This chapter explores how contemporary visual art from ‘Islamic’ Pakistan has been exhibited in Britain in the years since 9/11, and asks to what extent those artworks’ potential meanings have been limited and stereotypical perspectives of Muslims and Pakistan replicated in the process.
|Title of host publication||Contesting Islamophobia|
|Subtitle of host publication||Anti-Muslim Prejudice in Media, Culture and Politics|
|Editors||Morey Peter, Yaqin Amina, Forte Alaya|
|Publisher||I B Tauris|
|Number of pages||19|
|Publication status||Published - 30 May 2019|
|Name||Library of Modern Religion|
Clements, M. (2019). Adjusting the ‘Islamic’ Focus: Exhibitions of Contemporary Pakistani Art in Britain in the Post-9/11 Decade. In M. Peter, Y. Amina, & F. Alaya (Eds.), Contesting Islamophobia : Anti-Muslim Prejudice in Media, Culture and Politics (pp. 205-226). (Library of Modern Religion). I B Tauris.