An art exhibition for Kurdish personalities in Sulaymaniyah

4/9/2019 18:09:00

An art exhibition of 27 paintings was opened in the city of Sulaimaniyah.


Aziza Majeed Ali told PUKmedia that the aim of this exhibition is to spread culture, adding that the exhibition included 27 artistic paintings, 22 of which are portraits of Kurdish personalities along with their biographies so that the young people learn more about their history and life.


She explained that they have a collection and that the paintings of this exhibition were painted by a number of members of the group.






PUKmedia - Jafar Jalal / Sulaymaniyah






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