The suffering of the Kurds at an exhibition in Kirkuk

14/12/2019 13:53:00

The Kirkuk branch of the Kurdistan Journalists Syndicate held the 7th Art exhibition for artist Hazhar Kalory at the Cultural Center hall in Kirkuk city, 238 kilometres north of Iraqi capital Baghdad.


The exhibition was attended by a group of journalists, artists and well-known personalities in the city.


The exhibition, which was inaugurated by Abdul Rahman Mustafa, the former governor of Kirkuk, included 20 paintings that reflected the grievances and suffering that the Kurds have suffered.


It is mentioned that Hazhar Kalori is one of the Kurdish artists in the Diaspora, and he has clear imprints in the Kurdish art scene.






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