Roy’s solo painting exhibition ends
By A Staff Reporter
Kathmandu, Jan 10: the five-day solo exhibition of Bangladeshi artist Uttam Kumar Roy ended on Tuesday.
It was his 11th solo exhibition of his paintings, his 4th international solo exhibition but 1st in Nepal. Earlier, he had organised all three international solo exhibitions in India.
Shyam Sundar Yadav of Mithila Yain Art Gallery, where the exhibition was held, said that more than 200 art lovers observed his paintings.
The exhibition named ‘Epic of Hunger’, which had 20 paintings on display, depicted the moving images of hunger and poverty in the underdeveloped countries.
Talking to The Rising Nepal, artist Roy said that in his ‘bread’ paintings, he depicted the plight and miserable condition of poor people who do not get even two meals a day.
“The exhibition of Roy’s paintings has provided a good opportunity for Nepali artists to see and learn his new painting techniques and styles,” Senior Nepali artist and art critic Ramesh Khanal said.
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