“I want to forget what I have learnt. In principle, I just follow my instinct. In the process, I try and experience each and everything that connect to my visual interactions. Art to me is a tool, which encourages me to celebrate life. I am not concerned about any particular style; because I believe artworks have a timeless dimension. When a work of art becomes fetishzed, it dies. I create art to feel alive to explore possibilities. I am not a prisoner I am an artist, for gods sake.”
Nazia Andaleeb Preema on the occasion of 14th solo art exposition at Bengal Art Lounge, 60 Gulshan Avenue, Gulshan 2. The exhibition will be help from May 4th until May 13th.
Nazia Andaleeb Preema, born 1974, in Dhaka, Bangladesh is a prolific and one of the prominent visual artist of Bangladesh right now. Along with 14 solo expositions in home and abroad she enriched her career by participating 5 Asian Art Biennale, 2 Tashkent Biennale, Istanbul Biennale, Venice International Art Expo(2011-2012), Sarjah Biennale (2009) including prestigious art fairs all over the world. Her curatorial projects include several large-scale international expositions (USA, UK, France, Morocco) featuring Art of Bangladesh in global art platforms.