Kazi Ghiyasuddin: Sound of Nature

Mar-Apr, 2012

Kazi Ghiyasuddin left his native Bangladesh for Japan in 1975. His intricate patterns form vast, stratified landscapes which require careful observation, for they never are what they seem at first. Japanese techniques of oil painting add a certain texture to Ghiyasuddin abstractions, in which viewers who accept to lose themselves and to wander through them will encounter primitive motives and colour planes that evoke lost worlds and buried experiences.

Bengal Art lounge, Dhaka