The Kur­dish Artist, Gazi Muhamad Amin ( 1954-2006)

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The Kur­dish painter Gazi Muhamad Amin was born in 1954 in the vil­lage of Qashqa, Qadir Karam sub-dis­trict in Kirkuk Prov­ince. He com­pleted the el­e­men­tary and in­ter­me­di­ate stud­ies in Kirkuk, and grad­u­ated from col­lege of Econ­omy at Univer­sity of Sle­many in the sev­en­ties.

1973-1977 the artist ac­tiv­i­ties in Sle­many Univer­sity

1978-1979 a joint ex­hi­bi­tion in Dyalah

1989 joint ac­tiv­i­ties with Falah Omar and Ad­nan Shino, two artists, in Hawler

1993 con­tribut­ing in an ex­hi­bi­tion by Ashty Garmiyany and Falah Umar in Syria

1994 con­tribut­ing in an ex­hi­bi­tion for painters of Kirkuk in Sle­many

1996 the Art Fes­ti­val in Kirkuk in Cham­chamal Dis­trict

1997 joint exhibitions for painters in Sle­many

1998 contributor in An­fal ex­hi­bi­tion in Sle­many

1999 the spe­cial ex­hi­bi­tion at the an­niver­sary of Qalazde bom­bard­ment

An artists who has his own char­ac­ter­is­tics in South­ern Kur­dis­tan, with the Garmyani faces who lived be­fore the An­fal, and after it. Their suf­fer­ings are eter­nal­ized in the draw­ings of Gazi Muhamad as a his­tory for this coun­try, a suf­fer­ing which few peo­ple could un­der­stand it, and a suf­fer­ing that ma­te­ri­al­ized in his paint­ings which have their own char­ac­ter­is­tics with the cul­tural style of Garmyan, along with the sto­ries of the peo­ple liv­ing there. So Gazi Muhamad, in all his life, was paint­ing the sto­ries that have hap­pened in the past, and he nearly lived with the peo­ple wit­nessed or lived in the catas­tro­phes, an art that draw the map of the suf­fer­ing that ex­presses a his­tory of Kur­dis­tan.

draw­ing of the (An­fal)ed peo­ple of Garmiyan.

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