Bútora exhibits his embassy collection

FORMER Slovak ambassador to the USA, Martin Bútora, and his wife, Zora Bútorová, presented a collection of Slovak art works, which has been exhibited in their American residence for over four years, to the Slovak public on September 27.

FORMER Slovak ambassador to the USA, Martin Bútora, and his wife, Zora Bútorová, presented a collection of Slovak art works, which has been exhibited in their American residence for over four years, to the Slovak public on September 27.

The exhibition, entitled Freedom & Beauty, opened at the At Home Gallery in the western Slovak town of Šamorín in the presence of some of the artists who loaned the works to Bútora during his embassy mission. The exhibition (open from Wednesday to Sunday, from 14:00 to 18:00) will run until October 12. The gallery is located in the Jewish Synagogue on Mliečňanská Street.

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