Bangladesh, 40 years later

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Date: 16 December 2011

Time: 11 am (BD time, GMT + 6:00)

Venue: Drik, House 58, Road 15 A Dhanmondi, Dhaka 1209

Live Streaming: http://www.drik.tv

Drik and Photographers for Hope cordially invite you to a media briefing and the launch of the mobile exhibition Bangladesh, 40 years later by 13 photographers from around the world, led by the legendary American photographer David Burnett.

On this 40th anniversary of Victory Day, the exhibition photographs are a snapshot of today’s Bangladesh, and reflect how the country and its citizens have progressed in the last four decades. The stories are of a resilient people – ones of hardship, success, challenges and triumphs.

Photographers for Hope is a group of photographers who hope their images can help promote the power of social change. Do join us and meet the photographers:

Brice Blondel, France; David Burnett, USA; Sarah Bones, USA; Matteo Cardin, Italy; Elaine Chen-Fernandez, Hong Kong; Patricia Goldschmid, Switzerland; Ben Moldenhauer, Germany; Rupert Grey, United Kingdom; Marcella Marer, Brazil; Katarina Premfors, Sweden; Sebastian Stange, Germany; Antoine Tardy, France; Anna Wang, China.

See also: Photographers for Hopehttp://photographersforhope.org/

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/pages/Photographers-for-Hope/160471693964928 ;

Drik: http://drik.net

Programme

Exhibition will tour Dhaka city during16-22 December, 2011

16 December, 2011

11:00am Launch at Drik (Speech by David Burnett, other participating photographers, Pathshala representative, US Embassy representative)

11:30am Rickshaw vans start for Dhaka University.

12:30pm The convoy will be stationed at in front of the Art Institute (next to public library)

18:00 The convoy returns

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