Cartoon Guide to the Festivals of India Occupied Kashmir, Raiot Magazine

Arif Ayaz Parrey on Mir Suhail’s oeuvre Mir Suhail Qadri’s ever improving oeuvre has been one of the rare happy things happening in, and to, Kashmir in these particularly dark times. When he started off a few years ago, both the themes and the strokes were a little tentative. Kashmir’s cartoonist cartography has been dominated …

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Review: “A mere drop in the sea of what is” by Alana Hunt (4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, Sydney)

Mir Suhail Qadiri is a political cartoonist and artist from Kashmir whose mischievous and penetrating work has captured the political history of contemporary Kashmir in recent years. In early August, as Indian forces continued their brutal crackdown on the uprising in Kashmir, he released a disconcerting collection of images that mobilised popular culture to draw …

Video: There’s Nothing Funny About the Violence in Kashmir, Or Is There?

There’s nothing funny about the violence in Kashmir. But where words fail, political satire wins in highlighting the irony, hypocrisy and double standards of the government and the media. 20-something political cartoonists who assert themselves on social media are emerging alongside more established names like Bashir Ahmad Bashir. Here’s a quick look at how the …