Concert in Victoria Hall in Geneva on 22th of June at 5pm.
Projection vendredi 16 mai 2014 à 20 h, salle Jean Dame.
17 rue Léopold Bellan 75002 Paris
Métro : Sentier ou Les Halles
La salle fait 300 places inutile de réserver.
Manifestation soutenue par la mairie du 2e, L’Autre Ecran, et l’Association Toiles et Toiles
Contact : Marie-Sylvie Rivière – Tél. : 01 42 36 48 70
From Thursday 8 till Sunday 11, May 2014
10 rue de Turenne 75004 Paris
Zolaykha Sherzad invites you to discover, exclusively in France, her new collection.
Private party on Thursday, May 8th from 6:00pm to 10:00pm (RSVP)
Hours: Thursday and Friday from 12:00am to 10:00pm
Saturday and Sunday from 12:00am to 6:00pm
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Du jeudi 8 au dimanche 11 mai 2014
10 rue de Turenne 75004 Paris
Zolaykha Sherzad vous invite à découvrir, en exclusivité en France, sa nouvelle collection
Soirée privée le jeudi 8 mai de 18h à 22h (RSVP) Gallery Nikki Diana Marquardt
Horaires : jeudi et vendredi de 12h à 22h
samedi et dimanche de 12h à 18h
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This episode of “Conversations With Zarlasht” is about Shekeb Yaghi, a Hip Hop/rap singer who also studies at the American university of Afghanistan and works in a construction company, Shekeb also talks about the future of Rap/Hip Hop music.
Abul Qasem Foushanji – aka Dark Artery – born in 1987 (Afghanistan) is an Afghan freelance artist. His creates mostly Abstract artworks in mediums of painting/illustration, sound, and mixed media.
Along with his family, he spent 18 years of his life in Iran.
For about four years, during his childhood, he learned Realism painting from his Armenian master but after that he never went through any academy for arts.
He was graduated from high school in Tehran in 2004, and it was the same year that he came back to his origin, Afghanistan.
As Metal music has been a part of his life, and it was all a new life experience in India, Qasem started painting in the field of Modern Art in his second year of staying in that country (2007).
At that time his art (mostly paintings and drawings at that time) were more linked to the theme of “weakness and the failure of human body”.
After coming back from India, he continued working on paintings more concentrated, and was selected as one of Top10 artists for the 2nd Afghan Contemporary Art Prize.
Since then, his works have been on several group exhibitions in Kabul, while recently chosen to exhibit for dOCUMENTA (13) in Kassel, Germany as well as for its Kabul exhibition.
Qasem often reflects the unclean and dark aspects of life, believing “most of the people ignore such aspects, because it is not beautiful, but showing it more can help to create solutions.”
He is currently focused on creating more multimedia works. He also plays bass and writes the lyrics for Afghanistan’s only Metal band District Unknown. The artists that he is inspired by are Björk, Mogwai, Clyfford Still, and Salvador Dali.