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Eternally green dreams in the National artist’s gallery

Submitted on Friday, 20 February 2009No Comment
Eternally green dreams in the National artist’s gallery

After the successful presentation at the Triennale of modern art in Prague, where it stayed two months more than intended, and after being shown at the Pantheon in Lisabon, the piece of art “Never never land – Eternally green dreams” of dr. architect Boiko Kadinov was put on display in the national artist’s gallery.

“Never never land – Eternally green dreams” was created as a traveling sculpture on the invitation of the European union and is a part of the strategic project “Re-reading the Future”. Bearing visions of different geographical locales, the travelling sculpture of the architect Kadinov awaits the Bulgarian audience. It’s success to the West gives a relative measure of hope that nature is becoming a more valued asset of everyday life.

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