Colors of Tradition
Abdus Shakoor Shah
3 April - 23 April 2021
Edge brings to you the poetic compositions of Abdus Shakoor alongside traditional Potchitros by Shambhu Acharya. We may not realize it, let alone admit, that folklore . . .
15 November - 30 December 2020
Join us as we journey once again into the world of water and color. As another winter approaches, Edge brings to you Jolokabbo 3, a collection of artists’ musings through these . . .
Art in the Times of Coronavirus
15 May – 15 August 2020
There is no better time than the Coronavirus lockdown to reflect on the importance of art, not just for those with a predisposition to it,
but all . . .
Art in the Fight Against COVID 19
1 May – 15 May 2020
These are difficult times for all, especially those who are less fortunate. Edge, The Foundation is teaming up with renowned artists of Bangladesh . . .
Edge Art Camp
Upcoming . . .
We would like to start 2020 off with the mingling of painters and art enthusiasts at the Edge Art Camp, a 3-day interactive session, from 24th to 26th ...
The Traveller's Song
Kanak Chanpa Chakma
09 November – 30 November 2019
Among today’s major artists in Bangladesh, Kanak shines through with her unique body of works. Behind the use of vibrant colors lies stories of great depth. As we lift the yellow . . .
18 September – 26 October 2019
Vibrant works by 26 watercolor specialists at Edge Gallery explore memories of the land in its various seasons. Presented by Edge, The Foundation as a continuation watercolor . . .
Dawn of Black
Anukul Chandra Mojumder
27 April – 18 May 2019
The blacks of the artist Anukul’s lines take on a softer, granular quality as he masterfully transfers the charcoal to the canvas. At the same time the pulsating luminosity . . .
Tejosh Halder Josh
18 July – 11 August 2018
A contemporary exhibition and the 2nd Solo by Tejosh Halder Josh poignantly conveying the message to build a better society. Josh engages in the notion of space with objects and . . .
20 April – 10 May 2018
Artist Mohammad Iqbal’s narrative begins about 50m years ago with the mountainside a backdrop that has been witness to the erection of the statues from a great civilization . . .
The Red Thread
24 February – 09 March 2018
The exhibition features new works of young embroiders from Chhonya Hosto Shilpo in the village of Jessore in collaboration with the Italian artist and traveler Tarshito - meaning . . .
26 November – 15 December 2017
This exhibition is a collection of stories of common people, of rural and urban life, in water and color.Vibrant works by 14 watercolor specialists at Edge Gallery explore . . .
21 May – 2 June 2017
While Dhaka has been transforming at break- neck pace over the last two decades, artist Anisuzzaman has been quietly capturing our morphing urban scenery and retelling . . .
An Abstract Affairs
31 March – 8 April 2017
Eunus states that his paintings “come alive with universal energy that is immediately felt by an observer”. Seeking inspiration from anything and everything: from inane, discarded . . .
Sands of Time
11 November – 25 November 2016
Through sweeping strokes and supple textures, Ahmed’s canvases attain a vivacious quality; his paintings embody an enigmatic quality that works on many levels from . . .
04 June – 17 June 2016
The exhibition ‘Imprint’ is a significant attempt in successive tradition of Bangladeshi printmaking. Beginning with the masters, seven key artists has participated . . .
29 January – 13 February 2016
Tajuddin’s work has evolved with time, digging deeper with each passing day. This is evident from the nuanced emphasis on a myriad tiny objects and myths, the hazy semi-nude . . .