Exhibition/Shows

Bonded Stitches and Struggle

Bonded Stitches and Struggle

The image of Tahera on display at the exhibition.

Nineteen billion dollars might seem a mammoth sum but Bangladesh earns that amount every year by exporting readymade garments to foreign countries. But what about those, who, with their sweat and determination, have raised the industry to its present status…

The unforgotten pics

The unforgotten pics

Death is more often than not a staple requirement to qualify something as tragedy. But when the death toll passes well over the figure of a thousand, that too, not in a war, the word ‘catastrophic’ is perhaps a more apt choice…

Queenies Art Gallery opens

Queenies Art Gallery opens

If the emergence of artists like Zainul Abedin, Quamrul Hassan and S.M. Sultan is identified as roots of the modern art movement in Bangladesh; it can then be said that the tree has grown much taller…

In(Site) and insight

In(Site) and insight

Born and bred in Dhaka, Kazi Salauddin Ahmed is an artist who is unequivocally poised between the ‘perverted present and nostalgic past’ of the city he has experienced and felt acutely…

Tagore songs, poems entertain audiences at IGCC

Tagore songs, poems entertain audiences at IGCC

The juxtaposition of ageless songs and poems of Rabindranath Tagore set the audience present at Indira Gandhi Cultural Centre at Gulshan 1 on a magical voyage of communion with the timeless words and melodies that the poet composed…

Nature out of colour and water

Nature out of colour and water

Artist Mintu Dey depicted beauty of mother nature in his paintings, using water colour as his sole medium.
Eye soothing green of trees, azure blueness of skies, and rich brown of earth all could be found in Mintu Dey’s paintings displayed in a solo exhibition titled Nature out of Colour and Water at the Dhaka Art Centre at Dhanmondi in the capital…

Serenading Suchitra: 30 artists pay homage

Serenading Suchitra: 30 artists pay homage

It’s said that everything that has a beginning and an end. But there are some rare few who seem to defy that. Rama, a girl born in 1931, to a schoolteacher father and a housewife mother who were settled in Pabna, is one of those rare ones…

Cultures of SAARC nations framed in exhibition

Cultures of SAARC nations framed in exhibition

Even though the lives, perceptions, feelings, attitudes, culture and beliefs of people living in neighbouring countries of South Asian region are often noticeably similar, they could be drastically and dramatically different too…

SAARC Artists’ Camp and Exhibition-2014 begins

SAARC Artists’ Camp and Exhibition-2014 begins

The three-day SAARC Artists’ Camp and Exhibition-2014 began simultaneously in Bandarban and Dhaka on Wednesday.
Organised by SAARC Cultural Centre in association with Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy, the SAARC Artists’ Camp titled…

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