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Slovak illustrators exhibit in France

THE DIRECTOR of the Slovak Institute in Paris, Viera Polakovičová, recently opened an exhibition in the western French town of Angouleme that features Slovak works awarded between 1967 and 2001, as well as international works awarded at the Biennale of Illustrations Bratislava 2001 and 2003.

THE DIRECTOR of the Slovak Institute in Paris, Viera Polakovičová, recently opened an exhibition in the western French town of Angouleme that features Slovak works awarded between 1967 and 2001, as well as international works awarded at the Biennale of Illustrations Bratislava 2001 and 2003.

Visitors can see works by Slovak artists Albín Brunovský, Viera Bombová, Ondrej Zimka, and Dušan Kállay, and foreign illustrators like Iku Dekune from Japan, Isol Misenta from Argentina, and Armin Greder from Switzerland. The project was organised by the Movement Européen association in Angouleme, which has been preparing a series of celebrations with all the new EU member states throughout the year, the SITA news agency reported.

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