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"Quiet Nature", the International Watercolor Bienniale at the National Historical Museum

  • 2/25/2021 10:14 AM
"Quiet Nature", the International Watercolor Bienniale at the National Historical Museum

The fourth edition of the International Watercolor Biennale"Quiet Nature"this year will take place at the National Historical Museum in its three main halls. This year's bienniale will feature works by 310 artists from 58 countries, starting from neighboring countries such as Kosovo, Italy, Greece, Germany, Serbia, and continuing with distant countries such as Australia, USA, Canada, China, Russia, South Korea, El Salvador, Costa Ricca, and as far away as Africa. Painter OrmiraLulani, co-organizer of the bienniale stated that for this year's edition there is a wide participation.

"It was a very wide participation as well as its previous editions. We are pleased that there has been a great interest of artists to be part of this activity", says Lulani in her reaction about this international activity, which is developed by the cultural association" VIZart ". The bienniale will take place from 13 -23 March 2021 and contains the names of world masters, well-known watercolor names, such as Alvaro Castagne, (Uruguay) SanislaëZoladz (Sweden), Jose- Luis Corella (Spain), Eftim G. Risto (Greece), AtanurDoga (Canada), Hong Shan (China), You Mee Park (Korea) La Fe Olga Litvinenko (Russia), etc. Co-organizer of this activity OrmiraLulani says that they are artists who with their works will please the eyes and the minds of the viewers.

/KlaraRuci/