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Leading art gallery of Pakistan, Unicorn Gallery was set up in Karachi in 2004 by Seemah Niaz. Since the gallery's inception Unicorn has been promoting Pakistani art globally, exhibiting Pakistani Masters as well as Contemporary artists' works' to the world at large. Unicorn has exhibited in Dubai, London, Singapore, Delhi, Toronto and Mumbai.

Pakistani art has been highly acclaimed internationally and is in great demand and seen as a great investment by collectors. Amongst our Master artists A.R Chughtai, Ustad Allahbux, Bashir Mirza, Jamil Naqsh, Zahoor-ul-Akhlaque and Gulgee are incomparable in South East Asia, whereas our Contemporary artists also reign supreme in the Pakistani art scene. The gallery has held numerous exhibitions, and also has an eclectic mix of all great artists at all times.

Unicorn Gallery is diverse and boasts of a collection of paintings by graduates from art universities as well as Masters. Amongst our collection of art works Unicorn also has modern miniatures paintings, calligraphies, art books, jewellery and sculptures. Unicorn sources art works for the leading auction houses and this remains an ongoing process.

So no matter what your budget or taste Unicorn will always have something just right for you.


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