Slovak paintings shown in Dublin

WORKS by Ladislav Mednyánszky, Anton Jaszuscha, Martin Benka, and Ľudovít Fulla represent Slovak art at the New Borders exhibition held at the National Gallery in Dublin, Ireland.

The show is subtitled Art from the New Member States of the European Union, indicating that, as well as Slovakia, it also presents top artists from all other EU candidate countries. The exhibition shows around 60 works dating from the end of the 19th to the middle of the 20th century, and will run until May 30.

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