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Azizee Fawmi Khan

Largely using female imagery, Azizee experiments with bold traits of color conjuring expressionist language, sometimes with traditional rickshaw painting. Her experiments focus on her subject’s struggle and strength, beauty and absence of it.

Azizee has been participating in varities of art competition and group exhibitions. Among the competitions she has participated, 18th Asian Art Biennale, 2018 and 20th- 21st Young Artist Exhibition, Bangladesh, 2016- 2018 has played an important role in highlighting her potential to both artist and patron community. Her group exhibition experience is quite interesting as most of them are slightly unconventional in nature. Like King kortobyo Group exhibition at Café Mango, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Besides being a capable artist as an individual, she has developed the intention of working with curators and collaborating with other artists as a group. Immensity Student Art Project, curated by Biswajit Goswami is her first experience of being a part of curated workshop and exhibition.

“Colours, textures, women, beauty and the absence of it… these have been keeping my mind busy for a while… And I definitely enjoy painting them.”

Azizee Fawmi Khan

Largely using female imagery, Azizee experiments with bold traits of color conjuring expressionist language, sometimes with traditional rickshaw painting. Her experiments focus on her subject’s struggle and strength, beauty and absence of it.

Azizee has been participating in varities of art competition and group exhibitions. Among the competitions she has participated, 18th Asian Art Biennale, 2018 and 20th- 21st Young Artist Exhibition, Bangladesh, 2016- 2018 has played an important role in highlighting her potential to both artist and patron community. Her group exhibition experience is quite interesting as most of them are slightly unconventional in nature. Like King kortobyo Group exhibition at Café Mango, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Besides being a capable artist as an individual, she has developed the intention of working with curators and collaborating with other artists as a group. Immensity Student Art Project, curated by Biswajit Goswami is her first experience of being a part of curated workshop and exhibition.

“Colours, textures, women, beauty and the absence of it… these have been keeping my mind busy for a while… And I definitely enjoy painting them.”

For ‘EK KODOM’, she personifies Dhaka – the grey capital of this colourful country. Explores human tendencies of its inhabitants and tries to portray their reality through bold traits. She blends elements of traditional Rickshaw Painting to this expressionist language recreating her own representation of Aesop’s Fables. Because in this self-destructive environment in the name of progress, among the pretentious crowd of blind “trend” followers –  in the end, as Aesop says, ‘a tiger remains a tiger, so does a crow’.