Berlin Art Link’s review of the (e)merge art fair says: “DC-based, Bangladeshi-American artist-activist, Monica Jahan Bose performed Unwrapped. With a 216-foot sariâ€”covered with writing from the women of Boseâ€™s ancestral island village in Southwestern Bangladesh as part of a storytelling and eco-empowerment projectâ€”Bose wrapped and...
This review of the exhibition “Layer by Layer: Storytelling with Saris” came out today In Art Asia Pacific. Click here for the link.
The Sublime Virtue Performance was on the cover of the Brooklyn Paper. Here is the article.
This article came out about the performance at the DUMBO Arts Festival right after the fair! Epoch Times Article here.
Monica Jahan Bose’s performance UNWRAPPED using the saris from this project was described in a review of (e)merge art fair in Berlin Art Link. Quoting from the review: “DC-based, Bangladeshi-American artist-activist, Monica Jahan Bose performed Unwrapped. With a 216-foot sariâ€”covered with writing from the women...
An overview of “Layer by Layer: Storytelling with Saris” exhibition in the DhakaLive Section of the Independent Newspaper in Bangladesh! http://www.eindependentbd.com/home/displaypage/news_2013-09-19_10_15_b#sthash.MgCR8Rjo
Local TV report on “Layer by Layer: Storytelling with Saris” exhibition Check out this local TV report on “Layer by Layer: Storytelling with Saris”. It aired on September 16th, 2013 on CTV. Thanks Sonia Randev Srivastava for this great story!
We were on DC public radio this morning on their daily ArtBeat show. Follow this link.
Our DC intern Kerin Backhaus has written an article about Bus Stop Bangladesh, which was featured in this weekend’s Dhaka Tribune, a leading English newspaper in Bangladesh. Please check it out! Here is the link to it.
For Immediate Release from Art Lives Here: BUS STOP BANGLADESH is a three-part public intervention held on June 4th, 12th, and 19th from 5 to 7:30 pm outside the bus stop at Mt. Rainier City Hall featuring the stories and art of 12 women from...