Moldovan art exhibition opens in Katara
The Director General of the Katara Cultural Village Foundation, Professor Dr. Khalid bin Ibrahim Al Sulaiti and the Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of the Republic of Moldova to Qatar, Victor vircun with other officials at the exhibition.
Doha: Director General of the Katara Cultural Village Foundation, Professor Dr. Khalid bin Ibrahim Al Sulaiti inaugurated the “Communications” exhibition of 9 Moldovan artists in building 47.
The opening ceremony took place in the presence of the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Moldova in Qatar, HE Victor Ţvircun and several ambassadors, members of the diplomatic corps and artists
Commenting on the exhibition, Prof. Dr. Khalid bin Ibrahim Al Sulaiti said: “We are delighted with this exhibition, which presents a distinguished artistic experience of Moldova and an opportunity to learn more about contemporary Moldovan art.
He explained that this exhibition, which includes 38 paintings by the most famous artists of Moldova, was the result of the cooperation between Katara, the Embassy of Moldova and the National Museum of Moldova.
Dr. Al Sulaiti pointed out that all these works of art presented in this exhibition have already been presented in the most famous international exhibitions.
He pointed out that Katara is constantly working on presenting various art exhibitions from different countries in cooperation with embassies, which helps to forge strong bonds between cultures and nations.
In his speech, the Moldovan Ambassador said: “This exhibition is considered to be the first contemporary Moldovan art in Qatar.
He thanked Katara for the permanent cooperation in presenting the Moldovan events, which reflects the depth of bilateral relations between Qatar and Moldova. He also gave a painting as a gift to Dr Al Sulaiti.
The Ambassador praised the global cultural role played by Qatar throughout. He pointed out that Katara conveys the cultural message of Qatar to the world, that art connects people of different languages and cultures and makes the world more beautiful and peaceful.
Two of the artists, Theodor Zbernia, director of the Art Museum of Moldova, and Nikolai Bassio, expressed their happiness to be in this exhibition, stressing that the exhibition will allow the public to discover works by Moldovan artists from various schools. of art.
The exhibition will be held in Building 47, Gallery 2, until November 15, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.