Pain of Rojava displayed in art exhibition


27/1/2020 11:17:00
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Monday, a political poster exhibition about Rojava (Western Kurdistan) was held at the Museum Hall in the city of Sulaymaniyah, Kurdistan Region.

 

Bakhtiyar Halabjay, a Kurdish sculptor, told PUKmedia that “Ministry of Culture and Youth, in cooperation with the Directorate of Fine Art, opened an exhibition of political poster on the struggle of Western Kurdistan,” explaining that “19 artists participated in the exhibition.”

 

“The exhibition will last for 3 days and includes about 25 paintings,” he added.

 

 

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