"Sharp mustaches" at a caricature exhibition in Sulaymaniyah


21/10/2019 18:44:00
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Entitled "Sharp Mustaches", the cartoonist Bakr Abdulrahman opened his 15th exhibition at the National Museum in Sulaymaniyah, reflecting the impact the male man with his sharp mustache on society through his paintings.

 

The artist Bakr Abdulrahman told PUKmedia that in 40 paintings he expressed the character who owns sharp mustaches, which imposes his views on others and boasts as a strong figure in society.

He added:  Through the art of caricature I wanted to deliver a message to the recipient role of owners of mustaches in his dealings with people as a weapon and impose his will on others and women, where this character sees that it controls women and impose conditions on them, which is rejected by the current society.

 

 

 

PUKmedia Adnan Jaff


 

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