Nescafé, the market leader in coffee, hosted a Contemporary Art exhibition curated by Canvas Gallery, on Saturday at the Mohatta Palace Museum to launch Nescafé Dolce Gusto, an innovative and modern coffee system which makes café like coffee with the touch of a button. The guests experienced the modern art of coffee amidst an exhibition of contemporary art by some of the finest artists from across Pakistan.
On display were paintings, sculptures, video art and installations, along with art performances that in some cases highlighted the innovative use of coffee.
From bold espressos and frothy cappuccinos, to latte machiato and hot chococino, Nescafé Dolce Gusto introduced Karachi to the modern art of coffee.
Exhibiting artists included Aamir Habib, Amin Gulgee, Amjad Ali Talpur, Asad Hussain, Ayaz Jokhio, Imran Channa, Irfan Hasan, Komail Aijazuddin, Mansoor Saleem, Muhammad Ali, Muzzumil Ruheel, Natasha Jozi, Sadaf Malaterre, Sara Pagganwala, Sajjad Ahmed, Salman Toor, Sanie Bokhari, Seema Nusrat, Shalalae Jamil, Umar Nawaz and Zahrah Ehsan.
Natasha Jozi, Sadaf Malaterre, Muhammad Ali, Sara Pagganwala and Shalalae Jamil kept the interest of the guests by their art performances during the course of the entire evening.