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An exhibition of paintings by three young Afghan sisters living in Garmadareh, Alborz Province, Iran, will run until June 14 at the Tehran Cultural Center of Nations.
Abstract paintings by Belqis (15), Sakineh (14), and Narges Mohammadi (14), caught the attention of Maryam Yeganeh, the school's art secretary, and the teacher decided to introduce the artwork of the three teenagers to the Iranian art community. .
Yeganeh tells Shargh newspaper that the main reason for her efforts to hold this exhibition, apart from introducing the special talent of these sisters, was that Belqis, Sakineh, Narges and their families become more hopeful about art by selling these works and can continue their education and purchase expenses. Provide painting.
Prior to the exhibition, Belqis, Sakineh and Narges had told their art teacher that they had to drop out of school due to financial difficulties and could not afford to pay for the high school tuition.
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