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Sudanese artist exhibits at Sharjah Art Museum
March 01, 2018
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SHARJAH: The Sharjah Art Museum on Wednesday opened a new exhibition inspired by the childhood and early life of one of Sudan’s most influential and important artists. ‘Fragrances of the Forest and Photos’ is a collection of more than 70 artworks by contemporary artist Salah Elmur.

In the exhibit, which will be on display until June 2, Elmur leads the viewer through a personal voyage of discovery, showing some of his experiences of growing up in Khartoum. The works show his exploration of the city’s streets and the surrounding countryside as a child.

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