Tuesday, May 21, 2024

The marginalised on focus

Just like the ‘pied piper of Hamelin’ of the medieval Germany, the ruling class, especially the politicians, in the contemporary Bangladesh are playing and dictating to the marginalised people, who dominate in terms of number. This fact has been depicted in an epic canvas by Mainuddin. Hundreds of human figures portraying

When insignificance becomes significant

The trivial things of a household have been portrayed with great significance in artist Tasadduk Hossain Dulu’s artworks for his solo exhibition at the Bengal Shilpalaya. The exhibition titled ‘The Body and Soul of the Insignificant’ features 53 artworks. Artist Tasadduk Hossain Dulu has successfully created surprises in his artwork through simple

Spirit of war of independence re-ignited

Bangladesh National Museum has organised a retrospective of a selected 100 artworks based on the spirit of the war of independence. The 21-day exhibition at the Nalini Kanta Bhattasali Gallery of the museum displays 100 artworks among which 47 paintings are by noted artists from its archive while the remaining 53 artworks have been gathered ... Read more

Exhibition Of Tagore Reproductions At Chhayanaut

KG Subramanian speaks on Rabindranath’s Artwork As part of Chhayanaut’s yearlong programmes to commemorate the 150th birth anniversary [May 8, this year] of Rabindranath Tagore, an eight-day exhibition featuring reproductions of the Nobel laureate poet’s artworks is on at Chhayanaut Shangskriti Bhaban in Dhanmondi, Dhaka. Renowned Indian artist and art teacher KG Subramanian inaugurated the ... Read more