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January 2019

Photo exhibition: Wild Heart of Europe

7 January @ 8:00 am - 30 June @ 5:00 pm EET
Europa building, Rue de la Loi/Wetstraat 155
Bruxelles, Belgium
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The exhibition is on display in the Forum area of the Europa building. Several prize-awarded wild-life photographers have contributed with pictures showcasing Romania’s rich biodiversity. Curator: George-Dian Balan https://tvnewsroom.consilium.europa.eu/events/2019-romanian-eu-presidency/2019-romanian-eu-presidency-decorations-2019-romanian-eu-presidency-de-8239/75785  

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Exhibition: Construction / Communication Art at EP. Works of Art from Romania

22 January - 30 June
Altiero Spinelli building, Place du Luxembourg 1047 Ixelles
Bruxelles, Belgium
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Curator on behalf of the Romanian Presidency of the EU Council: Emilia Persu It has become a tradition for each Member State that holds the Presidency of the Council of the European Union to showcase national works of art from the collection of the European Parliament and contemporary creations from domestic collections, brought together under an integrated concept. Romania could be no exception. The Construction/Communication art exhibition, currently on display at the European Parliament in Brussels, is an invitation to…

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February 2019

3D cut art Exhibition – Connexions. Artist: Radu Poleac

13 February @ 8:00 am - 30 June @ 5:00 pm EET
Lex Building, Rue de la Loi/Wetstraat 145
Bruxelles, Belgium
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Opening in the presence of the artist – 13 February 2019. The exhibition of Radu Stefan Poleac (https://www.radustefanpoleac.com/), a rising talent on the Belgian art scene, will put on display a series of spectacular artworks created in the 3D cut art technique. The exhibition will be organised together with the Romanian Translation Unit within the General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union. The works will be on display until the end of the Romanian Presidency.

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