Afghan Boy Called 'Little Picasso' Shows Works in Serbia

2017-08-12

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  • A 10-year-old refugee known for his artistic ability has held his first art show and donated all the money raised to a sick Serbian boy.
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  • Farhad Nouri has been called "the little Picasso" for his pictures and photographs.
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  • The Associated Press reported that examples of his work were shown in Belgrade.
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  • The boy has lived at a crowded migrant camp in the Serbian capital with his parents and two younger brothers for the past eight months.
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  • His family was forced to flee conflict and poverty in their home country of Afghanistan two years ago.
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  • They traveled through Greece and Turkey before arriving in Serbia.
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  • The boy's gift for art was recognized when he was taking language and painting training programs in Belgrade.
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  • Local aid groups organized the classes for refugees and migrants.
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  • "We quickly realized how talented he (Nouri) was and sent him to a painting school as well as a three-month photography workshop," said Edin Sinanovic.
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  • "So this is a retrospective of what he learned there."
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  • Sinanovic is with the Refugees Foundation, a non-government organization (NGO).
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  • Among Nouri's works shown on the grounds of a Belgrade cafe were his drawings of Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali and Harry Potter.
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  • His photos mostly include images from around the city.
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  • In addition to holding his first art show, "Farhad wanted to help someone," Sinanovic said.
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  • So he chose to give any money raised to a six-year-old Serbian boy who needs money for his treatment after brain cancer.
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  • Nouri said he wanted to help someone else as well to show how important it is to be good to other people.
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  • "We all need kindness," he said.
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  • The boy dreams of one day moving to Switzerland to become a painter and a photographer.
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  • I'm Jonathan Evans.
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  • A 10-year-old refugee known for his artistic ability has held his first art show and donated all the money raised to a sick Serbian boy.
  • 2
  • Farhad Nouri has been called "the little Picasso" for his pictures and photographs. The Associated Press reported that examples of his work were shown in Belgrade.
  • 3
  • The boy has lived at a crowded migrant camp in the Serbian capital with his parents and two younger brothers for the past eight months.
  • 4
  • His family was forced to flee conflict and poverty in their home country of Afghanistan two years ago. They traveled through Greece and Turkey before arriving in Serbia.
  • 5
  • The boy's gift for art was recognized when he was taking language and painting training programs in Belgrade. Local aid groups organized the classes for refugees and migrants.
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  • "We quickly realized how talented he (Nouri) was and sent him to a painting school as well as a three-month photography workshop," said Edin Sinanovic. "So this is a retrospective of what he learned there."
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  • Sinanovic is with the Refugees Foundation, a non-government organization (NGO).
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  • Among Nouri's works shown on the grounds of a Belgrade cafe were his drawings of Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali and Harry Potter. His photos mostly include images from around the city.
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  • In addition to holding his first art show, "Farhad wanted to help someone," Sinanovic said. So he chose to give any money raised to a six-year-old Serbian boy who needs money for his treatment after brain cancer.
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  • Nouri said he wanted to help someone else as well to show how important it is to be good to other people.
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  • "We all need kindness," he said.
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  • The boy dreams of one day moving to Switzerland to become a painter and a photographer.
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  • I'm Jonathan Evans.
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  • The Associated Press news agency first reported on this story. George Grow adapted the report for VOA Learning English. Hai Do was the editor.
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  • Words in This Story
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  • migrant - n. a person who moves from place to place in an effort to find work
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  • workshop - n. a brief educational program for a relatively small group of people
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  • retrospective - n. a show or performance of works of an artist over a period of time
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  • drawing - n. a picture or image made with a pencil, pen or other writing instrument
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