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Samim Alam Beg

Md Samim Alam Beg, born in 1998 in Murshidabad, West Bengal, India, is a visual artist whose work delves into the intricate relationship between architecture and the natural world. He pursued his academic studies at Rabindra Bharati University in Kolkata, earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.) in 2020 and a Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.) in 2022, both in Sculpture.

Samim’s artistic practice is characterized by a profound exploration of the interplay between cultural and natural landscapes. Driven by an insatiable curiosity, he experiments with objects and forms derived from nature, aiming to establish a thoughtful dialogue between architectural practices and visual art. His work seamlessly integrates the functional design of architecture with the intricate beauty of nature’s creations, using materials such as ceramics and metal to create sculptural transpositions of natural forms into delicate filigree formats that balance resolved designs with the natural asymmetry of organic forms.

In 2023, Samim’s work was featured in the Space 118 Fundraiser Show in Mumbai. In 2021, he participated in exhibitions like Abir First Take in Ahmedabad and the Kochi Students’ Biennale. Photography also plays an integral role in his practice, adding another layer to his exploration of nature’s beauty and complexity.

Through his work, Samim challenges and expands the boundaries of traditional sculpture, integrating interdisciplinary methods and experimental techniques. His journey is a testament to his dedication to exploring the intersection of architecture and nature, creating works that resonate with both intellectual depth and aesthetic beauty. 

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