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“Anamnesis” at Peda Ting Ting

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“Anamnesis” at Peda Ting Ting
Photo: Peda Ting Ting Café Gallery

On October 6, 2015, a joint art exhibition by artists Iskindar Mirza and Mazharul Islam titled “Anamnesis” was inaugurated at Peda Ting Ting Café Gallery in Gulshan. The exhibition was inaugurated by eminent artist Kanak Chanpa Chakma. Former captain of Bangladesh cricket team Habibul Bashar was present as the special guest while Assistant Professor Md. Abdul Aziz, former chairman of Oriental Art Department, Faculty of Fine Arts attended the function as the guest of honor. 

Paintings at Gallery

Photo: Imrat Hossain

Iskindar is a graduate from Institute of Fine Arts and his work is a sneak peek into Old Dhaka lifestyle created with delicate strokes of water color. In contrast, Mazhar is a born artist. He may not have the institutional education, but certainly has the skills to drive his passion for art. He expresses himself in abstract pieces portraying darkness, pain and complexities of everyday life. 

Paintings at Gallery

Painting at Gallery

Photo: Imrat Hossain 

This exhibition offers a unique experience with life and color on one side and the complexities of it on the other. The exhibition will be open every day between 11am to 10pm until October 21, 2015. 

 

Location: Peda Ting Ting Café Gallery, House-69, Road-26, Gulshan-1, Dhaka, Bangladesh

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