A Tale Of One City Breathe New Life To An Ageing City Through Kintsugi And Wabi-Sabi

Najmun Nahar Keya spent five years in Tokyo, on the prestigious Monbukagakusho Japanese government scholarship, awarded to one emerging Bangladeshi artist every year. These five years have had a disproportionately high impact on her art, and on her person. An immigrant in a country not known to welcome immigrants, brought out in her a very a talent of finding beauty; even when it is buried deep. Her art, too, embraced Japanese art in nuanced ways.