Ismail had been photographing the Rana Plaza disaster and its victims since 2013, having taken breaks in between due to the sheer mental exhaustion that he faced as an onlooker of such a tragedy.
The exhibition is designed to encourage deep reflection on the continued efforts required to secure labour rights for garment workers in Bangladesh.
The decline in river water and how we are losing our natural resource has been beautifully portrayed through “Nodi Nebe!” –a photography exhibition by Kakoli Prodhan. This is a plea to save rivers, as they have life too.
A photo exhibition titled ‘Onkur’ has been organized by Mongol Deep Foundation at The Asiatic Center in the capital with a view to provide a glimpse into the lives of the children suffering from cancer.
A group exhibition titled 'Inland Stories' by the international photography students of Pathshala, opened yesterday at Drik Gallery in
The Embassy of Sweden in Bangladesh, in collaboration with the UN Women Bangladesh, hosted a photography exhibition titled, Swedish Dads and Bangladeshi Babas recently at Zainul Art Gallery, Faculty of Fine Art, University of Dhaka.
“Life, Light & Chaos”, the first solo photography exhibition by promising photographer Joy K Roy Chowdhury is currently on at La Galerie and Galerie Zoom of Alliance Française de Dhaka.
A five-day (April 17-21) photography exhibition titled “On the Margins”, featuring images of tea workers and ethnic communities of Bangladesh...