Salma Zulfiqar's artwork has been influenced by her humanitarian work and her travels around the world to countries such as Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Iran, Yemen, Syria, Lebanon, Egypt, Kenya, Cameroon, Chad, Cuba and Brazil. Her artwork is a vehicle to tackle political and humanitarian issues. She is an abstract artist and her artwork has been exhibited in London, Birmingham, Paris, Dubai and Kabul.
Building Peace Through the Oceans is an educational art installation which is aimed at promoting the integration of migrants, improving race relations, preventing hate crimes and extremism.
It consists of 6 canvasses representing different regions of the world, Africa, Asia, Middle East, North America , Latin America and Europe and shows the positive contribution migrants have made in each region.
The art installation has already been exhibited in Greece where it was created and in Paris, where debates were also held on the integration of migrants.
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Salma's artwork is represented by Galerie du Colombier in Paris: Salma ZULFIQAR
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A special exhibition of Salma’s paintings was held in Kabul in 2008 to raise funds to help Street children in Kabul.ASCHIANA (Afghanistan's Children - A New Approach) is on Facebook