Doha: Katara Cultural Village opened yesterday the “Sudanese Rewaq Exhibition” featuring over 50 paintings by Sudanese artists. The opening was attended by Sudanese Ambassador to Qatar, H E Ahmed Abdel Rahman Mohamed Hassan Suwar Al Dahab and several officials.
The exhibition is organised by Katara in cooperation with the Sudanese Embassy in Building 47, Hall 2. It included several artworks by Sudanese artists: Ismail Qaleen, Hisham Al Hajj, Roua Onsa, Nour Al Hadi Al Khader, Mahad Ismail, Ali Al Tayeb, and Al Moez Abdel Baqi Al Ajaimi.
Ambassador Al Dahab said the exhibition expresses part of the Sudanese art, and it conveys a cultural message about life, society and art in Sudan. He stressed that this exhibition is the fourth in a series of exhibitions that were organised recently for a number of Sudanese artists to present to the public their artistic works and their distinctive creative experiences.
The Sudanese Ambassador thanked the administration of Cultural Village Foundation, Katara for its constant efforts in embracing Sudanese artists and creators and building bridges of communication between cultures and peoples.
“Sudanese Rewaq Exhibition” will run until March 15, from 10am to 10pm.
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