In Turkey, Syrian artists reflect the tragedy of their country with artistic works

In Turkey, Syrian artists reflect the tragedy of their country with artistic works
An exhibition of Syrian inventors concluded on Sunday with its activities in an exhibition in the city of Izmir, west of Turkey, in which they reflected, through their works, the tragedy and suffering of their country, which has been going on for about 6 years.

The exhibition was organized by the Association for Solidarity with Syrian Refugees (Izmir based) and the Refugee Council of the City Addendum Council (official) at the Saladin Ak Chichak Cultural Center, entitled “Art Does not Recognize the Border”, which lasted for three days.

The exhibition includes paintings and sculptures by Syrian artists who have fled their country, reaching hope and pain in their works, after having achieved success in their country.

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One of the scenes reflected by the works of art, the cries of a child in the middle of the darkness, and the destructive machine of the poet lost his youth in the war of his country, and a child covering the eyes of her game, in addition to the effects of Turkey on their work, including the bust of Sultan Suleiman the Ottoman legal,

The artists Ayman Nasser, Abu Daim Hamida, Emad Eddin Mohamed, Rizkar Mustafa, Nasreen Mustafa and Suzdar Sido expressed their hope for artistic creativity again in their country.

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