Korean-Jordanian arts exhibition opens at Ras Al Ain Gallery in Amman

[17-05-2022 01:40 AM]

Ammon News -

In the presence of HRH Prince Mired bin Raad, chief Royal councillor at the Royal Hashemite Court, the Korean-Jordanian arts exhibition "Breaking the Borders" opened Monday evening at the Hanger Ras Al Ain Gallery in downtown Amman.

Organized by the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Jordan, the exhibition was attended by Culture Ministerm Haifa Najjar, Education and Higher Education Minister, Wajeeh Owais, Korea's Ambassador Lee Jae-wan, was organized to commemorate the 60th anniversary of Korea-Jordan diplomatic ties.

The exhibition, which runs to May 29, brings together 19 artists from Jordan and 19 artists from Korea and showcases over 100 artworks.

In a speech at the opening ceremony, Najjar saidm "This (ceremony) relates to Jordan, and this relates to our life-long partnership with Korea. Since its establishment, Jordan has remained a center for positivity, hope, cooperation, coordination creativity and celebration of life."

"We are about to celebrate life. Today we celebrate the 19 Jordanian artists working in cooperation and beautiful manner and not only cooperative but humane way with 19 artists Korea gathered in Jordan; In Amman. In the heart of Jordan and Jordan in the heart of the Arab world and the Arab world in the heart of the whole world. And we celebrate our partnership that lasts a lifetime; Our creativity is our future approach. We value our long-term partnership," Najjar added.

For his part, the Korean envoy said, "The exhibition, which comes to celebrate the 60th anniversary of bilateral relations between Korea and Jordan, highlights how artists from Korea and Jordan attempt to break and resolve boundaries by interacting with their different interpretations, cultural contexts, and personal experiences. This constitute breaking of physical borders and epidemiological barriers, so that artworks from Korea and Jordan meet and be showcased to the Jordanian people."

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