Category: Haafiz Karim

Friday Night Live at the ROM

November 22, 2013, 7 – 11 p.m.

Royal Ontario Museum

It has everything you would be looking for in a fun night out. Interactive exhibitions coupled with food and lots of drink made for quite the interesting experience

Frances Ferdinands / Convergence

by Haafiz Karim

What interests me most about Frances Ferdinands and her work is the thought process that her paintings reflect; not only her heritage but more importantly her journey

Revealing the Early Renaissance

by Haafiz Karim

It perhaps did not live up to its full potential by limiting its focus on themes of religiosity while several other areas such as literature, philosophy, science and politics were somewhat brushed over

Interview with Jesus Mora

by Haafiz Karim

I met Jesus Mora in his small studio tucked away behind a music instrument store. The small space was brimming with artwork that immediately caught my eye, canvas upon canvas of earthly tones and brilliant textural detail.

Robert Groh

by Haafiz Karim

Wonderfully created and delivered they evoked strong emotions through their colour association and – what I found interesting – their names.

Tony Scherman: “Black October”

by Haafiz Karim

Georgia Scherman Projects Gallery
October 20 – November 26, 2011

It is not the technical skills of encaustic, that captures the viewers interest but rather the exploration of a narrative based on the October Crisis

Susan Hiller: The Last Silent Movie

by Haafiz Karim

September 22 – November 26, 2011


While the audio recordings provide a tremendous auditory experience, the etchings are a visual equivalent.

General Idea: Mondo Cane Kama Sutra

by Haafiz Karim

July 30, 2011–January 1, 2012

What makes this piece so remarkable is the neon colour of the poodles presented on the canvases and the scale of the panels creating a gigantic eye-capturing façade.