- February 18, 2018
Pakistani writer Mushtaq Soofi writes of his native language of Punjab, and how that too faced a constant threat from the colonising power of Urdu
A certificate, a crest of honour and Tk50,000 will be handed over to each them at the concluding ceremony of the Amar Ekushey Grantha Mela
The fourth edition of biennial of the Dhaka Art Summit (DAS) ended on Saturday after eight days. People from all walks of life thronged to the free for all contemporary art extravaganza to three floors full of art curated from all over South Asia and Pacific Asia this year.
Spivak gave the audience a cognitive timeline of how she encountered the Rohingya people as an individual during a closing keynote presentation at the Dhaka Art Summit
In an exclusive interview with the Dhaka Tribune‘s SM Abrar Aowsaf, Director of the Office for Contemporary Art Norway (OCA) Katya García-Antón, an English-Spanish curator trained in Art History at the Courtauld Institute of Art in London, spoke of the need to promote indigenous art and the Sovereign Words project
The impact of other cultures is undoubtedly a great source of inspiration for Bangladeshi artists
At a panel entitled ‘Beyond the stereotypes of Bangladeshi Art’ on Wednesday, artists spoke about maintaining artistic autonomy and moving beyond stereotypes often ascribed to Bangladeshi and South Asian art
The session was introduced with a Sami folk song by an artist and associate professor at the Faculty of Law at the University of Tromsø
Leading Bangladeshi artists discussed their practice and the influence, historical journey, and evolution of installation art in Bangladesh
‘The discrimination faced between the two main designers of a national monument highlights the gender discrimination in the art world’
The first Bangladeshi work of contemporary art will be added to the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s collection this year
Presentations revolved around artists and architects who were deeply influenced by cultures around them and how that shaped their work
Director of the Tate Modern, Frances Morris discussed how art acquisition in the modern world needs to be based on three principles
The father of Bangali modernism found both colonial and traditional art to be repressive, hence opting for modernity
‘A new epistemology and theory on the idea of nationalism needs to be invented, and it is up to the artists to do this’
Ghosts of the erstwhile colonials keep haunting Bengal’s railways and literature.
He breathed his last at Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU) Hospital around 8:15am on Thursday
Indian High Commissioner to Bangladesh Harsh Vardhan Shringla in a recent event has said Hindi language has a bright future in Bangladesh.
‘A total 11 curators from different countries will participate in the exhibition’
‘Any artist can publish their work anywhere, from online to on a wall’