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It is an intricate question for an artist to answer from “the” single perspective, when he is asked what is intended to convey in his expression. For a moment it might seem as if he is telling us a story with the strokes of his brush, although there are much more left in the observer’s layers of consciousness. I perceptibly do have, to a certain extent, an awareness about the experienced life, which is somewhat concrete and visibly factual; but its emotional perception can only be understood by a conscious mind and I think my experimental art can touch the gush of it. Having said so, however, it is extremely important for me to engage the average viewers with my rationale. The question I intended to raise through the semi abstract criticism of the contemporary society, more or less, demands a minimum level of collective attention since the elements were taken from the very society we dwell in. the paintings in order to coordinate with the viewer’s acceptance level. In “There was no eye witness”, for instance, the title gives an impulsive indication of what the photographs of closed eyes in digital print with the backdrop of oil painting might suggest. It shows a disturbing mindset toward an ongoing ugliness of urban existence. I felt that a combination of multiple layers gives deeper meanings to an painting. I used different mediums to create effects of layers; for instance, the combination of oil, mixed media and charcoal works was an honest effort to create new dimensions in my paintings. I believe it also intrigues the imagination of a contemporary viewer; and besides, I had been able to express my thoughts quite vibrantly through this experiment.
2007-4 th solo art exhibition, Queens Library, New York USA on April 14,2007
2003-3rd solo Art exhibition at Alliance Franciase de Dhaka, Bangladesh
2002-2nd solo painting exhibition at Zainul Gallery Institute of Fine Art, Dhaka University. Bangladesh
2000-1st solo painting exhibition at Alliance Franciase de Dhaka.
Around 50 plus group art exhibitions in different countries.