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An exhibition of contemporary art (Dis)Place, has been inaugurated on Friday at Korean Cultural Center, New Delhi, India. Director of the center, Kim Kum-pyoung inaugurated the exhibition, while director of FICA, Vidya Shivadas was also present at the event.
The exhibition is jointly supported by Bengal Arts Programme, Korean Cultural Center India and FICA (The Foundation for India Contemporary Art). It presents the works of 10 artists and 1 research collective from Bangladesh.
Participating artists and research collective are Bengal Institute for Architecture, Landscapes and Settlements; Shahidul Alam; Tayeba Begum Lipi; Ronni Ahmmed; Najmun Nahar Keya; Afsana Sharmin Zhumpa; Shimul Saha; Zihan Karim; Sarker Protick; Sayed Asif Mahmud; Shamsul Arifin.
(Dis)Place is supported by the Korean Cultural Center through a grant for curatorial proposals ‘from India and other SAARC Countries’.
The exhibition will continue until 22 February, 2019 at Korean Cultural Center in India, 25-A Ring Rd, Lajpat Nagar – IV, New Delhi, India.