluzzafar #artafterdark #fostgallery sg #fostgallery #contemporary art #contemporary artists #contemporary #contemporary _art #engraving #engraving art #engraving s #singapore #singapore art #singapore art scene #singapore gallery #fostgallery #fostgallery sg @fostgallery @stephfong33 @haslindaar @adeeluzzafar @gillmanbarracks #hellpurgatoryandparadise @ocula.art photo credit: Hadi & Adeel

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  • Hell, Purgatory & Paradise / a solo presentation by Adeel uz zafar at FOST Gallery, Gillman Barracks 22 SEP - 29 OCT 2017 OPENING RECEPTION FRIDAY, 22 SEP 2017, 7-9 PM ARTIST'S TOUR FRIDAY, 22 SEP 2017, 6.30 PM Hell, Purgatory and Paradise is based on Dante's 14th century epic poem Divine Comedy. The allegorical poem details the afterlife journey of the soul toward God in three parts. Even though the poem was representative of the medieval world-view as propagated by the Western Church at that time, Dante’s work was intended to be literary, not purely theological. It reflected a deep desire to understand the mysteries of life and death. It was on this basis that Adeel uz Zafar formulated a similar quest to make sense of the new world order, or rather, disorder. At a deeper level, it probes and asks questions about the personal, social, political, religious and philosophical; while retaining that sense of whimsy and skepticism seen in his previous works. At no time are the answers to these questions suggested, perhaps alluding to life being about the journey, not the destination. The works reveal new developments in uz Zafar’s self-developed unique technique of etching on vinyl with the use of different tools. The scale of the new works are also much more intimate than his previous works, reminiscent of the traditional miniature paintings of South Asia. The works are divided into three sections of the gallery space hypothetically indicates trilogy #gillmanbarracks #adeeluzzafar #artafterdark #fostgallery sg #fostgallery #contemporary art #contemporary artists #contemporary #contemporary _art #engraving #engraving art #engraving s #singapore #singapore art #singapore art scene #singapore gallery #fostgallery #fostgallery sg @fostgallery @stephfong33 @haslindaar @adeeluzzafar @gillmanbarracks #hellpurgatoryandparadise @ocula.art photo credit: Hadi & Adeel

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