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Transitory Art Exhibition gathers renowned artists from all over the world at Katara

  • 18 January 2018
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Transitory Art Exhibition gathers renowned artists from all over the world at Katara



Tribune News Network - Doha : 

  In cooperation with the Portuguese Embassy to the State of Qatar, the Cultural Village Foundation- Katara organized an exhibition, under the name of; “Transitory Art” by the curator Francisco Lacerda. 

The exhibition was inaugurated in the presence of the Human Resources Manager of the Cultural Village Foundation- Katara, Mr@# Saif Al-Dosary, the diplomatic representative of the Embassy of Portugal to Qatar, Mr@# Pedro Layma, and the Envoys of; Algeria, Italy, Austria, Thailand, and Cyprus, and an elite of art enthusiasts, and media personnel. 

 The diplomatic representative of the Embassy of Portugal to Qatar, Mr@# Pedro Layma, stressed on the essential role that the Cultural Village Foundation- Katara undertakes when launching any event. He added, that the exhibition offers a variety of art-works by artists from different countries and carries a high artistic message that tends to open horizons for mutual acquaintance and coexistence amongst cultures. 

The curator Francisco Lacerda, was quoted saying; “The exhibition displayed a number of 30 paintings brushed by 15 artists from; Portugal, Russia, Japan, Argentine, United Kingdom, and Germany. The paintings, which almost took a year of preparation, addressed a wide array of artistic perspectives and techniques. I’ve chosen the Cultural Village to display this type of Arts as it is an ideal hub to display such paintings and is considered a cultural edifice that embeds diversified cultures and fine art.” The artist pointed out that he has presented a series of exhibitions in Portugal, Britain and Spain, and is about to host other exhibitions in; France, China and the United States of America. 

It is noteworthy that the exhibition will open its doors to the public until the 30th of January scheduled to continue in building 22 at the Cultural Village.  

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