Published on 14 October, 2015 in Open Magazine “The monstrous presence of the decaying, dying ships on the shores of Chittagong in Bangladesh appear in sharp contrast to the people working there who seem like Lilliputians in front of the …Read more..
Posted on 6 October, 2015 on ArtSlant “How do objects “end” their “lives”? Where do they go to die? How does an object have this presence beyond the monumental, a soul that is passing through time and place? Can both …Read more..
Shumon AHmed When dead ships travel 30 September – 7 November, 2015 Born in Dhaka, Bangladesh, Shumon Ahmed works in various media – video, photography, text, sound, installation and performance. He has previously exhibited at the Whitechapel Gallery in London …Read more..
Published in the Autumn 2015 issue of ArtReview Asia Shumon Ahmed, at Project 88, Mumbai, 30 September – 7 November Related to that, Dhaka-based photographic artist Shumon Ahmed’s projects turn around the less-seen or overlooked – a Guantánamo Bay detainee …Read more..
Posted on January 20, 2015 in Verve Magazine Is nature slowly becoming man-made? – This concern runs in many minds of today’s generation. And exploring this idea are several artists participating in a group show titled Earth Bound. ‘In a moment …Read more..