Ashique Hossain from India has been announced as the nominated photographer for the 'AURA 2024 - International Photography & Art Exhibition'. This prestigious event, an initiative by Retro Kolkata Magazine, is set to grace the cultural landscape of Kolkata at Nazrul Tirtha, Newtown, from January 13 to January 21, 2024.
The event schedule is meticulously planned, with the art exhibition taking place from January 13 to January 15, followed by the photography exhibition from January 18 to January 20. The grand finale will be a felicitation ceremony on January 21, where artists and photographers will be honored for their contributions.
Ashique Hossain, by his own admission, is driven by a deep passion for photography. He believes in the power of photographs to encapsulate and immortalize moments. His philosophy is that a single photograph can transcend time and space, bringing back not just memories but also the associated emotions, sounds, and even the ambiance of the captured moment. This belief is what fuels his dedication to the art of photography.
Hossain's recognition at 'AURA 2024' is a testament to his skill and the emotive quality of his work. The exhibition is expected to attract art enthusiasts and professionals from around the globe, offering a platform for cultural exchange and appreciation of artistic diversity.
The focus on photography, as highlighted by Hossain's nomination, underscores the event's commitment to showcasing the intricacies and depth of visual storytelling. As the world increasingly communicates in visual languages, photographers like Hossain play a pivotal role in shaping our understanding and appreciation of the world around us.
The 'AURA 2024' exhibition promises to be a convergence of artistic minds and a celebration of the visual arts, marking another notable chapter in the cultural diary of Kolkata. With Ashique Hossain's work featuring prominently, the event is set to offer a memorable experience to its attendees, highlighting the transformative power of photography in capturing and preserving our collective human experience.