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[Editor’s note: Farkhunda Malikzadaw was beaten to death by a mob in 2015 after being falsely accused of burning a Koran]. Washington, National Gallery of Art, 100 Paintings and Drawings from the Collection of Mr. 48 (ill.); traveled to Moscow, Pushkin Museum, June 10–July 30, 1988. Nagaoka, Japan, Niigata Prefectural Museum of Modern Art, Masterworks of Modern Art from The Art Institute of Chicago, April 20–May 29, 1994, pp. 22 (ill.); traveled to the Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art, Nagoya, June 10–July 24, 1994, and the Yokohama Museum of Art, August 6–September 25, 1994. The Art Institute of Chicago, Picasso in Chicago, February 3–March 31, 1968, pp. Leningrad, Hermitage Museum, Ot Delakrua do Matissa, March 15–May 10, 1988, cat. Christian Zervos, Pablo Picasso I (Paris: Cahiers d’Art, 1932), p. 36 (ill.), as Girl with a Pitcher; traveled to Los Angeles County Museum of Art, September 21–November 2, 1967. The Art Institute of Chicago, The Art of the Edge: European Frames 1300–1900, October 17–December 14, 1986, as Girl With Pitcher. Joan Merli, Picasso (Buenos Aires: Editorial Poseidon, 1948), n.p., fig. Pierre Daix and Georges Boudaille, Picasso 1900-1906: catalogue raisonné de l'oeuvre peint (Neuchâtel: Editions Ides et Calendes, 1966), pp. An Afghan singer and TV star publicly burned a figure-hugging skin-coloured jumpsuit after she was criticised for wearing it at a concert in Paris.
The outfit caused controversy because the beige colour made it look as though she was naked on stage, with her detractors accusing it of being un-Islamic.
If I hadn’t worn this dress, child marriage would still be happening.
Young girls would still be married off against their will.
If it weren’t for this dress, apparently, everything would be fine in our country. I wish the people who protested against my clothing, who were making such a fuss about it — I wish they would talk about the real problems in Afghanistan.
This whole controversy is ridiculous and unfortunate… I had no idea that Afghan citizens were so touchy about skin-coloured clothing. If I hadn’t worn this dress, there would still be paedophilia in Afghanistan.
Aryana Sayeed responded by posting a video on Facebook of her setting the dress on fire, writing in the caption, “Today we resolve one of the biggest current problems of Afghanistan so we can start focusing on other bigger problems!