BRITTO SPACE a contemporary art hub

Exhibition

  2nd - 15th December 2016

The 'Space' show in 2012 was dedicated to 10 years journey of BRITTO and inauguration of its new and permanent premises at Green Road with work of all Britto members. The second groups effort of the members was to create a large collective project in on month, a black and white wall mural inside Britto titled as 'Overlapping' in 2013. The last group exhibition of the members was titled as 'Cross Casting' - a project focused on cross gender casting in 2014. 'Space' and 'Cross Casting' both were curated by our in-house curator/ artist Mahbubur Rahman.

RANDOM is distinct to showcase the togetherness of this unit of artists from Britto once again vigorously but randomly.. The works are chosen without regard to any characteristics of the individual participants, so that each work has an equal chance of being exposed. The Character of the show is having a value that only can be depicted the prospect of the team-work over the years. 20 artists from different background have come up with 20 works to set up 'Random' - the fourth group exhibition by the members of Britto.

“error”, a collective effort of 13 young artists’ from different walks, a process-based project that emphasizes day-to-day collaboration among the artists to deal with different materials, found objects and ideas. The participants were encouraged to overlap, connect, contribute, transform, develop and create collectively on site for one month.
“error” rejoices the collective energy and sharing

"error" a month long project of Britto
Workshop: 1 - 31 January, 2016
Exhibition: 2 - 19 February, 2016

Participant:

Ali Asgar
Farah Naz Moon
Jewel A Rob
Juton Chandra Roy
ManikBonik
Md. Aminul Islam
RaselChowdhury
Rupam Roy
SadiaMarium
SanadBiswas
ShadmanShahid
Shimul Datta
Upoma Das

 

 


 

CROSS-CASTING a collateral exhibition of Britto at Dhaka Art Summit 2014 at BRITTO SPACE a contemporary art hub


FUND-ART 

BOOTH NO: H3-08
07 - 09 Feb 2014

A fund raising project to support and secure BRITTO’s FUTURE, where Britto members have contributed artworks within 6 x 6 inch that will be available at the booth.

Venue: Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy, Dhaka

SANA (South Asia Network for the Arts) Book Launch

07 February 2014 at 03:30-04:30pm

Venue: National Gallery Auditorium, 3rd floor

Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy, Dhaka

As a part of the worldwide Triangle Network, SANA includes – Britto Arts Trust, Bangladesh; KHOJ, India; VASL, Pakistan and Theertha, Sri Lanka.

Representatives from each network will be here in Dhaka.

Shimul Saha’s first solo exhibition responds to notions of dreams and the subconscious mind. Saha’s unique approach embodies sculpture, photography and the digital media. His works questions dreams and its psychological effects in relation to the physical world and objects from everyday life.

BRITTO SPACE a contemporary art hub presents its first solo exhibition Tangible & Intangible by Shimul Saha on Saturday 24 August at 6:30 pm. The show is curated by Mahbubur Rahman and supported by the Samdani Art Foundation. You are cordially invited.

The show will continue until 06 September 2013.
OPENING RECEPTION: 6:30 pm 24 August
OPEN: 3-8 pm everyday 

 

 

Britto Artists' Residency Programme 2012'

Talking Gandhi: Noakhali to Nowhere

A curated installation voyage and a performance project by Parnab Mukherjee

From June 22 to June 29, 2012 (Timings: 3pm to 8 pm, daily)
Performance: June 22, 6pm and June 23, 6pm

 

 As a parallel event of the 15th Asian Art Biennale, Bangladesh we are presenting OVERLAPPING, a collective project opening on 01 December 2012 at BRITTO SPACE a contemporary art hub. 

 

 

 

Curator: Mahbubur Rahman
Assistant Curator: Ayesha Sultana

Celebrating 10 years of Britto Arts Trust and the inaugural event of its new and permanent premises, BRITTO SPACE a contemporary art hub presented seleted works of artists from Britto projects and its members.


The curated exhibition titled SPACE addresses the abstract and physical sphere of the artists’ run initiative and its 10-year journey to breathe, validate and locate themselves in the Bangladeshi art context within their own alternative practices.

Opening: 30 March 2012
Duration: 30 March - 15 April 2012

Participants:

Khokan Chandra Sarker
Lucky Osman
Kabir Ahmed Masum Chisty
Tayeba Begum Lipi
Ashim Halder Sagor
Bishwajit Mazumder
Lutfun Nahar Liza
Salahuddin Khan Srabon
Yasmin Jahan Nupur
Shyamal Chandra Sarker
Anisuzzaman Sohel
Maynul Islam Paul
Promotesh Das Pulak
Manir Mrittik
Shulekha Chowdhury
Ayesha Sultana
Imran Hossain Piplu
Mahbubur Rahman
Mohammad Hasanur Rahman
Nasir Ahammed
Molla Sagar
Tarun Ghosh
Saiful Wadud Helal

 

Bangladesh Pavilion
54th International Art Exhibition la Biennale di Venezia

Title of the Exhibition: Parables

Participants:Promotesh Das Pulak, Kabir Ahmed Masum Chisty, Imran Hossain Piplu, Mahbubur Rahman and Tayeba Begum Lipi.

Commissioners: Tayeba Begum Lipi, Bangladesh & Fiona Biggiero, Italy.

Curators:  PaoloW.Tamburella & Mary Angela Schroth, Italy.

Honorary Commissioner: Mr. Masud Bin Momen, Ambassador to Bangladesh Embassy in Rome.

Venue:Gervasuti Foundation, Fondamenta S. Ana (Via Garibaldi) Castello 993, between Giardini & Arsenale.

Organization and Production: Britto Arts Trust, Bangladesh (www.brittoartstrust.org), Bengal Foundation, Bangladesh (www.bengalfoundation.org) and Gervasuti Foundation, Venice-London.

In collaboration with:Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Bangladesh,Embassy of Bangladesh in Italy,
Embassy of Italy in Bangladesh, Sala 1 Rome.

Supporters: Arts Collaboratory, Netherlands; Mohammed Ali, Bapari Hasham & Kazi A.Razzak, Sonda Srl Costruzioni Navali Associazione del Bangladesh Venezia.
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URL:www.venicebiennale-bangladeshpavilion.org

 

Presentation/ Talk:  India: Ayisha Abraham Bangladesh: Shaheen Rashid Indonesia: Krisna Murti  

Galleries:  National Art Gallery, Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy, Dhaka   Bengal Gallery, Dhaka.

Organization: Canada: SAVAC 

23-27 Oct


Artist:

Sloan Leblance-France

Diana Wesser- Germany

Surekha- India

Huma Mulji –Pakistan

Bani Abidi–Pakistan

Runa Islam-UK

Krisna Murti –Indonesia

Johan Thom –South Africa/UK

Cedric Maridet – France/Hong Kong

Yasmin Kabir- Bangladesh

Molla Sagar- Bangladesh

Mahbubur Rahman- Bangladesh

Tayeba Begam lipi- Bangladesh

Raihan Ahmed Rafi- Bangladesh

Kabir Ahmed Masum Chisty- Bangladesh

Imran Hossain Piplu- Bangladesh

 

Exhibition dates: 2-9 September 2008:

Gallery Kaya, Bengal Gallery & Drik gallery

 

List of the artists

1. Roohi Shafiq Ahmed- Pakistan

2. Waseem Ahmed- Pakistan

3. Thisath Thoradeniya.- Sri Lanka

4. Anura Krishantha,-Sri Lanka

5. Sujan Chitrakar- Nepal

6. Sunil Sigdel- Nepal

7. Susanta Mandal-India

8. Paula Sengupta-India

9. Alak Roy-Bangladesh

10. Niloofar Chaman- Bangladesh

11. Nisar Hossain- Bangladesh

12. Shishir Bhattacharjee- Bangladesh

13. Ahmed Nazir- Bangladesh

14. Amirul Rajiv- Bangladesh

15. Mahbubur Rahman- Bangladesh

16. Tayeba Begum Lipi- Bangladesh

17. Imran Hossain Piplu- Bangladesh

18. Kabir Ahmed Masum Chisty- Bangladesh

19. Abu Naser Robii- Bangladesh

20. Faisal Anwar- Pakistan

 

Venue:Gallery@NICA, Yangon, Myanmar.

Time: 14-27 Feb. 2004.

Participants: 11 artists from Dhaka.

1. Atia Islam Anne

2. Ronni Ahmed

3. Shishir Bhattacharjee

4. Mahbubur Rahman

5. Tayeba Begum Lipi

6. Salahuddin Khan Srabon

7. Sayedur Rahman

8. Fahmida Akther Kakoli

9. Sulekha Chaudhury]

10. Abdul Halim Chnachal

11. Mahmudur Rahman