An exclusive group art exhibition titled “Harmony of Colors” organised by Abinta Gallery of Fine Arts began, yesterday. The exhibit features a number of artworks conducted by a group of senior artists renowned in the art scene around the world.
The noted exhibition, "Rising from the Ashes," has finally arrived in Bangladesh after traveling through five nations. This collaboration features artworks by Turkish and Bangladeshi artists, focusing on the aftermath of an earthquake.
“Introspect” invites art enthusiasts and the curious to explore the intricate connections between nature, the human experience, and the emotions that shape our lives.
Uniting Turkish and Bangladeshi artistic visions, the Turkish Embassy in Dhaka initiated an exclusive diplomatic outreach on Friday evening, marking the inauguration of the upcoming art exhibition titled "Rising From the Ashes Exhibition 2023."
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina addressed the inauguration ceremony of a special art exhibition titled "1973-2023 Retrospective" with the selected paintings of Independence Award-winning and internationally-acclaimed artist and valiant freedom fighter Shahabuddin Ahmed at Bangladesh National Museum in the city's Shahbagh area, yesterday.
Anika Roy’s first solo exhibition titled “Window” was inaugurated on September 10, where she answered the aforementioned question through her series of paintings and installations. Using pen, pencil and other colouring mediums, Anika tells the story of her perspectives as she meandered through the lane of her artworks.
"Let Me Out' sheds light on the corruption and abuse of power within the judicial system, issues often overlooked by the general populace," shared Shohel Mondol.
“Love Letters” remains a haunting tale of unrequited love and missed opportunities, melancholy, loneliness, and desolation. In its oblique and unaffected way, the play illustrates the universal truth that so much of life, if not all, is a solitary journey, a letter we write only to ourselves.