"Heart of the East" exhibition opens in Berlin
The exhibition titled "Heart of the East", which reflects the ethnic and religious communities in Kurdistan, will be open until 1 January 2024 at Zitacelle Spandau in Berlin.
An exhibition reflecting ethnic and religious communities called 'Heart of the East' was opened in Berlin.
Curated by Thomas Kramer, the exhibition counted on the collaboration of Ceni Women's Peace Bureau, Nav Berlin, Kurdische Centrum, Hînbûn and Êzidî Academy.
The exhibition opened at Zitadelle Spandau-ZAK (Contemporary Art Center) included photographs and models reflecting the beliefs and Kurdish culture in Kurdistan, as well as photographs depicting the Armenian Genocide.
Dr. Thomas Kramer thanked the visitors for their interest. Stating that he had just started to learn about the Kurds, Thomas Kramer said: "We thought of a composition that could express the Kurds, Yazidi Kurds and Armenians in this exhibition, and today we are all experiencing the excitement of this together."
Open until 1 January 2024
The exhibition will be open every day between 10.00 and 17.00, except Thursdays when it will be open between 13.00 and 20.00 until 1 January 2024.