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MOUNOKOLPO
Reverberance of Silence
A Charity Art Exhibition by 56 Renowned Artists

 

“Ekphrasis” is an ancient Greek term referring to the vivid, often dramatic, verbal description of a visual work of art, serving as a bridge between the visual and literary arts. This allows one medium to amplify and illuminate the other. In the context of our exhibition, ekphrasis becomes a powerful tool to articulate the unspoken narratives embedded within the artworks — resonating with silence and the reverberations of narrations.

 

The exhibition juxtaposes the glimmer of hope for the future with sorrow and hollowness that permeates society. Each artwork becomes a poignant narrative that reveals the silent struggles and unvoiced emotions of our time, while also offering a vision of resilience and renewal.


An artist and educator, Dewan Mizan — battled cancer and passed away in June 2023. This exhibition is a charitable event organized by Edge Gallery to honor the legacy of the late artist and raise funds for his family.

Participating Artists

Abdul Mannan
Abdus Shakoor Shah
Ahmed Nazir
AKM Alamgir Huque
Ahmed Shamsuddoha
Afzal Hossain
Abdus Sattar Toufiq
Anukul Chandra Mojumder
Azmeer Hossain
Abdullah Al Bashir
Biren Shome
Bipasha Hayat
Bipul Shah
Dewan Mizan
Dr. Farida Zaman
Fareha Zeba
Hamiduzzaman Khan
Hashem Khan
Hasura Akter Rumky

Ivy Zaman
Imran Hossain Piplu
Jamal Ahmed
Kanak Chanpa Chakma
Kuhu Plamondon
Kamruzzaman Sagar
Khurshid Alam Saleem
Kazi Salauddin Ahmed
Karu Titas
Kamal Kabir
Maksuda Iqbal Nipa
Mohammad Eunus
Mohammad Iqbal
Monirul Islam
Mostafizul Haque
Mahbubur Rahman
Nazia Andaleeb Preema
Nisar Hossain
Nasreen Begum

Naima Haque
Nasim Ahmed Nadvi
Rafiqun Nabi
Ranjit Das
Rezaul Hoque
Rashedul Huda
Md. Rashed Kamal
Ratnashwar Sutradhwar
Shahabuddin Ahmed
Syed Abul Barq Alvi
Shahid Kabir
Shishir Bhattacharjee
Sheikh Afzal Hossain
Shamsul Alam Azad
Sanjib Das Apu
Tayeba Begum Lipi
Ziaur Rahman
Zahid Mustafa


 

12 June - 24 July 2024
10 am - 8 pm

Edge Gallery
Bay’s Edgewater

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