French art festival invites Slovakia

THE INTERNATIONAL fine art salon Puls ďArt, which runs in the French town of Le Mans over a two-month period, has invited Slovakia to be its main guest, the news agency TASR reported.
The Slovak part of the presentation, which features works by Daniel Fischer, Oto Bachorík, Milan Lukáč, and Dorota Sadovská, opened on May 5 at the Paul Courboulay Hall and will run until May 29.

THE INTERNATIONAL fine art salon Puls ďArt, which runs in the French town of Le Mans over a two-month period, has invited Slovakia to be its main guest, the news agency TASR reported.

The Slovak part of the presentation, which features works by Daniel Fischer, Oto Bachorík, Milan Lukáč, and Dorota Sadovská, opened on May 5 at the Paul Courboulay Hall and will run until May 29. Viktor Hulík will exhibit his works at the Théatre Municipal Gallery from May 21 to June 18.

The key days of the festival will be from May 19 to 23, when over 50 artists from France and other countries will present to the public at the Cité des Arts.

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