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Celebrated Abroad, Afghan Artist's Livelihood Dries Up At Home
"Since Mr. Hamdard had sold mostly to foreigners, who were usually just passing through, he was little known and recognized in his own country, said Mr. Khosravi, who now manages to keep his Bamiyan Gallery open only by subsidizing it with a travel agency business. 'His work has gone to the four winds, that's the problem,' he said. 'In Afghanistan, people don't care about art.'" The New York Times 11/11/12
Posted November 11, 2012 09:17 PM

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