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Azerbaijani artists’ works in VIC

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Vienna International Centre (VIC) will host an exhibition titled “Echo of the Colors” by Azerbaijani artists Dilshad Imanova and Narmin Abdullayeva.

The event devoted to Novruz Holiday aims to inform guests about the rich and colorful traditions and culture of Azerbaijan, also known as the Land of Fire.

The opening of the exhibition is scheduled for March 22, where President of the VIC Art Club, Raymond Nader will give an opening speech and introduce the artists and their works to the participants of the exhibition.
Both young artists, Narmin and Dilshad brought to Vienna a very rich collection of their paintings that would delight the audience and introduce them the homeland of the artists, its traditions and the art culture. The artworks are mainly devoted to Novruz.

Through an interaction with art, the young artists seek to serve as inspiration for young artists. The exhibition will turn into a great event for both the artists as well as the participants, where the people will exchange their opinions, provide their feedback and assess the artworks.

The exhibition will run until April 01, 2016.

The Vienna International Centre (VIC), colloquially also known as UNO City in Vienna, is the campus and building complex hosting United Nations organizations in Vienna, Austria.

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2016.03.15 / 13:48
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