Thursday, August 12, 2010

Pakistani Truck at Smithsonian Museum at Washington DC

The Innovative Trucks of Pakistan

Americans explore a little about Pakistani truck painting in the summer of 2002 at the Smithsonian Folk life Festival, when Ali and bodywork professional Jamil ud-Din brought a truck from Pakistan’s city Karachi to Washington, D.C.

They ornamented it exactly there on the National Mall, as outdoor in-house artists. As a ability and talent scout for the festival├ó€™s Silk Road theme, truck aficionado Jonathan Mark Kenoyer, an anthropology professor at the University of Michigan and a known US scholar of Pakistani traditions and cultural background, selected the pair for their adaptability in have as a feature the country├ó€™s incongruent styles of innovative truck art.

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