Art Exhibition by Erum Ashfaq
The Embassy organized an Exhibition showcasing Pakistanís natural heritage and landscape Paintings by Erum Ashfaq, a prominent Painter, Artist, Urban City Planner at the Chancery Hall of the Embassy of Pakistan Berlin on 11th November, 2015. Adressing the guests Ambassador of Pakistan in Germany Syed Hasan Javed stated that art and culture can promote understanding and tolerance. He stated that this is the best means to bring various communities together to appreciate the richness of human creativity, innovation and evolution in different parts of the world. The 20 paintings put up on display for the first time have been done by the Artist Erum Ashfaq in original design with colour and context depicting the richness of the landscape and the architecture of the country. The exhibition was attended by German lovers of art, representatives of the media, public personalities, Ambassadors and diplomats from more than a dozen countries including Oman, Jordan, Sri Lanka, Azerbaijan, Iran, Thailand, Philippines, Singapore etc. The participants appreciated the penetrative style of the Artist, which reflected amply the diversity and the depth in the landscape of Pakistan. The Ambassador introduced Erum Ashfaq as a talented artist who is also an Urban Planner and Economist, at the same time. Erum Ashfaq in her speech on the occasion thanked the Pakistan Embassy for holding of the Exhibition which has been actually the inspiration for her to work even harder to project the richness of Pakistanís natural heritage. She expressed her resolve to continue producing art works to promote goodwill and greater understanding for Pakistan in the world. The Exhibition will last for two days from 11-12 November and will move to London, as part of introducing Pakistanís natural diversity and cultural heritage in Europe.

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