Solo art exhibition by Bitap Shavan at Alliance Francaise

Solo art exhibition by Bitap Shavan at Alliance Francaise


Alliance Française de Dhaka requests the pleasure of your company on the occasion of a solo painting exhibition titled: Life We Desire; Life We Gain* by artist Bitap Shavan Bachhar at its La Galerie. The inaugural
ceremony of this exhibition will be held on Friday, 22 July 2016 at 6.15 pm. Your presence will be highly appreciated.Professor Dr. A A M S Arefin Siddique, Vice-Chancellor, University of Dhaka will grace the occasion as Chief Guest while Prof. Nisar Hossain, Dean, Faculty of Fine Art, University of Dhaka and Prof.

Dr Asim Sarkar, Provost, Jagannath Hall, University of Dhaka will attend the innagural ceremony as the special guests.M. Prof. Dr Nazmul Ahsan Kalimullah, Vice- President,Alliance Française de Dhaka will welcome the distinguished guests and will
also preside over the opening ceremony.Throughout the last decade, Betap has been running his imagination over the
human psychology prevalent in our society and he found out that unhappiness formulates from the natural manifestations where man desires something but gets another thing instead. This unhappiness, experienced by many from
numerous disappointments for the duration of their lives, promulgates the collective depression of the society. The artist tries to bring that out in his paintings, along with the social bondages and customs that are burdensome to a human. In his artworks, the conflict between desire and destination is sometimes the main point that he prefers to show.Technically, the medium is oil based, which is essentially Betap’s favourite medium here because of its flexibility, durability and scope to work in details. Almost all of the artworks are life-size as the artist
would like to exhibit the visceral feelings of his subjective motives.Born in 1985 in Satkhira, Bangladesh, Betap did his B.F.A and M.F.A from Dhaka University and got first class first.After the inaugural ceremony, the exhibition will be open to all till 2 August, 2016. Visiting Hours: Monday to Thursday from 3 pm to 9 pm, Friday and Saturday (9 am to 12 noon and 5 pm to 8 pm). Closed on Sunday.


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