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Habiba Nowrose’s Life Of A Venus (2019).

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Yasmin Jahan Nupur’s Let Me Get You a Nice Cup of Tea (2019–20).

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Power couple Rajeeb and Nadia Samdani who started Dhaka Art Summit.

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Faiham Ebna Sharif’s photograph Rohingya - The Stateless People_(2017).

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Samsul Alam Helal’s Runaway Lovers (2016 - 2017).

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Landversation (2014 onwards)

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Existence-Emitting Movements (2019)

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While They Came (2017)

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Intermediaries (2019 – 2020)

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The Theater of Disappearance (2017)

Dhaka Art Summit Joins The Dots

Bangladesh’s influential art show explores the bonds of humanity across borders and languages
Feb 14, 2020 5:50 AM

WITHIN JUST A few years, the Dhaka Art Summit (DAS) has established itself as one of the world’s most influential art platforms, championing in particular South Asian artists under-represented by principal art institutions. Now in its fifth edition, the biennial event has managed to propel