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  • Resources | Rickshaw Art Archive

    | | | | Interactive Information Select Publications Exhibitions/Projects Essays/Review Documentary/Video Works Interactive Information Evolution of Rickshaw Art 🔗 Rickshaw Art Collections Around the World 🔗 Rickshaw: The Vehicle 🔗 > Select Publications Akbar, Shireen. Fukuoka: Fukuoka Art Museum, 1994. Rickshaw Painting – Traffic Art in Bangladesh. Akhnd, Shawon. “Cinema banner painting ebong o onnano onushongo” [“Cinema Banner Painting & Miscellaneous”]. In , edited by Lala Rukh Selim, 451-459. Vol. 8, Cultural Survey of Bangladesh Project. Dhaka: Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, 2007. Art and Crafts Gallagher, Rob. . Dhaka: The University Press Limited, 1992. The Rickshaws of Bangladesh Glassie, Henry. “Moving Pictures.” In , 420-432. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1997. Art and life in Bangladesh Glassie, Henry. “The Pictorial System.” In , 433-437. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1997. Art and life in Bangladesh Islam, Nazmul. . Master’s thesis, McGill University, 2015. A Study on Material Culture in Dhaka: Rickshaw, A Motion Craft Kirkpatrick, Joanna. “Bangladeshi Arts of the Ricksha.” , December 5, 1997, Asianart.com http://www.asianart.com/articles/ricksha/index.html Kirkpatrick, Joanna. “Metaphor and Motive in Bangladeshi Ricksha Art.” (2003). SCT – Correspondence, Memorandums, Minutes, and Miscellaneous http://hdl.handle.net/11209/10173. Kirkpatrick, Joanna. “Rickshaw Art.” In , edited by Meghna Guhathakurta and Willem van Schendel, 396-400. USA: Duke University Press, 2013. The Bangladesh Reader: History, Culture, Politics Kirkpatrick, Joanna. “The Painted Ricksha as Culture Theater.” 10, no. 3 (1984): 73-85. Studies in Visual Communication Kirkpatrick, Joanna. . Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2003. CD-ROM. Transports of Delight: The Ricksha Arts of Bangladesh Kirkpatrick, Joanna and Kevin Bubriski. “Transports of Delight: Ricksha Art Of Bangladesh.” 45, no. 1 (1994): 32-35. Aramco World Lahiri-Dutt, Kuntala, and David J Williams. . Ahmedabad, India: Mapin Publishing, 2010. Moving Pictures: Rickshaw art of Bangladesh Lasnier, France. . Dhaka: The University Press Limited, 2002. Rickshaw Art in Bangladesh Learmonth, Tom. "Rickshaw Art in Bangladesh." 39 (1991): 76-79. Mimar: Architecture in Development Rahman, Md Mostafijur. . Master’s Thesis, Charukala Institute, Dhaka University, 1992. Bangladesher Rickshaw Chitra Moishan, Shahman. “Representation of Anthropomorphic Beast in Rickshaw Painting: Figurative Fantasy of Social Biology.” , 12/13 (n.d.). Depart Magazine Warner, Rachel, Dan Jones, Barbara Joseph, Jayne Spittle, John Wallett, Tom Learmonth, and Shah Ahmed Sadeque. . Basement Project/Young World Books, 1989. Rickshaws: Art & Industry > Exhibitions/Projects 2020 , Group Project/Exhibition, Britto Arts Trust, Dhaka, Bangladesh 🔗 Rongbaaz 2017 Group Exhibition of S.A. Malek, National Art Gallery, Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy, Bangladesh 2016 , Solo Exhibition of Nobo Kumar Bhadra, Zoom Galerie of Alliance Française de Dhaka Summer in Colour 2016 , Curated by Joanna Kirkpatrick, The Huntington Archive 🔗 Bangladeshi Rickshaw Arts from 1972 to 1998 2016 , Solo Exhibition of Nobo Kumar Bhadra, Jahangirnagar University, Dhaka, Bangladesh 🔗 বাদল/Badal 2014 , Group Exhibition, Gallery Jalrong, Dhaka, Bangladesh Deshoj Spondon - 2 2014 Group Exhibition, Dhaka Rickshaw Fiesta Week 2014, National Museum of Dhaka, Bangladesh 2013 Solo Exhibition of Nobo Kumar Bhadra, La Gallerie of Alliance Francaise de Dhaka, Bangladesh 2013 , Group Exhibition, Zainul Gallery, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh Rickshaw Art Exhibition 2013 , Takamatsu, Japan Setouchi International Art Triennale 2010 Solo Exhibition of Nobo Kumar Bhadra, La Gallerie of Alliance Francaise de Dhaka, Bangladesh 2008 Solo Exhibition of S.A. Malek, the Club of Australian Embassy, Dhaka, Bangladesh 2005 Group Exhibition, Arranged by Britto Arts Trust, Alliance Francaise de Dhaka, Bangladesh 2000 Group Exhibition of S.A. Malek, German Embassy in Dhaka, Bangladesh 1999 Group Exhibition, Alliance Française de Dhaka, Bangladesh 1999 Solo Exhibition of S.A. Malek, Alliance Française de Dhaka, Bangladesh 1994 Rickshaw Painting - Traffic Art in Bangladesh , Fukuoka Art Museum, Fukuoka, Japan 🔗 1988-91 , The Museum of Mankind (now closed), London, UK Traffic Art: Rickshaw Paintings from Bangladesh 1987-8 , Touring Exhibition in the UK 🔗 Rickshaws: Art and Industry > Essays/Reviews , Rickshaw, Revival | Mohammad Zaki Rezwan | April 2020 🔗 Rongbaaz Please visit the section if you want to submit your essay. contribute > Documentary/Video works >

  • Rickshaws: Art and Industry | Rickshaw Art Archive

    Rickshaws: Art and Industry ​ Special thanks to for such rare access to this exhibition Tom Learmonth ​ 1987-8 Date: Touring exhibition in the UK. Venue: Rickshaw Exhibition Committee Presented by: Tom Learmonth Design and Production: Tom Learmonth and Shah Ahmed Sadeque (Mithu) Photography: Robert Gallagher and Dan Jones Text: War on Want, Christian Aid, Tollemache Trust, and Hilden Trust Funding: ​ Installation Shots © Tom Learmonth Tricycle for kids © Tom Learmonth © Tom Learmonth 1/19 Exhibits Rickshaw; manufactured in Bangladesh and reassembled by cyclists in London © Tom Learmonth Rickshaw; manufactured in Bangladesh and reassembled by cyclists in London © Tom Learmonth Rickshaw; manufactured in Bangladesh and reassembled by cyclists in London © Tom Learmonth 1/12 Gypsy Sardar (leader); Artist: Md. Gofur (probably) © Tom Learmonth Artist: Ahmed © Tom Learmonth Artist: Manik © Tom Learmonth 1/54 Painted seat cover; Artist: Ahmed; Year of creation: 1983 © Tom Learmonth Painted seat cover; Artist: Masud © Tom Learmonth Painted seat cover © Tom Learmonth 1/7 Decorative object for rickshaw © Tom Learmonth Part of the rickshaw hood © Tom Learmonth Decorative object for rickshaw © Tom Learmonth 1/20 Tools of rickshaw mechanics © Tom Learmonth Rickshaw registration plate © Tom Learmonth A pair of sandal worn by a unknown rickshaw puller © Tom Learmonth 1/5 Movie poster © Tom Learmonth Painted kula © Tom Learmonth Movie poster; Artwork by Shilpi; Year: 1984 © Tom Learmonth 1/5 Exhibition Texts and Study Pack Exhibition Plan and Proposal Exhibition Credit Warner, Rachel, Dan Jones, Barbara Joseph, Jayne Spittle, John Wallett, Tom Learmonth, and Shah Ahmed Sadeque. Rickshaws: Art & Industry . Basement Project/Young World Books, 1989. Go back

  • Contribute | Rickshaw Art Archive

    Contribute ​ How can we enrich this archive without your support? ​ If you want to contribute photos of rickshaw art to the archive, please use this . google form We invite short articles, essays, and reviews on rickshaw art of Bangladesh to be published as part of this archival project. Please to express your interest. contact us We accept donations in the form of photos purchased from commercial photo agencies and archives like , , etc. There are several photos of rickshaw art from 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s that we have been longing to include in this archive. Please for further information. Magnum Photos Getty Images contact us ​ If you have recently published any work on rickshaw art, please let us know using the option. We would be able to include that in our section. contact resources ​ Thank you in advance for your support! ​ ​