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Hamiduzzaman Khan’s ‘Feeling the Void’ underway at Dwip Gallery

DL DESK, Dhaka
Hamiduzzaman Khan’s ‘Feeling the Void’ underway at Dwip Gallery

A two-week solo art exhibition titled ‘Feeling the Void’ by Hamiduzzaman Khan is underway at Dwip Gallery in Lalmatia of the capital.

Eminent writer-critic Hasnat Abdul Hye, artist Monirul Islam and Dean of the Faculty of Fine Art, University of Dhaka, Professor Nisar Hossain jointly inaugurated the exhibition on October 11 on the gallery premises.

Curated by Mustafa Zaman, the exhibition is showcasing watercolour works of Hamiduzzaman Khan.

Abstraction as an idiom has always been defined in relation to the artist’s ability to empty the painted space of all contents. Though this artistic conviction never held sway over the exponent of abstraction in Dhaka. Yet in the discursive field abstraction was mostly perceived as a total effacement of visual cues, be that to natural or human environment. The works of Hamiduzzaman Khan stand testimony to how effacement often translates into an unfurling of the metonymic visuals which work as a bridge between the interior landscape and the world outside. His watercolour works often bring into view some fragments through which an archaeology of memory is rolled out to the viewer for the viewers to partake of the same, a press release issued by the organiser said.

The exhibition remains open to all every day from 3pm to 9pm, until October 27 (Except Mondays).

Dwip Gallery: 1/1, Block D, Lalmatia

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