Art exhibition on oppression suffers by Yemen opens in Sana’a

Art exhibition on oppression suffers by Yemen opens in Sana’a

Yemeni Culture Minister Abdullah Ahmed al-Kabsi had on Monday opened an exhibition on Digital Art representing Yemen’s Oppression, organised by Mohammed Abdul-Karim al-Houthi, in corporation with the People’s Social Foundation for Development, in honour of the National Day of Steadfastness.

At the inauguration, the Minister of Culture stressed that the exhibition reflects the tragedies experienced by the Yemeni people caused by the aggression, as well as the daily suffering of Yemeni citizens since the beginning of the aggression.

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“Yemen is subjected to a major aggression and a wide conspiracy, yet the people of Yemen are determined to fight till victory,” al-Kabsi said.

For his part, artist Mohammed Abdul-Karim al-Houthi explained that the exhibition will continue until April 7, and includes 41 paintings that reflect the crimes committed by Saudi-American aggression against the Yemeni people.

A number of politicians, intellectuals and media professionals attended the inauguration of the exhibition.

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