In (and out of) the stones of our minds

Dwip gallery cordially invites you to ‘In (and out of) the stones of our minds’, an art exhibition by Towfiqur Rahman, Mustafa Zaman, Murshed Jahangir, Manan Morshed, Arju Rahman, Tahia Farhin Haque, Anamika Chowdhury, Farhana Akhter, Farzana Akhtar, Kazi Tahsin Agaz Apurbo, and Ata Mojlish, which will open on February 19, 2020, at 6:00 pm.
The exhibition would be jointly inaugurated by artist Monirul Islam, Dhali Al Mamoon and Rokeya Sultana.


Past Exhibitions

Anybody can do it, please do it...

by Najib Tareque (November 29, 2019 to December 15, 2019)

Dwip Gallery cordially invites you to ‘Anybody can do it, please do it...’ by Najib Tareque. Artist Professor Mohammad Eunus and Professor Shishir Bhattacharjee will be present at the inaugural ceremony of the exhibition is curated by Mustafa Zaman, organized by ‘180 Degrees’, at 5pm on November 29, 2019.
‘Anybody can do it, please do it...’ will run its course till December 15, 2019, 3-9pm except Mondays.
Dwip Gallery, 1/1 Block D, Lalmatia, Dhaka
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Feeling the Void 

by Hamiduzzaman Khan

11 October - 15 November 2019

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.
Dwip gallery is set to present his watercolour works under the title Feeling the Void.


 ‘মুহূর্তমা’ – ‘Momentum’ 

As a part of its journey through the existing ecology of contemporary art, 180 Degrees organized ‘মুহূর্তমা’ – ‘Momentum’ an art exhibition by Shamset Tabrejee, curated by Mustafa Zaman. Shamset Tabrejee is well known as a poet—an artist of words. ‘Udvastu Chirkut’, ‘Amro Kanone Mabhoi Koler Gan, ‘Osru Movaroj ‘Muhurtoma’ etc. are some of his poetry collections’ name. This poet, seems, not satisfied only within the play with words. ‘180 Dgrees’ would like to present Tabrejee’s poetry with colours at his art exhibition. Since it would be a comprehensive showcasing of his works, with a selection of paintings from recently produced works determining the show’s final character, I would like to ensure it to be an impactful event.
Pre-eminent artist Monirul Islam, poet Mashrur Arefin, managing director of the City Bank Ltd, artist Shishir Bhattacharjee and poet Sazzad Sharif will be present as guests at the opening of the exhibition, organized by 180 Degrees, on July 27, 2019, at 5:00 pm.

Dwip Gallery, 1/1, Block D (g floor), Lalmatia, Dhaka
The exhibition will remain open till September 6, 2019
Visiting hours: 3 pm to 9 pm (except Monday) 

দেহজমি | মনোভূমি
Bodyspace | Mindscape’

Dwip Gallery invites you to ‘দেহজমি মনোভূমি - Bodyspace Mindscape’, an art exhibition by artist Wakilur Rahman with his works between 1989 and 1991.
Dean of the Fine Arts Faculty, University of Dhaka, Nisar Hossain and artist and critic Mustafa Zaman will be present as guests at the opening of the exhibition, at 5pm, organized by 180 Degrees.
‘দেহজমি মনোভূমি - Bodyspace Mindscape’ will be launched on May 3, 2019 at 5 pm and will run its course till May 31, 2019, at Dwip gallery.

f a l l o u t

Dwip Gallery, October 13 - 27, 2018

Dwip Gallery, an initiative of 180 Degrees, cordially invites you to an
art exhibition by Kazi Salahuddin Ahmed ‘Fallout’, curated by Mustafa Zaman.
The exhibition will be jointly inaugurated by
the preeminent artist Monirul Islam, the Director of Alliance Française de Dhaka Olivier Dintinger, and Ambassador Abdul Hannan,
on October 13, 2018, at 5:30 pm.


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