Afghanistan News

News Cologne, Germany - 25th October 2023

Collection Presentation: Pablo Picasso Suite 156 with Ms. Kubra Khademi, UMISAA, Alumna

The pe­ri­od in which the cy­cle was cre­at­ed co­in­cid­ed with the so­cio­cul­tu­r­al pheno­menon of hu­man rights move­ments world­wide, which in Pi­cas­so’s adopt­ed coun­try, France, cul­mi­nat­ed in the events of May 1968 in Paris. In his last cy­cle of prints, Pi­cas­so ex­plores per­so­n­al me­m­ories, love, life, and mor­tal­i­ty, the his­to­ry of West­ern art and cul­ture, and the re­la­tion­ship be­tween artists, mod­els, and view­ers. Their uni­fy­ing el­e­ment is Eros, the Greek god of erot­ic de­sire who re­veals the li­bi­do and pas­sion of all sub­jects. When the se­ries was pre­sent­ed in Paris for the first time in ear­ly 1973, the re­ac­tions were mixed.

News Paris, France - 15th January 2023

Mme France Marquet, Principal Trustee, MSF with Mrs Zahra & Mr Mohsen Taasha, UMISAA Alumnus during Paris gallery Dominique Fiat

Madam France Marquet met Mrs. Zahra, Artist, Mr Mohsen Taasha,UNESCO Madanjeet Singh Institute for South Asian Arts (UMISAA) from Afghanistan during her visit to "Paris gallery Dominique Fiat" and upraised there Art works.

News Paris, France - 22nd November 2022

Mohsin Taasha, SAF Alumni, UMISAA exhibiting art work at A La Galerie Dominique Fiat, Paris on 10 Dec 2022

Mr. Mohsin Taasha SAF Alumnus UNESCO Madanjeet Singh Institute of South Asian Arts (UMISAA), Beaconhouse University in Lahore, Pakistan exhibiting his art work at "A La Galerie Dominique Fiat" on 10th December 2022 at 1800Hrs.

News Kunsmuseum Thun, Switzerland - 29th July 2022

Five SAF-Afghanistan Alumni from UMISAA are participating in Kuns Museum Thun International Art Exhibition in Switzerland

South Asia Foundation Five Alumni from UNESCO Madanjeet Singh Institute of South Asian Art ( UMISAA ) Mr. Mohammad Baqer Ahmadi, 2017; Ms. Latifa Ataie, 2013; Ms. Kubra Khademi, 2009; Ms. Shahida Shaygan, 2019 and Mr. Moshin Taasha , 2011 Batches are participating in Kuns Museum Thun International Art Exhibition in Switzerland

News The National News, Afghanistan - 7th February 2022

Mr Aziz Hazara, Alumnus (2017 Batch) of UMISAA sends 20 tonnes of rubbish from Afghanistan to US as 'gift to the American people

Aziz Hazara is tracking an unusual shipment - 20 tonnes of rubbish collected from Bagram air base, formerly the largest US military base in Afghanistan. It is making its way west, back to its source. It’ll pass through Karachi and the Gulf, sailing the Indian Ocean and crossing the Atlantic to return to the US.