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Exhibition dubbed Art in Embassies opens in Belgrade

23. June 2011. | 11:53

Source: Tanjug

U.S. Ambassador to Serbia Mary Warlick opened the exhibition of works of Serbian and American artists at her residence in Belgrade Wednesday evening, within the U.S. Department of State's Art in Embassies Program (AIEP).

U.S. Ambassador to Serbia Mary Warlick opened the exhibition of works of Serbian and American artists at her residence in Belgrade Wednesday evening, within the U.S. Department of State's Art in Embassies Program (AIEP).

Warlick presented 21 art pieces of Serbian and American artists to the numerous cultural and public figures.

Since 1963, the U.S. Department of State has been strengthening diplomatic ties through the AIEP program, Warlick said.

The aim of the exhibition is to point to the strong ties between Serbia and the U.S. through modern works of American and Serbo-American artists, she added.

The pieces were selected by the ambassador herself, who said that she was guided by her wish to present contemporary artists, mainly from the U.S., as well as her love for living colors.

The works will be on display at the residence until Warlick's departure from Serbia.

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