Kurdish Artist Zehra Doğan Wins Inaugural Carol Rama Award

Exiled Kurdish artist Zehra Doğan, who spent nearly three years in a Turkish prison for sharing her artwork depicting Turkish ruins on social media, has been named the winner of the inaugural Carol Rama

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