Imran’s work addresses an expression of how he has developed and experienced the essence of art, beauty and life – in contrast to the world he grew up in. To him, the philosophy of art and its magnificence make an individual feel positive and alive – he try to channel and express this concept through his paintings, which tend to follow the traditional standards of realism in contemporary art. His paintings portray certain emotions, thoughts, and ideas. In his paintings, he expresses his feelings rather than illustrates them. It doesn’t matter what or who he paint, ordinary or extraordinary, as long as he is successful in conveying emotion to the viewer. However, in his paintings he wants the audience not only to see his story but to have their own narrative or interpretation.”
Kazmi born in kasur in 1993. He has done his bachelor’s from National College of Arts Lahore as Visual Artist. During their studies he had got a chance to conduct a workshop at Shakir Ali Mesum Lahore in accordance with “Defence Day 6 September” in 2016, on the same year he did an installation referring to Peshawer, Palestine attacks on children at Liberty roundabout Lahore, following up an article was published in Express Tribune on his work. He has participated and won many art competitions in Pakistan. After his graduation, He did several group shows with prominent Galleries in Pakistan. In October 2017 he did his first international group show at Dubai, in November 2017 and February 2018 he have been selected and worked back to back in two art fairs by Art Rooms London and Grid art Fair London, In April 2018 The National Gallery London accepted his application and invited Him to reproduce “Saskia” by “Rembrandt”. It took Him 43 days to replicate Saskia from a live Study of the Orignal Painting at Rembrandt’s Room 22 National art gallery London. Now he is practicing and exhibiting his work worldwide.