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Carl Heyward is an American contemporary artist, writer and curator who works primarily with mixed media. His paintings and collage work juxtapose diverse imagery to explore ideas of fragmentation.
Enamul was attracted to Anima even before the Partition. After the formation of Pakistan he wrote quite a few letters to her but received no reply. He tried to talk with her when he occasionally met her in the streets. He often visited Anima’s house, addressed her mother as, “Ma” and insisted for tea. Anima was forbidden to go out of the house when he told her that all her family members would be killed if she refused to be his wife.
Created as part of a larger, wide-ranging, playful deconstruction of art historical imageries, This series is the result of sampling artworks available on free digital archive to offer a new, ambiguous or radially symmetrical view of images that can be viewed in 180-degree flipped orientations.
The hoary grandfather clock in the living room doles out the time: quarter to three. The rest of the two-story house continues to sleep. The three children in the upstairs bedroom don’t stir as I creep up to their cracked door. They sleep silently, not even a breath can be heard. I kiss each of their small blonde heads, perfectly brushed and in place, then quickly scurry down the staircase. I should be in my own bed at this hour, but excitement keeps me from tiredness.
Open call for submission for the 2021 competition, $1500 in prizes
The Antonym magazine is proud to announce its 2021 Translation award from Bengali in the name of Tagore who continues to inspire all Indian in general, Bengalis in particular.