Sculptor Amin Gulgee is an innovator of tradition. His medium is metal, his
inspiration the varied and rich spiritual history of his native Pakistan. In the more than ten years that the artist has been exhibiting, his work has followed many different directions, from the purely abstract to work that is
inspired from Hindu mythology, Buddhist civilization and Islamic calligraphy. Although diverse, these directions influence and nourish one another for they all attempt to depict the spirituality of man.
Pakistan, the artist has also exhibited extensively in the USA, Europe and the Middle East. The artist's forty-odd shows include Open: Prima Esposizione di Sculture e Installazioni in Venice, where he showed alongside Cesar and ten
other international sculptors, and a solo show at the IMF Gallery in Washington. Chief art critic of the Washington Times, Joanna Shaw-Eagle, wrote on January 1, 2000 in her review of his one-man show at the IMF: "Mr. Gulgee
is an artist to watch both for the originality of his ideas and the sensuous, handsome quality of his work."