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  • Abdul Gaffar Babu's 'Pixel of Emotion' at AFD

    Artist Abdul Gaffar Babu's third solo exhibition, titled Pixel of Emotion, is currently taking place at Allaince Française de Dhaka (AFD). The artist is an MFA graduate in Printmaking from the Faculty of Fine Art, University of Dhaka.

  • Aagami Mohiraaj's exhibition in the USA

    An art exhibition by Aagami Mohiraaj, a young artist, was inaugurated in Barrington, Rhode Island, USA recently.

  • Dhaka Art Week concludes tomorrow

    The four-day (February 6-9) long Dhaka Art Week 2019 is now underway at the National Art Gallery of Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy.

  • 1947 to 1971 through photographs

    A day long photo exhibition was held at the campus of Govt Azizul Haque College in Bogura recently. Surrounding the spirit of the International Mother Language Day, the exhibition focused on the period from 1947 to 1971.

  • Sculpture exhibition concludes at CU

    A six-day sculpture exhibition titled, International Celebration of Contemporary Sculpture, featuring the works of promising artistes from across the country concluded at Artist Rashid Chowdhury Art Gallery, Fine Arts Institute of Chittagong University (CU) recently.

  • Naziha Amin's 'Kesh' on the walls of Drik

    Artist Naziha Amin's first ever exhibition titled, Kesh (Hair), recently concluded at Drik Gallery, Dhanmondi. She studied Fashion

  • 'A Thousand Tales' in review

    The second round of the group art exhibition titled, A Thousand Tales, concluded yesterday at Drik Gallery, Dhanmondi.

  • Nafiuzzaman Nafi's 'Shomoyer Kabyakala' at Dwip Gallery

    Time and its essence of the past, present and future are the main focus of self-taught artist Nafiuzzaman Nafi's solo exhibition, Shomoyer Kabyakala.

  • Guru-Shishya: Shishya-Guru in review

    Guru- Shishya parampara is an ancient teaching-learning heritage of the sub-continent. Over time, the line between the pedagogue and the students has reaches a blur, where the student takes the spot of the teacher and vice-versa.

  • Iffat Ara Dewan's solo art show at Shilpangan to open tomorrow

    As an artist, she incorporates the nuances of music into her canvas. “Waheed bhai wanted me to perform the songs; for which he would give me incentives and original 78 RPMs (revolutions per minute) to listen to the songs so that I can perform them.

  • International photographic competition and exhibition at AFD

    Eminent photographer Sayeeda Khanam graced the occasion as the chief guest while renowned photographer Chanchal Mahmood attended the event as the special guest. Ajam J

  • Syed Muhammad Zakir and Emran Sohel's 'Leelaparab-1' at Dwip Gallery

    Leelaparab-1 is an exhibition by two young artists whose presence in the contemporary art scene begs the question, 'What is it that makes today's art so different from that of its previous generation?' The idea of sangsrob or intermingling had rarely been taken as seriously as is the case with today's cross media artists.

  • Shibly Shiraj's 'American Landscape' at EMK Center

    A solo photography exhibition of Shibly Siraj titled, American Landscape, hosted by Edward M Kennedy (EMK) Center for Public Service and the Arts, kicked off in the capital on December 8.

  • Café Mango and Gallery organises 'King Kortobbyo'

    Café Mango and Gallery at Dhanmondi is hosting a month long group art exhibition titled, King Kortobbyo. The inaugural ceremony of the exhibition was held on November 24.

  • Winning with Art turns the spotlight on women

    A group art exhibition titled, 'Winning with Art', is currently taking place at Radius Centre Bay's Galleria. Comprised of three exhibiting artists, all of whom are recent or soon-to-be graduates from Faculty of Fine Art, University of Dhaka, the exhibition turns the spotlight on women.

  • Addressing the many faces of corruption through art

    Cartoonists and photographers have emerged as powerful forces to increase awareness and raising demand for transparency and accountability in our society.

  • Zainul Utshab merges with FFA's turning 70

    The Faculty of Fine Art (FFA), popularly known as Charukala, of University of Dhaka (DU) is celebrating its 70th founding anniversary this year. The leading art educational institution of the country was founded on November 15, 1948, by Shilpacharya Zainul Abedin. The institution has so far contributed much to the thriving art scene of the country and the world at large.

  • Patrick Brown's 'EXODUS' at AFD

    Internationally acclaimed photographer Patrick Brown's solo photography exhibition titled, EXODUS, began at La Galerie, Alliance Française de Dhaka (AFD) on December 10. UNICEF Bangladesh and AFD are jointly organising the exhibition.

  • Bengal's contemporary exhibition in New Delhi

    Titled as (Dis)Place, an exhibition of contemporary art was inaugurated on December 7 at Korean Cultural Center, New Delhi, India. Director of the center, Kim Kum-pyoung, inaugurated the exhibition. Vidya Shivadas, director of FICA was also present at the event.

  • International crafts exhibition opens at Shilpakala

    Whilst entering gallery no.3 of the National Art Gallery, Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy (BSA), one will encounter an array of experimental crafts on diverse media. T

  • Farid's solo photography exhibition at AFD

    A solo abstract photography exhibition titled Surface, by Farid Shah, has begun at Galerie Zoom, Alliance Française de Dhaka. The inaugural ceremony of the exhibition took place on November 30.

  • An array of crafts on display at Zainul Gallery

    The annual art exhibition of the Department of Crafts, University of Dhaka (DU), concludes today at Zainul Gallery -1 and 2, Faculty of Fine Art (FFA) in the campus.

  • A unique exhibition celebrating Bangladesh’s artistry

    Muzicraft Presents Native Artistry, an exhibition showcasing handmade craft products, woodwork, pottery, nokshi katha, jute work, artworks, as well as jewellery and beauty products, was held recently at Platinum Grand Hotel in Dhaka.

  • International art exhibition in Kolkata

    Art organisations Artopolitan (Bangladeshi) and Art Line 18 (India) have jointly arranged an international art exhibition titled “Painting and Sculpture Exhibition” in Kolkata's Noti Binodini Art Gallery.

  • Combating violence against women through art

    Humour and satire have great potential to bring visibility to and foster critical thinking on different social issues. In this regard, cartoons are an important element in contemporary social activism and a communication tool that can spread key messages across.

  • Young artists address poverty through ‘Bhanga Ghor’

    According to the President of Cosmo Concepts, Edward William, and exhibiting artist and organiser, Aysha Mahmood, the idea of the exhibition grew out of the economic conditions,

  • Mystery in Mask

    Unmasking the art of mask

    The history and usage of masks -- for both ceremonial and practical purposes -- dates back to several millennia. The flamboyant presence of masks in many traditional festivals and rituals has a prehistoric origin. Mask making continues to be popular in our country, as it hangs on walls in homes to augment their artistic splendour.

  • Portraits with live models are rather artistic

    Every true artist is a great teacher, but every teacher is not a great artist. However, renowned artist Jamal Ahmed is an exception to that notion. Even after being a Professor at the Faculty of Fine Art of the University of Dhaka, Jamal Ahmed's artistic self is prominently alive and visible.

  • Alia Kamal's 'Excerpts' under way at Jatra Biroti

    Painting is one field that has become a popular calling to many. While Charukola is throbbing with young students from different walks of life, some aspiring painters are taking private classes, while others are teaching themselves.

  • Celebrating the best of Inktober

    Talent may be the key ingredient, but nothing was ever accomplished without discipline. To this end, American illustrator Jake Parker started the Inktober drawing challenge in 2009.