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Syrian Anonymous Exhibition


Created for the purpose of this exhibition, the group aims to reflect the Syrian youth and art scene: activist, anonymous and collective. Internet and social networks give to the new generation a fabulous platform for free creativity. The artists selected for the exhibition are active on the web and regularly presenting their artworks to illustrate and comment the actuality of the Country.

HOW MANY BLOOD BAGS
Around 30 pictures and videos taken from Facebook are printed and screened for this exhibition, to illustrate the work of activists, anonymous individuals or groups, representative of the current Syrian art scene. For months now, the new generation of artists has been using internet and social networks, to testify
of the reality of the situation in Syria, by posting videos, graphic designs, drawings, etchings, paintings and photos. Internet became then an important platform to distribute this production and to comment on the news, sometime with a particular sense of humor or even a twist of poetry.

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Confession-of-an-armed-man
Syrian Anonymous Exhibition
Syrian Anonymous Exhibition
Syrian Anonymous Exhibition
Syrian Anonymous Exhibition
Syrian Anonymous Exhibition
Syrian Anonymous Exhibition
Syrian Anonymous Exhibition
Syrian Anonymous Exhibition
Syrian Anonymous Exhibition
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Syrian Anonymous Exhibition
Syrian Anonymous Exhibition
Syrian Anonymous Exhibition

The exhibition is presented by AIN
AIN

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