Indian High Commissioner to Bangladesh Vikram K Doraiswami on Saturday laid emphasis on an increased collaboration between Bangladeshi and Indian young artists to put together new ideas of art and reach out to more people through art.
A two-month-long exhibition on Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will begin from Saturday (Dec 12) at the Cosmos Centre in Malibagh of the capital.
Marking the Birth Centenary of the Father of the Nation, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman - Gallery Cosmos organized an exclusive Art Camp titled ‘Sheikh Hasina: On the Right Side of History’ on Friday in collaboration with Cosmos Atelier71 and supported by the Cosmos Foundation.
Gallery Cosmos’ day-long art camp ‘Sheikh Hasina: On the Right Side of History’ commenced on Friday at Cosmos Centre (Studio, Books and Rooftop) in Malibagh. It has been organised in collaboration with Cosmos Atelier71 and supported by the Cosmos Foundation. Twenty-one leading and promising painters of the country are participating in the camp, which commenced just after 12pm. Renowned artists Alakesh Ghosh, Jamal Ahmed, Ahmed Shamshuddoha, Sheikh Afzal, Nasir Ali Mamun, Bishwajit Goswami, Raneshwar Shutradhar, Rasel Kanti, Monjur Rashid, Sourav Chowdhury, Maneek Bonik, Jayanta Sarkar, Azmol Hossain, Fida Hossain, Amit Nandi, Didarul Limon, Tamanna Afroz, Fahim Chowdhury, Miskatul Abir, Proshun Halder, and Shurovi Sriti are participating in the camp. Read Also: Gallery Cosmos hosting art camp on PM Hasina Friday
Gallery Cosmos is organising an Art Camp titled ‘Sheikh Hasina: On the Right Side of History’ on Friday in collaboration with Cosmos Atelier71 and supported by the Cosmos Foundation.
Four modern art maestros from Bangladesh - Shilpacharya Zainul Abedin, Quamrul Hassan, SM Sultan and Safiuddin Ahmed - have elevated the genre to new levels, each through the body of work they left behind during their lifetimes and the audience of modern art needs more image literacy to fully comprehend the work of the legends, said renowned Bangladeshi art critic Moinuddin Khaled at the 5th edition of Cosmos Art Echo on Wednesday.
Gallery Cosmos, the philanthropic arm of Bangladeshi conglomerate Cosmos Group, in association with Hidden Her Foundation - has organised country‘s first-ever virtual art camp on Monday taking advantage of the technological advances during the crucial ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The second annual membership programme of Cosmos Atelier71, a printmaking studio with an overarching vision to serve art in Bangladesh, was launched Saturday through an orientation welcoming 71 new members for the 2020 calendar year.
Dhaka, Oct 22 (UNB) – With an aim to promote oriental artworks of the enriched eastern heritage, Gallery Cosmos is hosting a group art exhibition titled ‘Praccher Prachin Dhara’ (The Ancient Lineage of The East).