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Exhibition of Algerian modern painting and promotion of the book “Algerian Chronicles”

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In collaboration with Galerija ’73, the Association of Friends of Algeria hosted the grand opening of an exhibition of paintings by Algerian painters of the younger generation, Professor Said Rahmani, Moustafa Aiche and Mokhtar Garadi who presented their paintings to Belgrade audience on 15 January 2020.

The visitors had the opportunity to get acquainted with the works from the past years by the painters graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts. Paintings by Said Rahmani were also exhibited at the last Tunisian Biennial held in November 2019.

Rahmani, who is also the author of the exhibition “I Wish all my Dreams Come True”, said: “My paintings always talk or deal with pointed clothes, for their expressive symbols and deep connotations, that represent our reality of feeling happy whenever our pointed clothes are cleaned, which leaves good impression of ourselves and our reputation.”

The exhibition was opened by H.E. Abdelhamid Chebchoub, the Ambassador of Algeria in Serbia.


In the second part of the evening, the second edition of the book “Algerian Chronicles” was presented by the author Srboljub Manojlović who was a long-time correspondent of “Tanjug” news agency from friendly Algeria.

“Algerian Chronicles” is a collection of selected texts, observations and travel stories of a journalist and publicist, who, over the period of eight years, informed Yugoslav public of numerous political, social, cultural and other events.

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