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Mou Aysha to Grace 'AURA 2024' as Iconic International Photographer and Guest Exhibitor

Mou Aysha to Grace 'AURA 2024' as Iconic International Photographer and Guest Exhibitor

Mou Aysha, an esteemed Bangladeshi photographer, has been designated as the 'Iconic International Photographer' and Guest Exhibitor at 'AURA 2024 - International Photography & Art Exhibition'. This event, facilitated by Retro Kolkata Magazine, is scheduled to illuminate the Nazrul Tirtha, Newtown, Kolkata from January 13 to January 21, 2024.

Key Event Dates:

Art Exhibition: January 13 - January 15, 2024

Photography Exhibition: January 18 - January 20, 2024

Felicitation Ceremony: January 21, 2024

Mou Aysha, renowned for her soul-stirring female portraiture, captures the raw and soulful essence of her subjects. Her photographic narrative is one of bravery and the subtle, yet powerful, inner magic within all women. Despite the challenges she faces as a female photographer in Bangladesh, including issues of safety and access, Aysha's commitment to her craft remains unwavering.

Her mentorship with Bangladeshi photographer G.M.B. Akash has greatly influenced her vision, instilling a deep sense of humanity in her work. Aysha's philosophy extends beyond the photographic art; she is actively involved in humanitarian efforts that support the subjects of her photography.

Aysha's approach to capturing sensitive subjects is marked by patience and intimacy, allowing her to create authentic and compassionate portraits. Her project 'The Power of Portraits' stands as a testament to her ability to produce impactful and memorable imagery.

As AURA 2024 draws near, the inclusion of Mou Aysha promises to bring a profound depth to the exhibition, showcasing the strength and resilience of her subjects. Her participation is not only a recognition of her artistic excellence but also an acknowledgment of the role photography plays in driving social awareness and change. The exhibition goers are in for an experience that transcends visual aesthetics, offering a window into the lives and stories Aysha so eloquently captures.