Mohammad Ali Salim

Remembering the BPS (Bangladesh Photographic Society) Days

Mohammad Ali Salim was awarded several distinctions including: EFIAP/s (Excellence FIAP Silver) distinction from The International Federation of Photographic Art, EPSA (Excellence PSA) from Photographic Society of America, AIIPC (Associate of India International Photographic Council), and ABPS (Associate of the Bangladesh Photographic Society).
Salim was born in 1959 and has been photographing since 1972. He received his diploma in Professional Photography from the New York Institute of Photography in 1995. Salim?s work has been shown around the world including solo exhibitions in Australia, Bangladesh, Italy, India and the United Sates.
He had numerous acceptances in FIAP approved and PSA recognized international salons throughout 56 countries. Salim received 135 international awards including Grand prize, 3 PSA Gold, CPI Gold,? Asahi Shimbun Gold, FSS Gold, Janez? Puhar Silver, 4 ? ICity Trophy Monte Sant’Angelo silver,PSA Bronze,? Algarve Mammal, Norga Medal and FIAP/PSA HM.
Salim had many publications including work featured in ?The World and I? magazine published in Washington D.C.,”Where Three Dreams Cross” – 150 years of photography from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh; Published by Whitechapel Gallery, London; and works published in several countries including Australia, Canada, Japan, and the United Kingdom.

Friendship
Friendship
Mita

Mita
Face from Fishery
Face from Fishery
A Witness of Time
A Witness of Time
Construction Workers
Construction Workers
Old Man with Red Scarf
Old Man with Red Scarf
Street Vendor
Street Vendor
That is the Question
That is the Question
Helping Grandma
Helping Grandma
Flooded Road
Flooded Road
Mother and Child
Mother and Child
Educating Mother
Educating Mother
 Treating a Fever
Treating a Fever
nsecure Child
Insecure Child
Speed
Speed
Religion
Religion
Returning Home
Returning Home
Last Train
Last Train

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