Bengal Arts Programme is happy to announce the upcoming opening of (Dis)Place, an exhibition of contemporary art in Delhi (India) on Friday, December 7. Works of 10 artists and 1 research collective from Bangladesh will be featured in the exhibition.
(Dis)Place is supported by the Korean Cultural Centre India and FICA – Foundation for Indian Contemporary Art through a grant for curatorial proposals ‘from India and other SAARC Countries’. Aiming to think through exhibition practices and to address the notion of the region, the grant was awarded to Bangladesh-based curators Tanzim Wahab and Hadrien Diez.
Participating artists and research collective are: Bengal Institute; Shahidul Alam; Tayeba Begum Lipi; Ronni Ahmmed; Najmun Nahar Keya; Afsana Sharmin Zhumpa; Shimul Saha; Zihan Karim; Sarker Protick; Sayed Asif Mahmud; Md.Shamsul Arifin.
The exhibition will continue until February 22, 2019 at Korean Cultural Centre India.