Archive for the ‘Exhibition’ Category

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Driveway Art Salon

We had 29 people join us over various time slots for the first outdoor driveway/garden salon behind my studio. It was a beautiful breezy evening for our Driveway Art Salon. We had a book launch for RENEW and screened three new short films based on...

by Monica Bose on September 13th, 2020
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Warming Waters, finally

We are thrilled that we were able to install the WARMING WATERS public art project on July 22, 2020 after a delay of four months due to the pandemic (installation was supposed to be on Earth Day, April 22, 2020). The project was open for...

by Monica Bose on August 16th, 2020
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Smithsonian article & film

We are so honored that WRAPture is featured in this incredible multimedia article and video for the Smithsonian’s digital magazine: “Eighteen Feet of Fabric Can Go a Long Way.: They spent months following the project to put this together. CLICK HERE FOR LINK TO FULL...

by Monica Bose on October 30th, 2019
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Article in Nari Magazine

A terrific article in Bangla in Nari (woman) magazine, which is published in New York City, titled: “Seven Minutes on the B67: Closing Event and Climate Art Action” Thank you for visiting the exhibition and writing about it, and taking photographs. CLICK HERE FOR LINK...

by Monica Bose on July 30th, 2019
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Seven Minutes on the B67/Climate Street Action

Closing of exhibition and Climate Art Street Action, June 29, 2019, Brooklyn, New York We took the bus together, starting in Kensington, Brooklyn, wearing blue saris to symbolize climate change. We walked in the blazing heat, we joined in a wheelchair, we sang, and we...

by Monica Bose on July 10th, 2019
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Conversation with Nirina Lune

Catherine Bay, Artistic Director of the Window, invited artists Monica Jahan Bose and Nirina Lune to have a public conversation in the gallery on June 7, 2019 during the exhibition/project SUBSISTANCE. The conversation was filmed by Leena Jayaswal.

by Monica Bose on June 7th, 2019
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Super Brooklyn Launch!

We had a fantastic day in Brooklyn today with the support of Open Source Gallery, Arts & Democracy, the Brooklyn Ladies Club, and the Bangladesh Institute of Performing Arts. First, I visited Open Source Gallery in South Slope, Brooklyn, NY for my second site visit...

by Monica Bose on March 23rd, 2019
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WRAPture Installation

After months of work, the saris are finally done! Please come see the installation. Since its November 2018 kickoff, WRAPture has worked with 12 women in Katakhali, Bangladesh and over 150 members of the community in Washington DC, including youth from Project Create, formerly homeless...

by Monica Bose on March 17th, 2019
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RECLAIM in Hawai’i

RECLAIM BY MONICA JAHAN BOSE in collaboration with Hina Kneubuhl, zine in collaboration with Sloane Leong Installation in the former Foodland, Ala Moana Shopping Center, Honolulu, Hawai’i, as part of the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center’s “Ae Kai,” a Culture Lab on Convergence, July 6-9,...

by Monica Bose on July 18th, 2017
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VisionDC at the Arena Stage

As a socially-engaged DC artist, Monica Jahan Bose was asked to create an installation for the VisionDC Arts & Innovation Summit, a convergence of DC art makers to discuss the state of the arts in DC today. Installations are always a somewhat harrowing adventure, but...

by Monica Bose on May 17th, 2017
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