Imtiaz Dharker (b. 1954, Pakistan)

As a poet, artist and documentary filmmaker, Dharker has scripted and directed over a hundred video films, working in the area of shelter, education and health for women and children. Her poetry collections are illustrated with her drawings, forming an integral part of the books. Themes include home, freedom, journeys, geographical and cultural displacement, communal conflict and gender politics. She was awarded the Queen’s Gold Medal for poetry in 2014, and her poems are part of the UK schools national curriculum.

This is an A3 (297 x 420 mm) Giclée print on Hahnemühle FineArt Pearl 285gsm paper. Each print is supplied with a certificate of authenticity, with hologram stickers and matching edition numbers, issued sequentially by order of purchase as part of a limited issue of 50 prints.

Please note this print is supplied without a frame, carefully wrapped in plastic or acid free tissue paper that protects the archival quality of the print. They are shipped flat in hardboard envelopes, shrink wrapped between sturdy boards.

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Imtiaz Dharker print - UK Tracked delivery

Imtiaz Dharker print - UK Tracked delivery

Please note the postage is for UK deliveries only. For international order enquiries, please email with your delivery location.

We use a print on demand service to minimise storage and handling. For UK deliveries, we aim to despatch within 4 working days with delivery taking 48 hours (this schedule will vary for more remote areas of the UK).

50.00 / Postage 7.80