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First Published: September 24: 2015
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Kollarimaginics is a Special Genre of Art, created by Munayem Mayenin that combines a series of various mediums and materials and they develop into an almost living thing growing into a large body of work with layers and diversities incorporated in it so that the whole work is almost like a symphony and the 'viewer' is not only capable of seeing the individual pieces or all combined in a whole but at the same time can experience how the work developed and grew and how one piece of it merged into another and, how all pieces then become part of the unity of the whole. And in this genre all the forms of 'art' invented by humans and that what have not yet been invented can be added to increase the complexities of the Kollarimaginics that one is doing. Here, today, we present, My Beautiful, the first ever Kollarimaginics Piece of Work of Munayem Mayenin. ''This all came from the question that arose from finding a dry Rose on the street: What can I do with a dry Rose?'' Online presentation is not at all ideal for this work: these pieces would come to life at an Art Gallery as the quality of the images placed here are not the highest. Well, for now, this should do. The Black Rose is originally the shadow of the dry Rose.

Photographic Self-Portrait Kollarimaginics: Munayem Mayenin: September 11: 2016














With a little help of The Welcome Collection Display, the environment, the time of the day, the surrounding atmosphere and the ambience it created, the matters, the manners, the mindset, time and space, as well as my soul and its universe full of all that what constitutes my agency, make this a perfect opportune 'logno or logon':in Sanskrit and Baangla means auspicious moment' for something 'good' to happen, to appear, to arrive: for me to appear there and stand before this scene and become part of it and whereby it becomes my self portrait as it appeared at that 'moment', at that 'logon' where and when I was nothing but part the whole; literally as the 'drop' of water in the ocean. I give you my photographic self-portrait Kollarimaginics: September 11: 2016. Munayem Mayenin. ‽: 130916

My Beautiful Kollarimaginics: Munayem Mayenin

This is Kollarimaginics

Title: My Beautiful

Genre: Kollarimaginics

Artist: Munayem Mayenin

Done: November 29, 2015

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Posted on: November 29, 2015: The Humanion























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