International exhibition of painting, icons, photography, tapestry and jewelry
April 22 – May 9, 2021, Aquarium Hall
The National Museum of the Romanian Peasant
The National Museum of the Romanian Peasant is waiting for you on Thursday, April 22, 2021, at 15.00, at the opening of the international exhibition of painting, icons, photography, tapestry, and jewelry, Balkan Interferences, which will take place at the Aquarium Hall.
Opening speech: Adina Moldova Țitrea, curator of the exhibition, and Dr. Marius Tița, art critic.
The exhibition brings together a number of 42 artists from Romania, Bulgaria, and Greece, countries belonging to the Balkan region, thus creating not only cultural bridges but also a new state of normality in this difficult period that influenced not only our lives but also our artistic activity.
Along with the Romanian artists, there will be artists from other Balkan countries and beyond. They will try in this way to promote, in the new cultural context, an extremely wide range of specific features, mentalities, customs, cultural and civilizational affiliations, which integrate Balkan interculturality.
The exhibition can be visited at the Aquarium Hall, until May 9, from Tuesday to Sunday, between 10.00 and 18.00. It is closed on Monday. The entry is free.