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Thinking with the notion of queerness elsewhere, this chapter examines the work of Pakistani artist Anwar Saeed's work. Born in 1956, over the last four decades, Saeed has been exploring homoerotic subject matter, in particular, same-sex desire and its intersections with the socio-political and the spiritual from Pakistani and South Asian perspectives. Following Saeed's artistic trajectory, aesthetics, and oeuvre, the chapter proposes to expand the ways in which we theoretically understand and read queer frameworks within contemporary art and so doing, trouble the existing dominant discourse and field thereof.

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