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52 artworks in the exhibition of the Syrian Charitable Society for Breast Cancer in Lattakia

2022-07-05T15:00:26.176Z

 Lattakia, SANA- The exhibition organized by the Syrian Charitable Society for Breast Cancer in Lattakia came to raise awareness of tuberculosis



 Latakia-SANA

The exhibition, which is organized by the Syrian Charitable Society for Breast Cancer in Lattakia, to raise awareness of cancer and the importance of early detection, is rich in its humanitarian and emotional issues, which created a creative artistic situation that broke the severity of the disease and the difficulty of talking about it.

The exhibition, which combined the aesthetics of wood carving and its various formations and formations through 41 works by the sculptor Hassan Halabi with the transparency and color richness of 11 works in oil painting by the laboratory doctor Madeleine Bach Agha, formed a new experiment of its kind in spreading awareness about cancer through art and including awareness messages about the necessity of Early detection and introduction of the national campaign for cancer detection, which was launched in Lattakia on the 19th of last month and will continue until the 25th of this month.

The exhibition, hosted by the City Center Hall in Lattakia over a period of four days, according to the association’s president, Gharaa Talib, comes as a first-of-its-kind experience in cancer awareness through art, with the return of the proceeds of a large number of works to support the association, which contributes to securing the early detection of breast cancer for women free of charge. It is currently in the national campaign for cancer detection by accrediting it as a medical center that provides daily many medical services.

She stressed the importance of the campaign and the great turnout it is witnessing, which indicates a high level of awareness of the importance of early detection and its positive results in achieving a full recovery from the disease.

The sculptor Hassan Halabi, whose sculptural works, with their various themes, embody the symbols of the Ugaritic civilization that calls for peace and spread love, and the phoenix bird that embraces the Syrian land and heals its wounds, through Sufism and Dervishes, to women and their symbolism in strength and endurance, presented in the exhibition the outcome of 15 years of wood carving of all kinds Various of olives, eucalyptus, berries and walnuts.

Halabi pointed out the importance of the exhibition as a new experience that needs all support to develop and achieve more success with the ability of art to elevate societies, carry humanitarian messages and express community issues in a creative manner that touches the human soul.

Dr. Bash Agha, who is also the secretary of the association, saw the need to pay attention to the importance of art and its ability to convey messages that reflect the artist’s view of reality, noting that her works, which shaped nature and women, included a lot of hope and optimism, and tried, through the use of loud and lively colors, to color reality to make it less depression.

Bashaga pointed out that the experience is important and new in ways to support the work of associations, noting the national campaign for cancer detection, which has received great demand, as it is an important step in documenting cancer cases to develop a vision about the preparation of injuries and the factors for the spread of the disease.

It is noteworthy that the association was established in 2008 and includes medical, social and cultural cadres.

Fatima Nasser

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Source: sena

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