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Sulaymaniyah: Seven Colors Center holds an exhibition to local, international artists



The Seven Colors Center in Sulaymaniyah, in cooperation with the Salah Haymani Museum, held an exhibition for a number of international, Iraqi, and Kurdish artists in the Hall of the National Museum Amna Surka. 

 

The art of 44 international artists have been exhibited, including (Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dalí, Shakal, Miro, Paul Gauguin, Paul Klee, Paul Cézanne, Marino Marini, Matisse) as well as displaying works by Iraqi artists (Ismail Fattah, Ismail Al-Sheikhly, Ali Talib, Naziha Selim, Fakher Muhammad, Asim Abdul Amir, Hassan Aboud, Muhammad Ghani Hekmat, Tamara Al-Anbari, Waddah Mahdi, Nabil Ali, Yusri Al-Abadi, Faeq Hassan, Lorna Selim). 

 

The exhibition also included works by Kurdish artists (Ali Karim, Qarni Jami...
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