Form/Training: A deep dive into Hamiduzzaman Khan’s philosophy of art

Prominent artist Hamiduzzaman Khan’s exhibition entitled “Form/Formation” opened on June 21 at the capital’s Kala Kendra art gallery. The exhibition features two-dimensional and three-dimensional artworks by Hamiduzzaman. The show was organized by the famous curator Wakilur Rahman.

The opening ceremony of the exhibition was honored by the presence of the main guest, Dr. Tawfiq-e-Elahi Chowdhury BB, who is the adviser to the Prime Minister of Bangladesh for electricity, energy and utilities. mineral resources. Moreover, the famous art critic and curator Mustafa Zaman was present as a special guest of the event.

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“His art and activity, even now, is very remarkable. Physical and mental integration with art gave him a unique personality. Observation, imagination and critical thinking are all expressed through his process work,” said Wakilur Rahman, curator and director of Kala. Kendra.

Initially, the exhibition was to present only the two-dimensional works of the artist. However, the curator wanted people to better understand Hamiduzzaman and his work, so the artist’s three-dimensional artworks were also added to the exhibit.

Besides the giant paintings drawn by Hamiduzzaman, his small practice papers, drawings, sketchbooks, small and large sculptures, work process documentation and other miscellaneous materials were also displayed at the exhibition.

The exhibition will continue until July 26, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. daily.

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