Brazil signifies how a rustic filled with cultural and ethnic range ought to be within the bucket checklist of anybody who has wanderlust, a powerful innate want to journey. Sabrina Islam visited stunning locations throughout Brazil from Iguacu Falls, which is among the world’s largest waterfalls, to the famed Rio carnival pageant, capturing its vibrant flamboyant and joyous power on this exhibition.
“I acquired my first digital camera, a disposable one, after I was 14. I’ve been travelling alone for the reason that age of 18. As I travelled and took pictures extra severely, I wished to share my wanderlust with my mates, share the best way I used to be seeing the world, by my lens,” mentioned Sabrina Islam.
A complete of 72 pictures have been in for show on the exhibition. Sabrina Islam travelled to Brazil in 2019 and visited varied components of the nation, in flip capturing moments like marvellous road celebrations in Sao Paulo, the Amazon rainforest, dubbed as ‘lungs of the earth,’ the serene fantastic thing about a small Portuguese city referred to as Paraty and favelas of Rio de Janeiro and so forth. She captured all of the moments with a readability that highlighted totally different points of Brazilian tradition.
“My first solo exhibition was in 2018, sharing the expertise of witnessing the northern lights in Alaska, the autumn colors within the Adirondack Mountains amongst different issues. This exhibition focuses solely on Brazil and its astonishing magnificence and variety,” remarked Sabrina Islam.
The exhibition was inaugurated by the ambassador of Brazil in Bangladesh, His Excellency Joao Tabajara Jr. The opening ceremony happened at a serene outside setting of Edge Gallery, the place company may expertise a pure atmosphere earlier than venturing into the gallery to witness the exhibition.
“Images is my ardour; I prefer to take footage after I journey. I’m planning to journey to Africa and Patagonia, so perhaps I’ll get some footage there! And I very a lot hope all girls, younger and outdated, pursue their desires be it with pictures or something that expresses their individuality,” replied Sabrina Islam when requested about her hopes and future plans.
The exhibition was held at Edge gallery, NE (N) 12, North Avenue, Gulshan 2 from 10 am to eight pm, on 14 March.
Photograph: Sabrina Islam