Artist Lutfa Mahmuda’s solo art exhibition titled Lily With No Water was held at two venues in Uzbekistan recently.
The artist’s artworks were displayed in two exhibitions held at the Bangladesh embassy in Tashkent and the Republican Specialised Art School in Uzbekistan.
The exhibition that was held at the Bangladesh embassy in Tashkent from April 30 to May 5, organised by the ministry of foreign affairs, featured Lutfa’s 15 artworks. On the other hand, the exhibition held at the Specialised Art School from May 10 to May 15, featured 20 artworks of the artist.
‘Under the same title “Lily With No Water”, my two exhibitions were held in Uzbekistan. The exhibitions received a good response from art enthusiasts,’ Lutfa Mahmuda told New Age.
Lutfa, who graduated from India’s Visva-Bharati University, has experimented with various mediums of art. She shared her experiences of taking masterclass at Republican Specialised Art School.
‘I took a masterclass at the Republican Specialised Art School. While taking the class, I noticed that our art forms are quite new to them. They also showed interest in learning our art form. I enjoyed it a lot,’ mentioned Lutfa Mahmuda.
She also spoke about her upcoming venture.
‘I am looking forward to practising art in Europe,’ she concluded.
Source: New AGEBD