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HOQUOLO AHASEIS

HOQUOLO AHASEIS

A symbol of heritage, as we inherit what we inherit to appreciate and to look after this heritage, thus enabling it to reach the next generations.

The poem is by the Abbasid poet Abu Al-Ataahiah, who tells us

“That which really belongs to you is what you are able to spend on good causes, not what you consume and liquidate or leave behind”.

Original name (Arabic): حقول الاحاسيس
Original production date: 1998
Artwork Size: 113cm x 110cm
Materials: Acrylics on paper






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