The maiden solo art exhibition of artist Nabaraj Roy titled 'The Reflection of Endless Mystery' has begun at Alliance Française de Dhaka (AFD) in the capital's Dhanmondi.
The inaugural ceremony of the exhibition was held at 6 pm on Friday at La Galerie.
Eminent artist and Dhaka University Emeritus Professor Rafiqun Nabi joined the event as the chief guest, while distinguished artist and former Professor of Fine Art at Rabindra Bharati University, Nikhil Ranjan Pal, along with Dean of the Dhaka University Faculty of Fine Art Prof Nisar Hossain joined the event as special guests.
Presented within the exhibition titled "The Reflection of Endless Mystery," there are 25 captivating artworks encompassing acrylic, watercolor, and mixed media paintings, as well as sculptures that showcase the brilliance of Nabaraj's artistic journey.
Ever since childhood, artist Nabaraj Roy has been greatly attracted to the aesthetic diversity of forms found in nature. It is this diversity that drives him to create new shapes and forms. The contradictions emerging from the scenes, time, forms, and structures of urban and rural dwellings have had a deep-rooted impact on his mind.
Alongside these, the changes in time and culture have left deep impressions as well. When new shapes and forms are created spontaneously in this world of images today, they all contribute to expanding his thought. These are the forms that keep on returning to his canvas. Through these, he creates his art, his symphony! With his creations inspired by folk forms, urbanization, and nature,
Roy's works have captivated audiences with their unique perspective. This exhibition promises an immersive showcase of young artist Nabaraj Roy's artistic evolution, offering spectators a chance to engage with his distinctive interpretations of the world.
Among his distinguished recognitions are the 2020 SM Sultan Foundation Award and the 2019 Special Award from the Mount Fuji Painting Exhibition in Bangladesh.
An alumnus of the University of Development Alternative (UODA) in Dhaka, Roy graduated in 2013 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) degree, specializing in painting. Expanding his artistic prowess, he pursued a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Painting from Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata, India, completing his studies in 2016.
The exhibition will be open to all till Tuesday, September 12, Monday to Saturday from 3 pm to 9 pm.
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