I'm walking on the wooden floors of a vast museum. I tread softly because my shoes are making too much noise. Or at least I think it is in this impeccable hall of Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (also known as MASS MoCA) where I suspect you can hear a pin drop. I've never seen anything quite like this strange and wonderful place. No other museum could house art at this scale, I marvel. Certainly not anything in Boston, there's just not enough land (MASS MoCA has 250,000 square feet of gallery space!). It takes a while to get acclimated and get my bearings. Did I mention it was big?
Artist Maksuda Iqbal Nipa's solo art exhibition inaugurated on November 7, 2016, in Seoul.
With "Enlightened," Bishwajit shows us how the way we learn the Bangla Barnamala (alphabet) is a reflection of our enlightened selves. Our learning journey begins with the Bangla Barnamala which reflects our true expressions. And in Bangladesh that childhood journey begins with a slate chalkboard.
On March 2016 UNESCO organized the exhibition 'Women's Role in Sustainable Development.' This was for International Women's Day 2016. Delegations nominated artists from five regional groups (including Asia-Pacific). Artists showed artworks that highlighted women’s role in sustainable development.
Dhaka Art Summit returned to the heart of Dhaka this month with 300 talented artists. It’s the first time we attended the summit and we’re so excited. We’ve prepared this first timer’s guide so you know some of what to expect next time. These were Artist Trekker's must-see.
One of the most exciting ways to discover new artists is to see them in action inside their studios. To help you get to know the many talented artists on Artist Trekker, we invite you to preview their works-in-progress, learn about what inspires them, and see their work hanging on their studio walls or in recent exhibitions.