Latest News : President al-Assad receives Iranian Assistant Foreign Minister for Arab and African AffairsPeople’s Assembly decides to discharge Mrs. Hadyiah Abbas from her post as SpeakerRussian Air Force destroys vehicles and sites for ISIS in Hama31 persons from Aleppo’s Manbij have their legal status settledPremier Khamis in Homs: Importance of optimal investment of resourcesKosachev: US decision to shut down training program of “Syrian opposition” enhances Russian-US cooperationIndian Foreign Minister: Intensifying meetings to increase cooperation and establish joint projectsArmy intensifies airstrikes on ISIS positions, leaving many terrorists deadUpon directives of President al-Assad, a governmental delegation visits Homs to inspect its economic, service situationSyrian Embassy in Beirut: Abuse of Syrian citizens in Lebanon violates all values, conventions and fraternity relationshipRussian Federation Council ratifies protocol on Russian Air Force deployment in SyriaHigher Education Ministry, WHO discuss cooperation in supporting university hospitalsRussian Defense Ministry: General situation in Syria’s de-escalation zones remains stableArmy’s operations stepped up in Deir Ezzor, ISIS leaders flee al-Mayadin cityAl-Moallem and Jaberi Ansari stress need of deepening coordination in next stage
Art exhibition featuring 43 artists from across Syria held in Damascus
2017-07-08 23:32:36

43 artists from across Syria showcased their works in “Halet Hub Q1” art exhibition held at Alef Noun gallery in Damascus, presenting a wide variety of pieces including paintings, sculpture, calligraphy, and digital art.

The exhibition was attended by Presidential Political and Media Advisor Bouthaina Shaaban said she is glad to attend this exhibition that features artists from across the country including ones from Deir Ezzor and Raqqa.

Shaaban said that bringing Syria’s prestigious artistic identity to light is a form of resistance because the war on Syria seeks to blot out its identity, heritage, and civilization, adding that what is remarkable about this event is that it brought together prominent older artists and aspiring young ones.

The title of the exhibition, which can be translated as “State of Love Q1,”  plays on the relative similarity in Arabic between the words “hub” which means love, “habaq” which means basil (which has special significance in Syrian culture), and “haq” which means right. This is inspired by the phrase “between love and right a bridge of basil grows.”


Home News Business From the Media Videos اللغة العربية