Road through Kurdistan

P21 Gallery, Kings Cross, London
3rd – 26th October 2019

Curated by Richard Wilding and Mariwan Jalal

The exhibition Road through Kurdistan showed artworks and artefacts relating to Kurdish history, culture and identity. It also reflected the region’s religious and ethnic diversity, genocide under Saddam Hussein’s regime, destruction of heritage by Daesh (ISIS), and future hopes for the Kurdish people.

Exhibition artists: Behjat Omer Abdulla, Baldin Ahmad, Osman Ahmed, Rushdi Anwar, Khadija Baker, Niaz Bayati, Ali Raza Garmiany, Bahram Hajo, Rebeen Hamarafiq, Hemn Hamid, Mariwan Jalal, Azad Karim Mohammed, Rozhgar Mustafa, Daro Ola, Rebwar Saed, Piers Secunda, Richard Wilding and Hozan Zangana.

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