From India to Qatar – a symbiosis of cultures
Sheikh Faisal Bin Qassim Al Thani Museum (FBQ Museum) is hosting Qatar – India Cultural Exhibitions in line with the Qatar India 2019 Year of Culture, in partnership with the Embassy of India in Qatar.
The exhibition is set to start from April 5 and run until July 31 during museum opening hours.
Under the context of cultural exchange, FBQ Museum brings together the treasures of the museum owned collection in order to promote mutual understanding, recognition and appreciation between Qatar and India.
Composed of five main topics – community, trade, arts, food and incense, the exhibition takes one on a journey to explore the rich and diverse Indian cultures, the long historic links between Qatar and India, and cultural similarities between Qatar and India.
Aspects of language, religion, calligraphy, fashion and design, spices and trade are placed in an astonishing and reviving context, thus raising awareness of close links that one might have forgotten in the passage of time.
Complementing the rather historic exhibition at the FBQ Museum’s main hall, an exhibition by Indian miniature artists Ajay and Vinita Sharma will be opened simultaneously at FBQ Museum’s new contemporary art space The White Majlis. The exhibition will establish their achievement as artists trained by masters and depict their journeys to becoming experimental contemporary artists in their own right.
For more information, visit www.fbqmuseum.org.
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