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  • Open call Democracy

    Open call for ‘Celebrating Democracy Through Photography’

    What actions do you take to bring about positive change in your society? As a young person, there are numerous ways you caAnchorn make an impact, whether you decide to volunteer with a non-governmental organisation, take part in online networking, or contact a member of parliament.

  • SA Helal selected for Joop Swart Masterclass

    Bangladeshi photographer Samsul Alam Helal has been selected for the prestigious international platform for young photographers, Joop Swart Masterclass 2016.

  • AP, Reuters, New York Times among 2016 Pulitzer Prize winners

    The Associated Press wins the Pulitzer Prize for public service for reporting on abuse in the seafood industry that helped free 2,000 slave laborers, and Reuters and The New York Times share the breaking news photography award for images of the European refugee crisis.

  • Celebrating our heritage

    In a glitzy event attuned to the country's heritage, Standard Chartered Bank and The Daily Star yesterday honoured talents at “Celebrating Life 2015” in the spheres of photography, lyrics and film.

  • Delhi Photo Festival 2015

    The third edition of the biennial Delhi Photo Festival (DPF) is on in full swing at the sprawling grounds of Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA).

  • The dangerous art of the ultimate selfie

    If 2014 is the year of the selfie, then 2015 took the art of self-photography to a new and dangerous level.

  • Shooting with the stars

    Three young men get a different perspective on the city and their own lives by taking photos from the rooftops of Hong Kong’s buildings.

  • Photography Exhibition on Tajuddin's birth anniversary

    Marking the 90th birth anniversary (July 23) of Tajuddin Ahmed, the first prime minister of the Peoples' Republic of Bangladesh, Gallery 21 has organised a three-day photography exhibition from July 30 to August 1, shedding light on the life sketches of the luminary who led the Liberation War of 1971.

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    Photography against communalism

    The Alliance for Mitigating Racism Altogether (AMRA) is holding a weeklong photography exhibition to mark its second anniversary, and to celebrate the International Day for Elimination of Racism on March 21.

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    Sarker Protick bring home World Press Photo Award

    Bangladeshi photographer Sarker Protick won an award at the 58th World Press Photo Contest for the year 2014, announced earlier this week.

  • Reetu Sattar

    The spark of love

    Reetu Sattar and Munem Wasif, artists in different field, fell in love with each other for who they are, and what their professions are. Munem is a renowned documentary photographer while Reetu is a theatre actor, director and performance artist. They are happily married for five years, and have a two –and- a -half year old child. Ahead of Valentine's Day, Reetu spoke to The Daily Star about the journey the duo took together.