The General Manager of the Cultural Village Foundation – Katara, HE Dr Khaled Bin Ibrahim Al Sulaiti, opened the art exhibition ‘Hugis at Kulay’ (Shapes and Hues) featuring  one of the Philippines’ renowned visual artists, Frederick Epistola. 

Hugis at KulayThe opening of the exhibition was also graced with the presence of the Philippine Ambassador to Qatar, HE Alan L Timbayan, and by ambassadors of Morocco, Canada, Thailand, Vietnam, Iraq and Russia.

Dr Al Sulaiti praised the level of cooperation between Cultural Village Foundation – Katara and the Philippine Embassy in Doha, which has resulted in a variety of artistic and cultural activities, including this exhibition, which showcases the beautiful features and richness of the Philippines. Dr Al Sulaiti emphasised Katara’s enthusiasm to diversify its exhibitions and host various artistic experiences that would open different cultural windows.

The Philippine Ambassador meanwhile, stressed the importance of the exhibition through the several paintings and artworks that reveals the historical, social and cultural changes experienced by Filipino society. He also praised the efforts made by Katara in building bridges of cooperation and convergence between cultures and peoples.

The ‘Hugis at Kulay’ exhibition is on display at Gallery 2, Building 22 at Katara Cultural Village until this Friday, 30 August. Check out this link for more details.