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Shopping on Khaas Art is simple and easy. This page will help you understand how
to navigate through the site and make purchases.
For a brief introduction to modern and contemporary Pakistani art, please see our
overview of Pakistani Art section.
There are two ways to buy at Khaas Art. One is to physically visit our Gallery in
Islamabad or come to view an exhibition. The second is to buy off the Khaas Art
Gallery website via our fixed price 'Browse & Buy' online catalogue at any time.
To view the catalogue, please click here (website registration is required).
To make a purchase on our website, you must first register on our website to obtain
a Khaas Art Login ID.
Once you are registered and have a Khaas Art Login ID, you can purchase any item
from our ‘Browse & Buy’ catalogue by clicking on the ‘Add to Shopping Cart’ button
next to it. Your Shopping Cart stores all the items you would like to purchase on
Khaas Art. Shipping and handling charges and appropriate taxes in Pakistan are provisionally
incorporated based on the shipping address you have specified.
Once you are ready to purchase an item that you have added to your shopping cart,
click on the ‘Order Now’ button. After you choose the payment option which is suitable
to you and accept our terms and conditions, upon receipt of your payment, your order
will be processed immediately and you will receive a confirmation order number for
your reference and tracking.
Please see below for further details on payment options.
Please be rest assured that all credit card transactions on our site are secure
and encrypted. Review our security information below to learn more.
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An invoice will be provided to you for your purchased artwork with the delivery
of the purchase. Invoices will be made by Khaas Art Gallery based on the final registration
information provided by the buyer or amended at the time of completing a purchase,
and payments will be accepted only from the said registered buyer. In the event
that a payment is sent from elsewhere, it may be returned or could result in a delay
in the processing of the order while management considers whether a deviation from
the registration details is acceptable.
At Khaas Gallery we endeavor to ensure that our Customers are always satisfied with their purchase. If, for any reason, you are unhappy with your purchase, as a gesture of goodwill we will accept returns of the purchases within a ten day grace period commencing from the date of delivery of your order. Please note that, subject to the conditions set out below, it is generally our policy, to fully reimburse the total price paid by a purchaser of the artwork, but always excluding all other costs such as those pertaining to the transportation of the artwork sent both ways, insurance, packing, airfreight, destination charges, customs duties and other taxes and impositions. You will therefore have to incur these variable costs in the unlikely event that an item is returned.
Please note that refunds of the purchase price can only be considered once the purchase has been received by the Gallery at its Islamabad premises. The Gallery’s refund policy is based on the returned purchase being in the same condition it was at the time of sale. The Gallery takes no responsibility for any loss or deterioration incurred during the course of transportation of a returned purchase to the Gallery. In the event of damage or deterioration to returned purchases, the Gallery may, at its sole discretion, agree to a partial refund of the purchase price.
All items purchased on our website or at Khaas Art Gallery, Islamabad will be delivered/shipped
to the buyer once all necessary documentation relating to credit card ownership
verification, transportation, tax, duties, et cetera, as may be reasonably requested
for by Khaas Art are completed and payment has been realized in full (including
any additional charges relating to insurance, tax, duties, and transportation).
Transit insurance costs will be included in such additional charges, unless specifically
advised otherwise by the buyer.
In the event that the buyer chooses to collect the artwork/s from Khaas Art he/she
must do so within ten days of Khaas Art receiving the payment. In the event that
the artwork/s is not so collected within a period of ten days, Khaas Art reserves
the right to levy applicable storage and insurance costs to the purchase price.
Normally, Khaas Art organizes for your purchases to reach your shipping address
via courier. All customs duties and taxes of your country of residence will have
to be covered by you on delivery.
If you choose to undertake customs clearance yourself or through a third party appointed
by you, please note the following:
If you have any specific questions, please email us at email@example.com
Maintaining the security of your information is very important to us.
All login and transaction-related data submitted to Khaas Art Gallery online is
handled with industry-standard (SSL encryption, certified by Verisign??)
When you enter your credit card number into the shopping cart order form, it is
transmitted across the Internet in an encrypted (scrambled) form, and is only de-coded
when it reaches our authorization partner.
(As an extra layer of security, and as per the processing requirements of Khaas
Art Gallery’s bankers, protecting all credit card purchases made online will require,
in addition to the standard card processing information, a facsimile or a scanned
emailed picture of the credit card or the top end of a credit card statement showing
the buyer’s name, billing address, and the credit card number (excluding transaction
history), before the purchase can be processed.) ???
Depending on where you are located (as per your billing address registered with
Khaas Art), you can either pay for your Khaas Art Gallery purchases in Pakistani
Rupees or US Dollars. If the billing address on your credit card statement is in
Pakistan, you have to make payments in Pakistani Rupees and if your billing address
is outside of Pakistan, you must make payment in US Dollars.
(As per processing requirements of Khaas Art Gallery’s bankers, in the interest
of protecting Khaas Art Gallery’s members from credit card fraud and identity theft,
all credit card purchases made online will require, in addition to the standard
card processing information, a facsimile or a scanned emailed picture of the credit
card or the top end of a credit card statement showing the buyer’s name, billing
address, and the credit card number (excluding transaction history), before the
purchase can be processed.??)
The Khaas Art Gallery online ‘Browse and Buy’ catalogue contains items that are
held in Khaas Art Gallery’s own collection, as well as items that can be on consignment
from an artist or a private art collectors. In the case of items located outside
of Pakistan (marked with the symbol ??? in our “Browse & Buy” section), buyers with
billing addresses in Pakistan will have to make payment in US Dollars only, in transactions
governed by State Bank of Pakistan rules and regulations. These payments may be
made through credit card payments online, or via bank transfer to Khaas Art Gallery’s
bank account, the details of which of which will be emailed to you once you select
this mode of payment while placing the order.
If you live in Pakistan and/or your shipping address is in Pakistan, you can make
payments via the following means:
If you live outside Pakistan, or require your purchases to be shipped outside Pakistan,
the following modes of payments are available to you:
The Weight of Things'The Weight of Things', new works by Naiza Khan. In collaboration with the Dutch Embassy and with the support of SHELL Pakistan, we are pleased to present Naiza Khan’s compelling art work to an Islamabad audience. The inauguration ceremony took place on 26 February 2014 and the show is now open for public viewing. Khaas Art Gallery is showcasing the artist’s current oeuvre which draws upon her engagement with the fragile landscape of Karachi and its circumventing coastal terrain.
Converging Lines (A Suite of drawings)
Khaas Art, in collaboration with art critic and artist AasimAkhtar, initiated this suite of drawings as a unique dialogue between twelve renowned Pakistani artists. Each artist was asked to present a new work made exclusively for this portfolio. These artists cover the generational spectrum of contemporary Pakistani art.
To reach a wider audience, a limited edition publication of high quality offset prints, signed individually by each artist, has also been commissioned.
The Blue Room & other StoriesMoeen Faruqi is coming to Islamabad with more visual stories! Don't miss his 'Blue Room and Other Stories' next week on Tuesday, 2nd December 2014 at 5:00 p.m. onwards. The renowned Karachi based artist will be there in person to share his beautiful canvases full of life and humour in his solo exhibition at Khaas Art Gallery. Do spread the word and bring your friends along.
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