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Bulgarian Children's Artwork on Display in France
Bulgarian Children's Artwork on Display in France
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An exhibition of drawings by children from the Bulgarian north central city of Pleven will be on display in Saint-Victoret, France, from May 25 to June 6. The works were created under the Museum as a Muse project of the Iliya Beshkov Art Gallery, which brought together children of different ages.

The exhibition is organized at the invitation of the Provence Art Culture Association with the assistance of the Saint-Victoret town hall, as BTA learned from the project manager, Nevelina Yanakieva. The idea originated from the daughter of Pleven artist Lyubomir Angelov, Krasimira, who attended the Autumn Salon of Arts in Pleven. Apart from works by artists, her attention was drawn by the children’s creations.

"Krasimira liked these drawings, saw in them the freedom of gesture, emotion, and spontaneity, and said she wanted to exhibit them in France," Yanakieva said.

As many as 140 drawings will be put on display in Saint-Victoret.

They were inspired by the children's classes dedicated to Bulgarian artists Svetlin Rusev, Iliya Beshkov, and Vladimir Dimitrov, the Master.

"We deem these the most iconic artists. Svetlin Rusev shows the drama that Bulgarians dealt with and had to struggle through. Iliya Beshkov shows us how to overcome pain with a smile and self-mockery, and the Master shows us the ideal of nature and the virtues of people," the project manager added.

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