Sumaiya Kabir | The Daily Star
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  • ‘Parampara’ celebrates art and family history

    Parampara, a slightly different exhibition, opened at Gallery Chitrak on February 15. While it is still a regular display of photographs and paintings, what makes it unique is the tribute it pays, as well as the lives of the two generations of artists it celebrates.
  • Street photography exhibition ‘Forever Dhaka’ concludes

    Ashiqur Rahman Rean, iflix’s Country Head by day and passionate street photographer by night, hosted his first solo exhibition, Forever Dhaka, which concluded yesterday.
  • Helal Shah’s ‘Ankora’ celebrates life in Old Dhaka

    Helal Shah’s solo painting exhibition, Ankora, is currently underway at EMK Center in Dhanmondi.
  • Three and a Half Men: Advocating Food Safety

    With members as interesting as their team’s name, Three and a Half Men, the Banglalink Ennovators 3.0 contestants, successfully made their spot as the second runners up, with their idea of creating an app that tracks product authenticity in the food market.
  • Rongbaaz releases at Britto Art Space

    If you have ever somehow wondered about what Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper would look like as a rickshaw painting, you can now have your curiosity satisfied if you visit Britto Art Space, located at Dhaka’s Green Road.