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leading bangaldeshi contemporary artists presented at india art fair
·A major public art installation by artist Mahbubur Rahman will feature in India Art Fair’s Art Projects section
·Works by leading Bangladeshi contemporary artists
Tayeba Begum Lipi, Ayesha Sultana and Mohammad Wahiduzzaman will be
showcased for the first time at a major public art event in India
·The Samdani Art Foundation announces the second edition of the Dhaka Art Summit in 2014.
The Samdani Art Foundation, which brought a global focus on Bangaldeshi art by organizing the inaugural Dhaka Art Summit in
2012, will support the showcase of 4 leading Bangaldeshi contemporary
artists at the upcoming India Art Fair 2013. The Foundation is
supporting an Art Project at the fair by highly regarded contemporary artist Mahbubur Rahman.
Rahman’s project includes an elaborate installation cast out of army
boots (measuring approximately 30X15X15 ft). Co-Founder &Trustee of
the artist-led not-for-profit Britto Arts Trust, Rahman’s work
challenges conventional aesthetics, ideology, and notions of self.
Contemporary Bangladeshi talent exhibited at the Samdani Art Foundation’s booth will include Tayeba Begum Lipi, co-Founder &Trustee of the Britto Arts Trust with her husband Mahbubur Rahman; Ayesha Sultana, an artist and member of the Britto Arts Trust; and Mohammad Wahiduzzaman, winner of the Grand Prize at the 14th Asian Art Biennial Bangladesh, 2010.
The exhibited works are not for sale,
and are being presented by the Samdani Art Foundation as part of its
commitment to advancing appreciation of Bangladeshi art in the region,
and across the world. The Samdani Art Foundation is one of the
supporting partners of the Speakers Forum at the India Art Fair.
SAMDANI ART FOUNDATION
Art Foundation is a not-for-profit art infrastructure development
organization, involved in promoting Bangladeshi contemporary art in the
international arena. It was founded in 2011 by the collector couple, Nadia & Rajeeb Samdani,
who share a staggering commitment to uplifting the arts. With the goal
of creating an international platform for emerging artists and
Bangladesh’s vibrant art scene as a whole, the foundation hosts several
art-related activities through the year. Its two flagship events are
the Dhaka Art Summit and the Samdani Art Award.
DHAKA ART SUMMIT 2014
groundbreaking Dhaka Art Summit invites art-lovers from all over the
world to experience Bangladesh’s expansive visual culture – from folk
art to video installations, under one roof. Funded by the Samdani Art
Foundation, the Dhaka Art Summit provides a free showcase for local
artists and unprecedented access to the international market.
second session of the Dhaka Art Summit will take place in Febrary
2014. Alongside local galleries, the Samdani Art Foundation will invite
several international galleries and curators to participate in the
Summit, and curate various shows in collaboration with local curators at
the Summit venue. These exhibitions will focus on the work of
contemporary South Asian artists.
first Dhaka Art Summit took place in April 2012 at the Bangladesh
Shilpakala Academy in Dhaka, Bangladesh, and saw a footfall of over
50,000 people. It included major curated exhibitions and showcased over
249 artists from across Bangladesh – including Zainul Abedin,
Shahabuddin Ahmed, Naeem Mohaiemen, Mahbubur Rahman, Tayeba Begum Lipi,
and more. Concurrently, the Bangladesh National Museum held an
exhibition of Bangladeshi Modern Masters (which attracted 20,000
visitors), and the highly-regarded independent artist space, Britto Arts
Trust, curated an exhibition of contemporary Bangladeshi art. The
Summit’s accompanying programme of talks was attended by over 500
more information on the Samdani Art Foundation’s presence at India Art
Fair (31 January – 3 February 2013) in New Delhi, the Dhaka Art Summit
2014, or other initiatives supported by the foundation globally get in
touch with Radhika Sen at Flint Asia:
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Italian actress Antonella Salvucci appreciates PM Modi’s Vision and Congratulated him for his Win in the Elections 2019 Italian Actress-Model Antonella Salvucci came to National Capital for the promotions of her upcoming movie 69. The press conference was held at PVR Plaza, Connaught Place, Delhi. Present at the event, she praised Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his work. She was highly moved by his vision and his dedication towards International collaborations. She urges him to improve his collaboration with Italy as there are some good points in common that can make us more united. Antonella’s upcoming movie 69 is produced by S, Kumar Production house and she will soon be seen in other Indo-Italian projects like ' Aashiqui Tujhe Salaam' and ' Cat's Eye '.