“Divas: From Oum Kalthoum to Dalida” exhibit at the Arab World Institute in Paris

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    The #ArabWorldInstitute in #Paris welcome “#Divas from #OumKalthoum to Dalida”. Running from May 19 to July 25, 2021, the compelling #exhibition displays the greatest #femaleArabartists in the 20th century. The exhibition tells about the feminist fights, and the story of these Arab women in countries taking in fights for independence and decolonisation.

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