Exhibition of Qassim Alsaedy in Amsterdam, May/June 2011

An Interview (in Arabic) with the Dutch/Iraqi artist Qassim Alsaedy (Baghdad 1949) at the opening of his exhibition ‘Shortly after the War’, in Diversity & Art, Amsterdam, May-June, 2011. Interview by Riadh Fertousi.  Also with Goran Baba Ali, editor in chief of Ex Ponto Magazine. More on this exhibition (in English) will follow soon

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2 thoughts on “Exhibition of Qassim Alsaedy in Amsterdam, May/June 2011

  1. Sami says:

    The suffering of Iraqi people throughout the last forty years is a crime against human rights , which destroyed Iraq more than any atomic pump can do. The World should substitute this destruction by rebuilding Iraq again and supply it with continuous electricity and fresh water at least.
    congratulation for Qassim Alsaedy for his presentation and representation this suffer in another form of interpretation.
    Sami Allawi

  2. sami says:

    YES, Iraqi people have the right to live in democracy and freedom

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