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Syria.Art - Syria.Art 2018-05-22 18:29

Boutros Al-Maari - Syrian Artist

قالوا: أتحب الشام؟ قلت جوانحي
مقصوصة فيها وقلت: فؤادي.
They asked: do you like Sham? I cut my ribs and said: my beating heart it is.

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Les oeuvres de Nizar Ali Badr à Pontivy, France dans l'exposition: « Raconte Ton Voyage »

« Raconte Ton Voyage » est un projet culturel initié par Réseau Education Sans Frontière (RESF) – Pontivy, avec expressions artistiques et expositions en différents lieux, ainsi qu’avec la participation de Nizar Ali ...

Syria.Art - Ahmad Kaddour - Syria.Art 2018-05-19 11:35

Born in 1964 in Syria, Ahmad Kaddour graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts in Damascus in 1985. Following that he completed his studies at Ecole nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts (ENSBA) in Paris in 1995 and then at Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, USA. He then continued his artistic work...
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