'Damascus, Levant' Exhibition opens at Katara
January 18 2021 12:07 AM
'Damascus, Levant' Exhibition opens at Katara
The artworks feature aspects of the ancient city, including charming alleys and heritage sites such as Bab al-Salam

The 'Damascus, Levant' Exhibition by artist Salah Eddin al-Bizri opened at Building 18, Katara - the Cultural Village Foundation, Sunday in co-operation with the Syrian embassy in Doha, Qatar News Agency reported. The exhibition features drawings inspired by the ancient Syrian capital.






The artworks feature aspects of the ancient city, including charming alleys and heritage sites such as Bab al-Salam, one of the gates to the city, and Khan Asaad Pasha, next to Al-Buzuriyah Souq. Katara general manager Dr Khalid bin Ibrahim al-Sulaiti said the event is one of the various exhibitions organised by Katara in co-operation with the embassies accredited to the State, aiming to promote artistic exchange and introduce Katara visitors to other cultures.
He stressed the keenness of Katara, through its activities and exhibitions, to extend bridges of communication, especially in the field of arts. Further, Dr al-Sulaiti underlined Katara's readiness to co-operate with various embassies in the State to organise joint events and exhibitions.

Last updated: January 18 2021 12:16 AM


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