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Slovak art in Salzburg

ANOTHER artistic project organised in connection with the EU enlargement is Central: New Art from New Europe, initiated by Austria at the Max Gandolf Bibliothek in Salzburg and running until the end of August.

ANOTHER artistic project organised in connection with the EU enlargement is Central: New Art from New Europe, initiated by Austria at the Max Gandolf Bibliothek in Salzburg and running until the end of August.

The exhibition focuses on the youngest art of central and eastern Europe. It features works by artists from Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania, Serbia and Montenegro, Slovenia, and Slovakia, which is being represented by Erik Binder, Marko Blažo, and Marek Kvetan.

After Austria, the exhibition will travel to the countries of the exhibiting artists.

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