‘Colours’ at Alliance Française de Dhaka

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26th August, 2019 02:16:21 printer

‘Colours’ at Alliance Française de Dhaka

The group art exhibition titled Colours is underway at La Galerie of Alliance Française de Dhaka.

The inauguration ceremony of the exhibition was held on Friday evening on the premises of AFD. 

Famed architect and poet Rabiul Hossain attended the opening ceremony as the chief guest while eminent artist Kanak Chapa Chakma also attended the event as the special guest.

Art works of artists Farhana Afroz, Farzana Islam, Monidipa Dasgupta, Mukti Bhowmik, Rebeka Sultana, Monira Sultana, Rehana Yesmin, Rifat Jahan and Shaila Akhter  are being displayed in the exhibition.

Farhana Afroz’s subject ranged from humors to day to day experiences which left a mark on her conscious. The sculptures of Farzana Islam express the lives of the people around her, the old building and the presence of nature. Monidipa Dasgupta, a passionate artist with a strong urge to discover and design ways to recreate urban lifestyle through her artwork. Mukti Bhowmik tries to portray her forgotten desires through her work. Her works are very much influence by childhood memories and nature. Monira Sultana loves nature very much. She portrays on her canvas the surrounding of nature. 

 The subject of Rebeka Sultana’s work is the representation of women as well as the nature in different colours through different designs. Rehena Yesmin makes an effort to illuminate the intangible and abstract beauty of the incorruptible soul, often eclipsed by the struggles, controversies and clashes of the reality of modern times. Frida Kahlo’s (a famous Mexican painter) power of portraying pathos and emotions of womanhood touches Refat Jahan deeply and thus it becomes the subject of her painting. The new series of paintings by Shaila Akhter accelerated with thought provoking sojourn of women empowerment and freedom. 

The exhibition will be open to all till August 31. Visiting hours: Monday to Thursday from 3 pm to 9 pm, Friday and Saturday from 9am to12 noon as well as 5 pm to 8 pm (closed on Sunday).


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