Category Archives: Morton Krogvold

A little bit of history. …

“Is Pathshala, a part of Drik?”  asked one visiting artist at the Chobi Mela Festival evening presentations. That got me thinking that many do not know the history of Drik. … so this post is for ones who don’t know … Continue reading

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Till next time …

The overwhelming sense of Chobi Mela VI in Dhaka, Bangladesh, in Asia at the beginning of what has been described as the Asian Century is one of potential. Huge creative potential, the potential to change the narrative of the global … Continue reading

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Teacher’s Pride

The exhibition of the Morton Krogvold ‘s students work opened at the Asiatic Gallery of Fine Arts in Dhaka on the 25 January, 2011 – 5th day of the Chobi Mela VI – International Festival of Photography. The work is a … Continue reading

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More Workshop Photos and a Tangible Results Story

Dick Doughty, Managing Editor Saudi Aramco World started his workshop “Portraits of Committments” today at Pathshala South Asia Media Academy.   There is always a story within a story. Today’s story comes from photographer and my colleague at Drik,  Saikat Mojumder. … Continue reading

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