Ghanaian art expo opens at Katara
December 01 2021 11:48 PM
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The ‘Harmonic Diversity in Art and Culture’ exhibition was opened in the presence of Ghanaian ambass
The ‘Harmonic Diversity in Art and Culture’ exhibition was opened in the presence of Ghanaian ambassador Dr Emmanuel Enos and several other diplomats.

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An exhibition titled ‘Harmonic Diversity in Art and Culture’ by Ghanaian artist William Kwaku Adzrako was inaugurated Wednesday at Katara – the Cultural Village.
Katara general manager Prof Dr Khalid bin Ibrahim al-Sulaiti opened the event in the presence of Ghanaian ambassador Dr Emmanuel Enos and several other diplomats.


Some 21 distinctive paintings on show at Katara

The exhibition, organised by Katara, in co-operation with the Embassy of Ghana, will run until December 12 at Building 47 and includes: ‘The Golden Cave’, ‘The Vision’, ‘Mother’s Pride’, ‘Final Price’, ‘Survival of the Fittest’, ‘The Silent Listener’, and ‘Nostalgia for the Unseen Ear’.
Prof Dr al-Sulaiti stressed that Katara opens its doors to creators in various cultural and artistic fields. As it constitutes a cultural edifice and a beacon of creativity and art, he said “Katara welcomes all cultures.”
He also expressed his admiration for the exhibition and the “high artistic and human values” it holds. “This exhibition offers an opportunity to learn about Ghana's cultural, artistic, and civilisational richness, as these exhibitions open windows for cultural communication between nations, considering culture and arts are the best means of rapprochement,” he said.
In a speech, Enos lauded the efforts of Katara to make the event “a tangible reality.”
He said: “The Republic of Ghana has a great history that will allow art lovers, experts, intellectuals, and historians to discover the rich historical and cultural heritage of Ghana.”
He stressed that the exhibition will build strong bonds between Qatari and Ghanaian culture, as well as with international cultures, which would enhance mutual interests and diplomatic, economic, and cultural relations.



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