Mukhosher Arale is an art exhibition organised by Cosmo Concepts. The exhibition started on July 12, and will conclude today.
After a brief inauguration ceremony, the exhibition was open for all from 7 pm onwards on Friday. Renowned Sculptor Mrinal Haque was the chief guest. Ayesha S Chowdhury, the Principal of Cardiff International School was also a guest at the event.
The exhibition features 33 young artists, most of whom are young adults, with total of 80 artworks. The exhibition is about portraying the hidden emotions of our everyday lives. Happiness, despair, suffering, nostalgia, loneliness – were the emotions portrayed in the paintings. It is difficult to convey emotions freely without consequence or ire from the society. These young artists projected their emotions onto the canvas, and poured themselves into the world of colour and imagination.
“When we are lost in our thoughts, we feel a lot of emotion at once,” said Iffat Jahan Tusher, one of the artists in the exhibition. “We don’t know the name of that emotion, but we know the feeling, one of my paintings is an effort to convey that emotion. It’s called distorted thought.”
“The emotions we wanted to include are not just the morbid ones, our aim was to portray feelings of joy as well,” says Edward William, the President of Cosmo Concepts. Cosmo Concepts is an event management service run by teenagers. Their first art exhibition Say No To Poverty was a huge success. Mukhosher Arale is their second event.
The event will conclude today, after a live music session from young artistes.