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The exhibition, entitled "Eternal color" aims to show the diversity of ethnic groups through artistic ideas and chromatics.

On July 21, at 16 p.m., at the National Museum of Ethnography and Natural History there will be organized an exhibition entitled "Eternal Colors", which will showcase the work of ten artists.

Elvira Cemortan-Voloşin (Moldova)
Eleonora Romanescu (Moldova)
Vitalii Tiseev (Moldova)
Natalia Procop (Moldova)
Cassandra J. Vainhouse (France)
Cezara Kolesnik (France)
Kassimir Savov (Bulgaria)
Helene Pavlopoulou (Greece)
Catherine Schuster (Russia)
Abbas Almosawi (Bahrain)

The exhibition, entitled "Eternal color" aims to show the diversity of ethnic groups through artistic ideas and chromatics. The event is organized in collaboration with the cultural center "Artel" and the gallery Europe's Art. The exhibition can be visited until 14 August and additional information can be found here.