Veteran painter Syed Jahangir’s solo artwork exhibition, titled “Memory Beyond Time” is ready to open within the capital’s Abinta Gallery of Fine Arts on November 11. Earlier on November four, the gallery celebrated the 85th birthday of the artist alongside along with his family and friends.
Finance Minister AMA Muhith will inaugurate the exhibition on Saturday at 6:30pm.
Syed Jahangir has been experimenting along with his color and brush, notably his spatula with black ink on paper of late. The artworks on this exhibition are a novel end result of that experimentation. He performs with kind and notably house in his drawings, but his themes stay very pure. In his present exhibition, Jahangir is exhibiting works carried out principally with acrylic on canvas with lavish use of blue and yellow.
The exhibition reveals the evolution of a pondering artist, and likewise brings forth the inventive and technical expertise of Syed Jahangir. One of the highlights of the exhibition is that it reveals a big portray carried out on the plight of Rohingyas — coming into into Bangladesh crossing a river, whereas their houses are being burnt by the Myanmar military. The artist has determined to promote this portray to the very best bidder and donate the whole proceeds to the Prime Minister’s Rohingya Relief Fund.
Immediately after the Liberation of Bangladesh, Syed Jahangir began sequence of work referred to as Rejuvenation of a Soul, Premonition, Ecstasy, Vibration, Quest for the Unknown, Rhythm of Nature and so forth. For the final ten years or so, he’s doing solely figurative work, after going via levels of reasonable and summary expressions for many years. His newest works predominantly relate to rural Bangladesh — its river, fishermen, harvesting, day labor and pure and man-made disasters.
Syed Jahangir's 42nd solo exhibit to open Nov 11 by: Pamela Hendrix published: