A nine-day group art exhibition titled ‘Guru-Shishya: Shishya-Guru’ 2) will end on Tuesday at Zainul Gallery of the Faculty of Fine Arts, Dhaka University.
The opening ceremony of the exhibition, organised by Oriental Painting Studio Bangladesh, was held on March 2.
Presided over by Professor Nisar Hossain, Dean, Faculty of Fine Arts, Dhaka University, the exhibition was inaugurated by renowned sculptor-painter Hamiduzzaman Khan.
Luva Nahid Choudhury, Director General of Bengal Foundation, was present as chief guest at the programme. Nilu Rowshan Murshed, Chairperson of Abinta Gallery of Fine Arts, art connoisseurs Ratan Chandra Pal, Mikhail I Islam and Nusrat Mahmud were present as special guests.
This is the second group exhibition by Oriental Painting Studio Bangladesh.
The artists of the exhibition include Zahangir Alom, Amit Nandi and Malay Bala.
One of the artists Zahangir Alom said 'When I am at work, I do play Indian classical music. Thus, I try to translate my feelings into canvas. My artworks evoke include various images of classical raga, their moods and melodic bliss."
"Besides, I have a great fascination for depicting nature, its diverse facets and mythical aspects especially the connotations of the eternal love between Radha and Krishna," he added.
The exhibition, featuring oriental artworks, will showcase paintings from classical to the contemporary styles.
On the closing day the exhibition will remain open to all from 1pm to 8pm.
Earlier, the first edition of the exhibition took place at Alliance Française de Dhaka in 2019.