- ArtistsAnisuzzaman [portfolio cat=41 column=3 link=image max=3] Ariful Islam [portfolio cat=40 column=4 link=image max=4] Asem Ansari [portfolio cat=44 column=4 link=image max=4] Fareha Zeba [portfolio cat=45 column=4 link=image max=4] Kanak Chanpa [portfolio cat=39 column=4 link=image max=4] Maksuda Iqbal Nipa [portfolio cat=36 column=2 link=image max=2] Mohammad Iqbal [portfolio cat=34 column=4 link=image max=4] Nazmul Haque Bappy [portfolio cat=38 column=4 link=image max=4] Nasreen Begum [portfolio cat=4 column=4 link=image max=4] Ranjit Das [portfolio cat=33 column=3 link=image max=3] Saidul Haque Juise [portfolio cat=42 column=1 link=image max=1] Shulekha Chaudhury [portfolio cat=35 column=1 link=image max=1] Sumon Kumar Baidya [portfolio cat=37 column=4 link=image max=4] Zeba R. [portfolio cat=43 column=1 link=image max=1]
- AboutArtist Trekker is a gallery without walls. It is the context that gives art a deeper meaning. It is the satisfaction of getting that perfect piece of art from the other end of the world without stepping on a plane. It is our trek to find artists, infused with culture and history, set against a back-drop of breathtaking art. How Artist Trekker Works The Virtual Gallery Artist Trekker wants South Asian art to be accessible. This website is its virtual gallery, here visitors can browse our current collection of some of the best contemporary fine art from Bangladesh. To know more about any of the artwork, please email us. The Story: Art, Artist, and History Artist Trekker wants to share the stories behind the art. To provide context. To do this, we work hard not just to provide information about the artwork, but also the artists, and even the art movement. We build a sense of community by encouraging people to share their thoughts. The Exhibitions Most importantly, Artist Trekker wants everyone to physically see the beautifully intricate artwork. So we hold regular exhibitions at some of the best galleries in the Greater Boston Area, where we invite art lovers…
Congratulations to our artist Mohammad Iqbal, who on May 26th, 2011 had a solo painting exhibition titled Unknown Faces at Gallery Chayamachi in Osaka, Japan. Here are the pictures of the beautiful work at an elegant space.