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The Dhaka Project in the Press #4

The Dhaka Project attracts attention of the international press. Tribe is a global creative publishing platform that works in partnership with creatives around the world. Let’s make this project worldwide known ! Find them on Facebook and on their Website Continue reading →

Dialogues at Dhaka Art Center

By Sabya Van Elswijk, Dialogue Dhaka art center 12th of July Today we met with the artists in Dhaka art center, after asking the question last week to choose a group in Dhaka to work with, and make contact with these people. Emran is telling the group about his meeting with the Rickshaw drivers. Martijn […] Continue reading →

Lecture: “Artists are liars, like everybody is.” by Martijn Crowe in Dhaka

Martijn Crowe gave on July, 13th a lecture about ”the concept of the truth admitting that we love to lie, we can live in peace with each other, not taking ourselves too serious, teasing each other with the strong believes we might have and in fact are illusions. Admitting that we love to lie and […] Continue reading →

The Dhaka Project in the Press #3

  The Dhaka Project is published in the social organization magazine Wspak – Społeczno-Kulturalny Magazyn Akcji Przedsiębiorczej Filantropii INSP member, Warsaw, Poland. They describe Martijn Crowe ”as a world-renowned artist for whom art is not an end in itself, nor a way to make money, but a way of understanding life. And that is what The Dhaka Project – online exchange […] Continue reading →

The Dhaka Project in the press #2

The Dhaka Art Project discussion was covered by Jhumu, a master student of Media studies and journalism in Dhaka. She is involved in the Dhaka Art Project as a writer. Her article is published in a local newspaper, Bonik Barta. Read the following interview in English or the original Bangladeshi version here. “Martjin Crowe is Brazilian […] Continue reading →

Dialogue at the Dhaka Art Center

                The Dhaka Art Project is progressing at Dhaka Art Center. A group of 25 artists are together creating projects around homeless, children and many other social issues with the aim of contributing to the world. Continue reading →

Rickshaw drivers portraits

              An exchange of co-creation is set up between Martijn Crowe and Ronald Van Merkesteijn. Martijn makes photographs, portraits, of the Rickshaw drivers in the streets of Dhaka and sends it to Ronald, who makes a painted portrait. Find more works on our page.    Continue reading →

Meeting Ronald Van Merkesteijn

The 28th of June Sabya and Jeremy from the Faketory met Ronald Van Merkesteijn in the Hague. The artist showed his brilliant collection of works and they had great discussion about his art, his story and his knowledge of Dhaka, where he used to live. Ronald Van Merkesteijn is setting up an exchange program to […] Continue reading →