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  • Fawaz Rob's 'Dhaka, I Love You' held in Paris

    Galerie Untitled Factory in Montmartre, Paris, opened a solo printmaking exhibition titled 'Dhaka, I Love You' by Bangladeshi artist Fawaz Rob recently, which was featured in French newspaper 'La Parisien.'

  • Fawaz Rob's 'Dhaka, I Love You' held in Paris

    Galerie Untitled Factory in Montmartre, Paris, opened a solo printmaking exhibition titled 'Dhaka, I Love You' by Bangladeshi artist Fawaz Rob recently, which was featured in French newspaper 'La Parisien.'

  • 'Surface as Symbol' held at Alliance Française de Dhaka

    The seventh solo art exhibition by artist Kazi Sayed Ahmed titled Surface as Symbol has begun at La Galerie, Alliance Française de Dhaka. The inaugural ceremony of the exhibition was held on Friday, August 31, 2018.

  • Gallery Cosmos' ode to Bangladeshi scenic beauty

    A fifteen-day long group art exhibition titled 'Mrinmoy Bangla' was inaugurated at Gallery Cosmos in Dhaka on September 7. Artworks by four promising artists Juton Chandra Roy, Sumon Kumar Sarkar, Mohammad Kamruzzoha and Manik Banik are showcased at the exhibition.

  • A peek into Mahmuda Tuli's State of Mind

    Promising photographer Mahmuda Tuli's first solo exhibition titled State of Mind was opened at Kalakendra, Mohammadpur on September 7. Curated by noted artist Wakilur Rahman, the colourful, experimental and bold exhibition deals with a layer of the featured photographer's diverse state of mind.

  • Drik holds 'A Struggle for Democracy- A photo journey by Shahidul Alam'

    Rarely does an exhibition begin with people singing, but the photographic exhibition titled 'A Struggle for Democracy- A photo journey by Shahidul Alam' at Drik gallery began with a spontaneous performance by singers Krishnakali,

  • Art that turns thinking into doing

    Artists Fauzia Alam, Anna Massinissa, Atul Panase and M Ines came up with the idea of a traveling painting exhibition. They believe that

  • Suborna Hasan's 'Love, Life and Other Emotions'

    Suborna Hasan's solo exhibition titled Love, Life and Other Emotions, began on August 4 at Café Mango, Dhanmondi. It is open daily from 12 noon to 10pm. The exhibition will conclude on August 31.

  • Of individual experiences and metamorphosis

    Abinta Gallery of Fine Arts joining hands with IRC, recently hosted an art exhibition titled Unknown Faces and Others at its premises in Uttar Badda, Dhaka. This is a solo exhibition by promising Bangladeshi artist Tamim Jalilur Rabbi, who has been living in France for the last 5 years.

  • Monsoon and the Visuality of Rain

    When we set out to respond to rain, which appears to have soaked the human body and soul over the millennia, we must be aware that

  • Kids and colours

    Jhilimili organised an art exhibition titled Shoishob at the EMK Center yesterday to showcase the artwork of street children so the audience can appreciate their joy of colours.

  • Oriental painting exhibition opens today

    The artworks were collected from all around the nation. They were created by students of fine arts, self-taught artists and visual artists. Based on the 60 artworks, top three artists will be awarded for their skills prior to the judgment of the jury board.

  • Sajid-Bin-Doza's 8th solo sketch exhibit

    Sajid-Bin-Doza is an established name in the field of architecture in Bangladesh. Today marks the opening of the architect's 8th solo sketch exhibition, which will be held from 5 pm at La Galerie, Alliance Française de Dhaka (AFD) in the capital.

  • Moving Spirits opens today at Edge gallery

    Tejosh Halder Josh's second solo exhibition, showcasing 82 artworks in three diverse series, showcases a world which is relatively unheard of, and gives us the opportunity to appreciate it as well.

  • Celebrating Life photography exhibition in Faridpur

    A photography exhibition with 43 winning photographs of Celebrating Life 2018 was held at the auditorium of Govt. Rajendra College in Faridpur to mark the district tour of Standard Chartered- The Daily Star Celebrating Life yesterday.

  • Restless time, ruthless affairs: Duet exhibition at Britto Art Space

    A duet art exhibition titled Droher Kaal (State of Affairs), organised by Britto Art Trust, is underway at Britto Space, a contemporary art hub located at Green Road, Dhaka.

  • Halimul Islam Khokon's 'Images of Inner Vision' at AFD

    Every artist has his/her inner vision to express creativity. What makes an artist different from others is the individual's idiosyncratic rendition of artistic thoughts into reality.

  • 'The Beauteous Bengal' concludes at AFD

    Golam Mohammed Joarder's solo painting exhibition titled Ruposhi Bangla (The Beauteous Bengal) concluded yesterday at La Galerie, Alliance Française de Dhaka. Eminent artist Professor Samarjit Roy Choudhury inaugurated the exhibition as chief guest on July 6.

  • 'Meet the Makers'

    Meet the Makers was the first exhibition by Made in Equality, held this July in Dhaka. It was an attempt to portray the unique lives and stories of people in the apparel industry in Bangladesh through storytelling.

  • Satyananda's innovative artworks on display

    Promising artist Satyananda Paik's second solo painting exhibition titled Peaceful Reflection of Nature is underway at Drik Gallery. Fisheries and Livestock Minister Narayan Chandra Chanda inaugurated the show on July 11.

  • 21st Young Artists' Art Exhibition inaugurates

    To inspire young artists, Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy (BSA) has organised the 21st Young Artists' Art Exhibition at its National Art Gallery. Cultural Affairs Minister, Asaduzzaman Noor, inaugurated the exhibition yesterday as chief guest.

  • Sushanta Adhikari's 'Banalata' at BSK

    Professor Dr Sushanta Kumar Adhikari is an award-winning artist, who has a great passion for depicting female faces following oriental wash painting technique; be it watercolour or wash tempera. What is conspicuous in his portrayal of paintings is that he mingles traditional elements with contemporary ones; thus enriching the trend of oriental art in Bangladesh.

  • Preema promoting peace and humanity in Euro train

    Nazia Andaleeb Preema, a prolific visual artist of Bangladesh, recently participated in the first of its kind International Action Painting Symposium in Chalkida, Greece, organised by UNESCO.

  • Cosmos holds Art Workshop at RU

    It was a jubilant day for the students of the Faculty of Fine Arts (FFA), Rajshahi University (RU), as Cosmos Foundation donated a printmaking machine to them.

  • Shahid Kabir's rare paintings on display

    Renowned artist Shahid Kabir's five rare paintings are on display at the residence of art collector Rezwan Rahman at Baridhara. An ardent fan of the mystic bard Fakir Lalon Shah, the artist portrayed Jesus Christ and mystic bard Lalon on a same frame along with depicting many paintings based on the philosophy of Lalon.

  • Standing the test of time

    Professor Nisar Hossain is a renowned artist, critic, connoisseur, activist, organiser and the Dean of the Faculty of Fine Art, University of Dhaka. As a socially conscious and responsible artist, he always tries to grasp the time and its spirit in his pursuit of art. He is thought to be one of the best art organisers after Shilpacharya Zainul Abedin.

  • 'DUET' art exhibition

    Even though Md Nazmul Haque Bappy and Sultan Ishtiaque are relatively young, they have made a name for themselves in the Dhaka art scene. Recently, the duo conducted an exhibition at the Shilpangan Gallery titled DUET.

  • A brave world of sculpture at BNM

    Prominent sculptor Ivy Zaman's fourth solo exhibition is now open at Nalini Kanta Bhattasali Gallery of Bangladesh National Museum.

  • Exhibition of 'Ankhi O Tar Bondhura'in New York

    Consulate General of The People's Republic of Bangladesh exhibited the children's film Ankhi O Tar Bondhura in the Museum of the Moving Image which is a popular media museum in Astoria, New York.

  • 'Obak'- Exhibition and more by Liton Saha

    Artist Liton Saha has been devotedly painting on behalf of Jatra-a journey into craft, a creative shop, selling a variety of items from