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Pathshala, the Tree of Knowledge

Apart from my long friendship with Shahidul who had invited me to be ‘the first teacher’ at the Pathshala photography institute, I admired the name he had given it. Pathshala evokes the idea of a school set under a tree in the common imagination. However, in the East as we know it, the reality of this teaching resides in an apprenticeship integrated with nature, the environment, part of a relationship with the world around us.

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Photography in all its incarnations is a universal and individual mode of expression whose role in the 21st century is crucial. I rediscovered Bangladesh when, the first day of my arrival, I reviewed the portfolios of the top students. As the images do not betray the inherent truth of the person who captured it and for us they are the open books in which I read easily the personality of the photographer, in each of these portfolios, I saw the potential of a thinker, a philosopher, a poet, a revolutionary. They all have a common passion that I share with them: to use images to connect oneself to the rest of the world, to be heard and to open a dialogue with the world, with the ultimate goal being to contribute to a better future for humanity.

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Ever since then, the symbolic branches of the Pathshala tree beneath which these students have gathered have spread and multiplied. Indeed, since then, these students have gone on to win a great number of international photography awards, their photographs have been exhibited in the most prestigious exhibition spaces, and have been selected in festivals. Of course their various visual intentions have won the admiration of visitors and professionals the world over. They have participated with their work to spread knowledge about their country and the things that matter, to a wide international audience. But, and this is the most important, these branches of the tree which have grown have in no way cast a shadow on the new apprentices of photography. On the contrary, each of the first students has in turn become a teacher. The wheel of transmission of knowledge turns inexorably and fulfills its destiny.

Reza Deghati

Paris 24 July 2009

With the Wind Against Your Face

There is little as pleasurable as being surprised by one’s students. The role of a teacher never used to be simply about providing information. In the new media age, where Google, wikis and online libraries are primary repositories of information, a teacher plays an even more different role. Our job is to open windows, encourage free-thinking, nurture curiosity and creativity. Hopefully to inspire passion.

It is not an easy path either for the teacher or the students. It requires trust, mutual respect, the ability to let go and freedom in both directions to explore, falter, and to reinvent oneself. Self-questioning is an essential ingredient of the process, a practice rarely found, and even less valued.

So to find students who have produced work that is not only original, but which questions one’s own practice, and does so provocatively and well, is the breath of fresh air that every musty classroom needs. There is no stronger disinfectant than fresh ideas. No stronger work ethic than to stretch oneself to the limit of one’s ability. No greater pleasure than to take flight into uncharted territory, without a parachute.

Dream within boundaries: some real memories

The earth beneath is firm, the stick held by the hand is strong, the dry leaves on the floor are uprooted, and HER shadow distanced from HER home… Once an inhabitant of Srinagar, Bikrampur; 93 years old, Anjuman Begum lives now at this old age home. And she ponders over the word, “home.”… Anjuman Begum says strongly, “I want my body buried here; in this old age home. I have made my funeral preparations as well.” She had sighed before she left, ‘unfortunate!’

Pathshala’s culture has been steeped in the documentary tradition. Classical styles of storytelling. Linear narratives interjected with powerful narratives. Strong stories powerfully told, often in black and white, but also based on a black and white value system, where the evil is identifiable, monolithic. Where the fence is clearly defined. An individual’s role unambiguous.

This has been both the strength and the weakness of our practice. Talented students have done remarkably well, using this tried and tested method. Their achievements at an international level has been unprecedented. They have been the torch bearers of Bangladeshi photography and this remarkable school. But their success has also created the boundaries that the next generation of photographers must overcome. Success is emulated. Styles are copied. Peers glide in the slipstreams.

It is this history that makes these particular bodies of work stand out. In the face of such a strong tradition of classical humanistic photography, the students in this collective have tried to find their own space. As in all explorations, the level of success varies. As in all unmapped journeys, different destinations are reached. As in all experiments, the outcomes are unpredictable. It is this diversity of practice that excites me the most. The baggage is still there, and strong influences must not be rejected merely because they exist. But it is the ability to peer over the cliff. The urge to walk on wobbly pebbles. The confidence to shun the obvious that I feel we must celebrate.

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Land of the Free

The real school is life itself. These little boats of creativity will be battered by many jagged rocks, some will disappear in the sea. But these brave sailors I believe will survive. For they have learnt the movement of the tides, have studied the prevailing winds, and know how to map their paths by the light of the stars.

I have no way of knowing where they will find themselves, but am happy in the knowledge that they also have strong wings.

Shahidul Alam

Dhaka, 22nd July 2009

Opening of Exhibition: Perspectives

Pathshala takes great pleasure in inviting you to its annual exhibition and certificate giving ceremony on Friday, the 7th of August 2009 at 5pm. The event will take place at Drik Gallery, Dhaka.

Nobel Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus will inaugurate the exhibition as the chief guest. Senior photographers Mr. Bijon Sarkar and Mr. Naibuddin Ahmed will grace the event as the guests of honour. The photographic exhibition Perspectives comprises bodies of work by Pathshala’s graduating students. It portrays life on a bigger canvas with interpretations of faith, dreams, stigma, class diversity, social injustice and cultural changes.

A photo book Perspectives by the graduating students will also be launched at this event.

The exhibition will remain open for all till 12th August 2009,

3 pm to 9 pm every day

Thanks to Aviva Cashmira Kakar, Naghma Imdad and Estelle Eonnet for translations, and to World Press Photo Foundation and Chris Boot for helping kick-start the process way back on the 18th December 1998.

Shahidul Alam’s Masterclass in Shantou

The opening was a great success, but also a tearful affair. After an intensive workshop it was time for us to part. But in Bangla you never say goodbye, you say ‘ashi’ (I’ll come again).

Bai Xi, who along with Ming helped me run the workshop, hugging me goodbye at the exhibition in Shantou Public Library. Bai Xi, who along with Ming helped me run the workshop, hugging me goodbye at the exhibition in Shantou Public Library.

Wen Jie comes to his neighbor and friend, Zhou Jinhan’s home at noon, and prepare to go out to find jobs together. Zhou, 19, also has not finished his high school, and he lost job for right-sizing. Dave

Wen Jie comes to his neighbor and friend, Zhou Jinhan’s home at noon, and prepare to go out to find jobs together. Zhou, 19, also has not finished his high school, and he lost job for right-sizing. © Dave

The 11-year-old boy Wang Xin Xin has stayed here for three years.When he was 7 years old, his parents had heard that here in Shantou there was a school which trained Ma Lin, Liu Guozheng to elite athletes. Although Shantou was really far from their hometown, they still send their son to the school. Du Yi Fang When he was 7 years old Wang Xin Xin’s parents had heard that here in Shantou there was a school which trained Ma Lin, Liu Guozheng to elite athletes. Although Shantou was really far from their hometown, they still send their son to the school. © Du Yi Fang

Migrant workers in Shantou. At night, the mother, a cleaner at a hospital, takes her children to the market. She earns 900 yuan per month. Every morning at 5 o'clock, rides her bicycle to work. Leah Wong

Migrant workers in Shantou. At night, the mother, a cleaner at a hospital, takes her children to the market. She earns 900 yuan per month. Every morning at 5 o’clock, rides her bicycle to work. © Leah Wong

Animal experiments often disregard animal rights. On the other hand, the experiments have led to cures for many human illnesses. Workers at an animal experimental laboratory, recognise the dilemma. A scientist, strokes a mouse used for experiments. Zhang Zeng Le Animal experiments often disregard animal rights. On the other hand, the experiments have led to cures for many human illnesses. Workers at an animal experimental laboratory, recognise the dilemma. A scientist, strokes a mouse used for experiments. © Zhang Zeng Le

Principal Yin gathered 1.6 million to build the school. Every year, the rent of these old house costs 200 thousand. The school can barely make ends meet, but principal Yin insists on paying his teachers well. Leah Liu

Principal Yin gathered 1.6 million to build the school. Every year, the rent of these old house costs 200 thousand. The school can barely make ends meet, but principal Yin insists on paying his teachers well. © Leah Liu

At times when society is riddled with corruption. The lotus is called the 'gentlemen's flower and remains a symbol of peace and purity. Chen Yao At times when society is riddled with corruption. The lotus is called the ‘gentlemen’s flower and remains a symbol of peace and purity. © Chen Yao

Xu Yaxiong is a student of Shantou Table Tennis School. He is from Jiangxi. His working class parents have led him to migrate successively to Shanghai and Shantou, in the hope that success in table tennis will lead him to a better future. Imperceptibly, the parents' destiny is decided through the child's destiny. Huben Xu Yaxiong is a student of Shantou Table Tennis School. He is from Jiangxi. His working class parents have led him to migrate successively to Shanghai and Shantou, in the hope that success in table tennis will lead him to a better future. Imperceptibly, the parents’ destiny is decided through the child’s destiny. © Huben

In Jinsha road , one used plastic bag lies discarded on the sidewalk while another drifts in the wind. For the two plastic bags, their pollution to the environment has just begun. Ke Xiao In Jinsha road , one used plastic bag lies discarded on the sidewalk while another drifts in the wind. For the two plastic bags, their pollution to the environment has just begun. © Ke Xiao

Monks are also common people. They have happiness, sorrow, anguish, disappointment, anger, lure and pride. There is no painless way of being a male religious living in a cloister and devoting himself to contemplation and prayer. The tree at this temple is a symbol of both their struggle and their strength. Kira Monks are also common people. They have happiness, sorrow, anguish, disappointment, anger, lure and pride. There is no painless way of being a male religious living in a cloister and devoting himself to contemplation and prayer. The tree at this temple is a symbol of both their struggle and their strength. © Kira

The dust-ridden old-fashioned camera trundled by photographer Wang Bidong, leads us to look back at 60 years of memory bound to “Youth” photo studio.  Howie The dust-ridden old-fashioned camera trundled by photographer Wang Bidong, leads us to look back at 60 years of memory bound to “Youth” photo studio. © Howie

Cai is the village doctor. His clinic is only 10 square meter large, sometimes it doesn't have enough room for his patients. Zhao Yan

Liu Jiansheng, 45, comes from Ganzhou Jiangxi Province, now he lives in Jinlong village in Tuopu Town of Shantou city. When he was a child, a doctor gave him the wrong injection which led to his disability. He doesn’t ask for help from anyone, but works as a mechanic to feed his family. © Leila

With man's encroachment into their natural habitat, these birds are facing extinction. Zheng Kang Hua

With man’s encroachment into their natural habitat, these birds are facing extinction. © Zheng Kang Hua

Shantou Special School for the Deaf and Dumb is the only special school in the east of Guangdong. Fang Zhunjin clears his baggage after returning from the Qingming Festival, while WuWenyao who lives in the same dormitory is talking with Fang. Wu’s mother helps Fang tidy his bed. Pure

Shantou Special School for the Deaf and Dumb is the only special school in the east of Guangdong. Fang Zhunjin clears his baggage after returning from the Qingming Festival. © Pure

Cai is the village doctor. His clinic is only 10 square meter large, sometimes it doesn't have enough room for his patients. © Zhao Yan Cai is the village doctor. His clinic is only 10 square meter large, sometimes it doesn’t have enough room for his patients. © Zhao Yan

Abir Abdullah wins first prize

Tabriz International Photo Contest on the Unity of Muslims

abir-friday-prayer Friday Prayers. © Abir Abdullah

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International Color Awards

World Photographic Arts Corporation Ltd. UK

Child labour in Bangladesh

Child labour in Bangladesh

AKASH GMB – Bangladesh

Munir uz zaman  in the Guardian

Khulna, Bangladesh: Honey collectors offer prayers on their boat as they travel to collect honey from the Sundarbans.  Munir Uz Zaman/AFP/Getty Images Khulna, Bangladesh: Honey collectors offer prayers on their boat as they travel to collect honey from the Sundarbans. © Munir Uz Zaman/AFP/Getty Images

Dhaka, Bangladesh: Firefighters rescue an injured woman from a slum. More than a hundred shanties were destroyed after a blaze raged through the district. Munir Uz Zaman/AFP/Getty Dhaka, Bangladesh: Firefighters rescue an injured woman from a slum. More than a hundred shanties were destroyed after a blaze raged through the district. © Munir Uz Zaman/AFP/Getty

Dhaka, Bangladesh: Portrait photographers Mohammed Forid (L) and his brother Sofder Ali wait for customers at their shop. Munir Uz Zaman/AFP/Getty Images Dhaka, Bangladesh: Portrait photographers Mohammed Forid (L) and his brother Sofder Ali wait for customers at their shop. © Munir Uz Zaman/AFP/Getty Images


Munem Wasif at Mall Galleries London

Prix Pictet Commission:

Salt Tears: Lives Left Behind in Satkhira, Bangladesh

Mall Galleries, London
9 – 21 March 2009

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Young children look for small fish in the mud. Vamia, Satkhira. 2008

The land bears the footprints of each of the women journeying for water. Patrakhola, Satkhira. 2008 The land bears the footprints of each of the women journeying for water. Patrakhola, Satkhira. 2008

In 2008 Pictet supported one of the projects of the UK charity WaterAid, who work in the developing world to help communities gain access to clean water, safe water, sanitation and hygiene education.

A mother rests with her daughter. Kashipur, Satkhira. 2009 A mother rests with her daughter. Kashipur, Satkhira. 2009

WaterAid is currently working on a number of projects in Bangladesh where over 65 million of the total population of 140 million have no access to basic sanitation. In association with Pictet’s support for WaterAid, the Prix Pictet 2008 shortlisted artist, Munem Wasif, was commissioned to visit the Satkhira region of south-west Bangladesh, where there are severe water issues.

Cows paddle through water in search of pasture. Bolabaria, Satkhira. 2009 Cows paddle through water in search of pasture. Bolabaria, Satkhira. 2009

In Satkhira every year thousands of people die from easily preventable water related diseases. As a result of climate change and unplanned shrimp farming, the area experiences frequent natural disasters, erratic rainfall and a steady increase in the salinity of the water table.

Shajhan Siraj and his brothers push boats through low tide into the sea. The boats are filled with fresh water which they have collected inland. It takes the brothers up to three hours to make the journey each day. Datinakhali, Satkhira. 2008 Shajhan Siraj and his brothers push boats through low tide into the sea. The boats are filled with fresh water which they have collected inland. It takes the brothers up to three hours to make the journey each day. Datinakhali, Satkhira. 2008

Established structures of work and societies centred on work have largely broken down. Farmers are reduced to occasional labour and many people have to travel huge distances to find fresh water, fish and housing materials, all of which used to be available closer to home. In so doing they expose themselves to a terrifying array of risks, including attacks from dog sharks and king cobras to, ironically, the endangered Bengal tiger.

Golpata collectors settle after work in the middle of the river near Sunderban. Increased salinity from shrimp cultivation has forced traditional fishermen to abandon their families and seek a long term livelihood in Sunderban. Sunderban, Satkhira. 2009 Golpata collectors settle after work in the middle of the river near Sunderban. Increased salinity from shrimp cultivation has forced traditional fishermen to abandon their families and seek a long term livelihood in Sunderban. Sunderban, Satkhira. 2009

For the Prix Pictet Commission Munem Wasif travelled many miles through Satkhira and deep into the forests of Sunderban. There he met the people, made their journeys and listened to their stories. Shown at the Mall Galleries for the first time, the resulting images are a searing yet sensitive call to action.

A quest for water. Bolabaria, Satkhira. 2009 A quest for water. Bolabaria, Satkhira. 2009

See all Images from the Commission

Listen to Munem Wasif interview with Mark Coles on The Strand,
BBC World Service’s daily arts programme. 17/03/09

The photo series “Requiem For Freedom” taken by Masud Alam Liton wins the bronze prize in Daily Life Stories in the 5th China International Press Photo (CHIPP) Contest held in Shanghai, China, from March 20 to 25, 2009.

Welcome to Heaven. A grils greetings to a new client at Brothel.

on doulodia brothel there are so many girl living as a sex worker, some of them under eighteen and totally forbidden to show their identity to outside of brothel.

A large numbers of sex workers have children of their own or ‘adopt’ other children, by way of confirming a relationship with a regular client.

Marriage in the brothel does not necessarily imply setting up house with a man; rather, it is often a way of confirming a relationship with a regular client.

Religious occasions from different religions are celebrated with equal enthusiasm. Such celebrations normally take place within the confines of the brothel, since its inhabitants are not welcome in public places of worship. Here a feast is being cooked, which will later be distributed at a saint’s mausoleum.

The photo series “Child Labour in Bangladesh” taken by G.M.B.Akash wins the silver prize in Daily Life Stories in the 5th China International Press Photo (CHIPP) Contest held in Shanghai, China, from March 20 to 25, 2009.

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The photo series “Tuberculosis (TB) In Bangladesh” taken by Amdadul Huq wins the excellence prize in General News Stories in the 5th China International Press Photo (CHIPP) Contest held in Shanghai, China, from March 20 to 25, 2009.


Silver winner of 5th China Int’l Press Photo Contest in Nature & Environment Stories category — “Life Along the Coastline,” Saiful Huq Omi Khondoker.

Other Pathshala winners:

My recent workshop in Mumbai

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Munem Wasif on cover of Colors Magazine

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Munir uz Zaman in BBC, Guardian, Time and Independent

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Time Magazine

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Independent

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Guardian

Saiful Huq Omi in New York Times

Siltation to rescue of Bangladesh. Saiful Huq Omi


Alexia Foundation Student Awards

Khaled Hasan wins award of excellence at Alexia Foundation Student Contest

Pathshala in Montage

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Abir Abdullah in jury of China International Press Photo Contest CHIPP

Workshop by Philip Blenkinsop

The celebrated photographer Philip Blenkinsop of Noor Agency is currently conducting a workshop for students of Oslo University College (OUC) and Pathshala. This is the fourth time that Students of OUC led by their teacher Per Anders Rosenkvist are doing their course on international photojournalism at Pathshala. After a short intensive workshop, the students from the two countries team up to produce photo essays in various parts of Bangladesh. This year OUC students will also be participating in Chobi Mela workshops. Another Noor photographer Kadir van Lohuizen will be showing his work Diamond Matters at Chobi Mela V. Thanks to Gary Knight of the agency VII for linking us up with Philip, and to Claudia Hinterseer, the managing director of Noor, for facilitating Kadir’s show.

Footwear of Bangladeshi and Norwegian students outside the classroom of Pathshala where Philip Blenkinsop is conducting a class. Shahidul Alam/Drik/Majority World
Footwear of Bangladeshi and Norwegian students outside the classroom of Pathshala where Philip Blenkinsop is conducting a class. © Shahidul Alam/Drik/Majority World

Saiful Huq Omi finalist in 2009 Aftermath Project Grant

Omi’s proposal was to produce a body of work on the Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh. Selected images from Omi’s submitted portfolio (not from the Rohingya project) follow:

Jossna Ara Begum had everything Ð a husband, and some arable land. One night   the river swallowed everything Ð the house, the land, and  all the  belongings. Her husband left home to find work and never came  back. Everyday when she looks at her four starving children, Jossna

Jossna Ara Begum had everything Ð a husband, and some arable land. One night the river swallowed everything Ð the house, the land, and all the belongings. Her husband left home to find work and never came back. Everyday when she looks at her four starving children, Jossna wants to commit suicide. © Saiful Huq Omi

"We are a family of ten members- my parents and eight of our brothers and sisters. Before the attack, I used to work at the graveyard with my father. My father is a caretaker of a government owned graveyard. Though even before the attack, me and my father didnÕt earn decent enough, we knew at least we wonÕt starve to death. Now, without me as an earning member, sometimes we do not have enough money to eat three times a day" says Rajib.

“We are a family of ten members- my parents and eight of our brothers and sisters. Before the attack, I used to work at the graveyard with my father. My father is a caretaker of a government owned graveyard. Though even before the attack, me and my father didn’t earn decent enough, we knew at least we wonÕt starve to death. Now, without me as an earning member, sometimes we do not have enough money to eat three times a day” says Rajib. © Saiful Huq Omi

I sometimes sit in the dispensary .Helping people in their bad times is the ultimate religion . Is there any better religion than that ?Ó -says Wadud.

“Our community does a lot of voluntary work. Hundreds of people come to us for homeopathy treatment. I also had training: I sometimes sit in the dispensary. Helping people in their bad times is the ultimate religion. Is there any better religion than that ?” -says Wadud. © Saiful Huq Omi

GMB Akash wins four prizes in The Visual Cultural Awards

1) Award of Excellence, in Photographic Essay category

At least 10,000 people, including 2,500 women and over 1,000 children, are engaged in stone and sand collection from the Bhollar Ghat on the banks of the Piyain River. At dawn hundreds of barefooted CHILD laborers with spades, strainers and dhoolies (baskets to filter out rocks from the rubble of stones and pebbles) gather at Bolla Ghat. In recent years the rubble is dug out from the river bed (10 to 20 feet below the waterÕs surface) by hydraulic excavators. Even two years ago the laborers used to collect the mixture of stones and pebbles from the same depth (as today) of the river bed with a bucket. A deep breath held for one minute helped them to acquire one basket of stones. Today they earn the same amount of money but with much less effort. A laborer here earns only 50-100 taka per day (1 USD = 70 TAKA)

At least 10,000 people, including 2,500 women and over 1,000 children, are engaged in stone and sand collection from the Bhollar Ghat on the banks of the Piyain River. At dawn hundreds of barefooted CHILD laborers with spades, strainers and dhoolies (baskets to filter out rocks from the rubble of stones and pebbles) gather at Bolla Ghat. In recent years the rubble is dug out from the river bed (10 to 20 feet below the waterÕs surface) by hydraulic excavators. Even two years ago the laborers used to collect the mixture of stones and pebbles from the same depth (as today) of the river bed with a bucket. A deep breath held for one minute helped them to acquire one basket of stones. Today they earn the same amount of money but with much less effort. A laborer here earns only 50-100 taka per day (1 USD = 70 TAKA) © GMB Akash

2) Award of Excellence in Photographic Story category

A sex worker with her baby. The men who have sired children here only rarely come back behind these curtains. October 2006.

A sex worker with her baby. The men who have sired children here only rarely come back behind these curtains. October 2006. © GMB Akash

3) Gold in Photographic Essay category

Jainal works in silver cooking pot factory. He is 11 Years old. He has been working in this silver cooking pot making factory for three years. His work start at 9 am and end at 6pm.for his work he gets 700 taka (10 usd) for a month. His parents are so poor and they can not afford to Send him to school. According to the factory owner, the parents do not Care for their children. They send their kids to work for money. They even don't fell sorry for these small kids. And they have five/six children in one family.

Jainal works in silver cooking pot factory. He is 11 Years old. He has been working in this silver cooking pot making factory for three years. His work start at 9 am and end at 6pm.for his work he gets 700 taka (10 usd) for a month. His parents are so poor and they can not afford to send him to school. According to the factory owner, the parents do not care for their children. They send their kids to work for money. They even don’t fell sorry for these small kids. And they have five/six children in one family. © GMB Akash

4) the top honour of Visual Maker of the Year

As a result of being awarded Visual Maker of the Year, he will have a solo exhibition at the Charleston Center for Photography in South Carolina, USA starting January 15th, 2009.

The myth of freedom in Western societies

by Lino Hellings

The artist Lino Hellings from Netherlands is going give a lecture on ‘The myth of freedom in Western societies.’ on Tuesday, 25th of November 2008 at Pathshala. The session will start at 6:00pm. Everybody related to Pathshala is invited to the event.

Lino Helling at Asiatic Lounge in Gulshan. Shahidul Alam/Drik/Majority World
Lino Helling at Asiatic Lounge in Gulshan. © Shahidul Alam/Drik/Majority World

Thanking you all,

Rezaul Karim
Pathshala.

A Short Brief on Lino Hellings:

Lino Hellings has been an artist in public space for 33 years. Public space in Europe has gone through major changes in that timespan. Lino will show examples of her work which will illustrate the changing relation between people and their environments.

Lino has come to Bangladesh and more specified to DRIK to do research about her new plan. The start of a worldwide erroristnetwork. If you go to the website: www.errorist.net, you will find her experiences so far.

New work:

Portfolio

Weblog process of the work

Theory:

Projects: and

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Final Presentation by Pathshala and Bjerkely Students

Dear Tutors and Students,

It is a pleasure to inform you that the Final Presentation of the participating students from Pathshala and Bjerkely will be held on the 22nd and 23rd of November 2008 from 2.00pm to 8.30pm at Alliance Francaise auditorium (1st floor), 26 Mirpur Road, Dhanmondi, Dhaka-1205. Our 2nd year and 3rd year students will not have any classes on next Saturday and Sunday because of this presentation. It is expected that all 2nd and 3rd year students will attend the presentation programme.

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We request you to attend this presentation and share your ideas.

Yours sincerely,

Joseph Rozario
Administrative Manager

Pathshala-South Asian Institute of Photography

16 Panthapath, Sukrabad, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

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