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Ismaili Centre exhibition opens 2019-07-13

Ismaili Centre exhibition opens  2019-07-13

MATTER OF PRIDE: (From left) Dr Henry Kim, Prince Amyn and Kevork Mourad at the Ismaili Centre

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easterneye.biz

Ismaili Centre exhibition opens 2019-07-13

MATTER OF PRIDE: (From left) Dr Henry Kim, Prince Amyn and Kevork Mourad at the Ismaili Centre
Source: 
easterneye.biz

MEMBERS of the Ismaili community gathered last week for the launch of the Seeing Through Babel exhibition, the first public exhibit of its kind at the South Kensington centre in London.

Prince Amyn, the Aga Khan’s brother, officially opened the exhibition last Thursday (4) at the Centre’s newly reopened Zamana Space.

Seeing Through Babel is a solo exhibition by a Syrian-Armenian artist, Kevork Mourad.

Text of Begum Salimahs speech at Zamana Gallery - 1987-09-30

Begum Salimah with her 3 children: Princess Zahra Aga Khan (born 18 September 1970) Prince Rahim Aga Khan (born 12 October 1971)

September 30, 1987Your Excellencies My Lord Madam Mayor Ladies and Gentlemen It is a great honour for me to welcome Her Majesty the Queen of Jordan.
I would like to express our thanks and appreciation to Her Majesty for having made this visit to London to open the exhibition of Mr Nicholas Egon's paintings of Jordan.

Jordan inhabited since the earliest ages known to man, is a land in which many great civilisations have flourished, each leaving a precious legacy.

Event - 1987-09-30

The Chief Patron with ZG Directors Taj Kurji, Hassan-uddin Khan, Haider Ladhuu Jaffer, Nurdin Jivraj and Ameer Janmohamed. Pictu

Her Majesty Queen Noor of Jordan inaugurates an exhibition of Jordanian paintings by British artist Nicholas Egon at the Zamana Gallery in presence of Mowlana Hazar Imam and Begum Salimah who made a speech. During her speech, Begum Salimah made flattering remarks.


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