In March 2006 Nadalian traveled to Bangladesh. He was invited by Shilpakala Akademi of Art. In Bangladesh Nadalian carved many local stones and display or hide them in nature.
In the 8th March 2006 Nadalian traveled to Sonargonj Panam old city and hide some of his works in the reservoir.
Here you can find some carvings by Nadalian in Daka dedicated to Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy of Art.
Shaswati Mazumder Pampa took this fish to Charukhan of Jhalokoti in North Bangladesh and hide it
کارهای نادعلیان در بنگلادش
در اسفند ماه 1384 نادعلیان به بنگلادش سفر کرد و در مدت اقامتش مجموعه ای از آثار محیطی را در طبیعت بنگلادش اجرا کرد. او که میهمان فرهنگستان شیلپاکالا بود آثارش را به آنان هدیه کرد. و ضمن سفر به شهر باستانی شونارگا پانام تعدادی از سنگهایش که بر آنها ماهی حجاری شده بودند را به دریاچه مجاور شهر پرتاب کرد و پنهان ساخت.
خانم شاشوتی موجوندا پامپا یکی از حجاریهای نادعلیان را برای دفن در یک مکان مقدس به چاروکان جالوکاتی در شمال بنگلادش برد و دفن کرد.
A Comment by my American- Italian artist Abigail Doan
Ahmad Nadalian's recent work created with his students and colleagues at the Environmental Art Festival in the Persian Gulf might actually save the world. I believe that every one who experiences these pieces and their environmental optimism, might believe once and for all, that there are indeed solutions to the environmental ills and conflicts that we face in the world. More
Nadalian: River Art
Nadalian is an Iranian sculptor whose life's work involves engendering respect for living creatures and the natural environment. To achieve this, besides living with nature himself, he established sculpture grounds in a peaceful environment in natural surroundings. Water is a living element that contributes to his sculptures, and many of the symbols he engraves and sculpts are derived from ancient mythology and the rituals of pre-Islamic civilizations. more
By carving simple fish shapes and other forms onto small stones and river rocks, artist Ahmad Nadalian seeks to repopulate the spirit of neglected streams and rivers in his native Iran and around the world and share these treasures with future generations. more
About Ahmad Nadalian
"I was so impressed with your concept, working at low tide in the early mornings to carve signs that during the day would be concealed. It calls into question so much about time, history, language, meaning, and sculpture." More