In the initiative of CPVA, the inauguration ceremony of the 5-day photography exhibition of the famous photographer and artist Mouidul Alam’s ‘My Love: Hriday Bangladesh’ photography album and the opening ceremony of the exhibition was held on November 2 at the Shilpakala Academy Gallery Auditorium in the city. Prominent art critic Abul Mansur, eminent columnist and eminent columnist and professor Ferdous Ara Alim, former Vice Chancellor of poet Nazrul University Prof Mohit Ul Alam, Chairman of Bangla Division of Chittagong University, Professor Mahibul Aziz and joint secretary, story writer, poet and journalist Mr. Zeit Chowdhury. At the beginning, welcome speech was given to CPVA Shishist photographer Basil Shil President of Chittagong Photographic Society Moinun Anam, Vice President Anis Barua, General Secretary Ahmed Rasel and President of Expansion Alam Khorshed spoke on the occasion. The speakers said that photographer Mdudul Alam is a foster photographer. He has long gone for a long time in Bangladesh, in remote areas, in the forest, in the hills, on the ground floor of the camera. And he watched the scenes of Bangla in different ways. Today’s exhibition and published album is the result of his sincerity, thinking and hard work. At the moment, photographer Mdudul Alam highlighted various experiences of his long experience in photography. Describe the aims and objectives of establishing the organization of photography activities in Father of Art, Father of Art, motivation of family literature, elderly people. He also studied art and literature in collaboration with photographic studies and called upon the young photographers to continue integrating this industry with quality, timely and continuing engagement with the world. The guests inaugurated the exhibition at the end of the album packing. Saiful Islam has performed the show.
It is to be noted that, on Friday, 2 November, a 5-day photographic exhibition of photographer Mdudul Alam was started at District Art Academy Gallery. It has 50 photographs in it. The exhibition will be open for all general public from 4pm to 9pm every afternoon