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Asma Akber’s solo exhibition: An affair of vivid hues and enigmatic shapes

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Source: The Daily Star

Syeda Asma Akber is a self-taught painter, but this description hardly does justice to her creative talents. Her connection to art seems to have been established in her early years. As a painter, she explores non-figurative, mostly non-objective, and naturist themes. Asma’s work is deeply rooted in physiological experiments, incorporating elements of illusion and emotion.

Her use of colour is rich, expressive, and evocative of nostalgia. Through her personal techniques, she skillfully captures the play of light and the essence of nature in her paintings. Drawing inspiration from her vivid imagination, nurtured over many years, she delves into life’s eternal truths and reminisces about her childhood.

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Emami Art hosts solo exhibitions for art enthusiasts

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Source: The Statesman

Emami Art is hosting three concurrent solo exhibitions, namely by Bholanath Rudra, Ali Akbar P.N. and Ujjal Dey at Kolkata Centre for Creativity. The artists, in order to captivate both art enthusiasts and the general community, gave a preview and walkthrough on 28 June at Emami Art, KCC. All the shows will be on view until 20 August this year.

“Rudra’s large-scale watercolours depict moonlit landscapes where the hard truth is spoken in an eloquent language, evoking empathy, whereas Ali Akbar’s critical works, paintings, and videos deal with the questions of migration and memory, seas and trade, and the movement of cultural forms and motifs across time and places. Besides them, Dey’s textiles are closely bound to the matriarchal labour, material, and deep-rooted culture. Regional connections and ritualistic connotations give his work a heightened rigour,” said Ms Richa Agarwal, CEO of Emami Art.

Read more: https://www.thestatesman.com/supplements/miscellany/emami-art-hosts-solo-exhibitions-for-art-enthusiasts-1503317215.html

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Mongolian artist to open solo exhibition in Japan

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Source: AKI press

Member of the Union of Artists of Mongolia, artist of the Art Gallery of Mongolia Oyun-Erdene Tsedenpil will open her solo exhibition in Japan entitled “Mongol Art”.

The exhibition is dedicated to the 5th anniversary of the Art Gallery of Mongolia and the 50th anniversary of the Treaty on Cooperation in Culture between Mongolia and Japan.

The event will feature about 20 artworks by the artist and her large-scale painting “Ikh Khuree”, completed in five years.

Read more: https://m.akipress.com/news:779124:Mongolian_artist_to_open_solo_exhibition_in_Japan/

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YARAT to present Azerbaijani artist’s solo exhibition “Voices of Silence” [PHOTOS]

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Multidisciplinary artist Aidan Salakhova’s inaugural large-scale museum exhibition, “Voices of Silence,” will be presented at YARAT Contemporary Art Space on June 13, Azernews reports.

“Voices of Silence” is Aidan Salahova’s first large-scale museum exhibition in Baku.The exhibition confronts the globally pertinent issue of domestic violence while amplifying the voices of its victims. Through her project, the artist delves into the emotional terrain of domestic violence, illuminating the fears and despair experienced by victims.

The exhibition showcases an installation comprising 12 towering jugs crafted from white stone aghlay glass, representing the artist’s maiden venture into incorporating local stone into her works.

Read more: https://www.azernews.az/culture/227305.html

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