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Echoes of Emotions: Art exhibition in Türkiye's Erzurum Sheds Light on Plight of Palestinians

Echoes of Emotions: Art exhibition in Türkiye's Erzurum Sheds Light on Plight of Palestinians
Art teacher adapts 12 world-renowned works from Picasso to Kahlo to portray reality of Palestine. It compels everyone to ponder the destruction of war and the tragic human consequences by adapting 12 world-renowned works.
"The expressive capacity of art possesses the ability to resonate across the entire universe, so I sought to amplify the voice of the Palestinian people enduring current Israeli attacks and oppressions by harnessing the iconic language of renowned painters on a global scale," Yakup Dursun, a painter and art instructor at the Raci Alkir Fine Arts High School in Erzurum, told Anadolu.
Drawing inspiration from timeless masterpieces from Picasso and Kahlo, Dursun adeptly expressed the ongoing humanitarian tragedy in Gaza, underscoring the unsettling continuity with Picasso's Guernica, painted during World War II, as a poignant reminder of the enduring nature of such strife.
 
Feb 12, 2024 08:42
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