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Love Without Borders in Tel-Aviv

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Love Without Borders in Tel-Aviv


20.03.2017

Russian Cultural Center, Tel-Aviv

Russian and Israel female designers introduced their art in Tel-Aviv, TASS informs. Love Without Borders exhibit takes place in Russian Cultural Center for the 9th time. It introduces various decorative works of female artists who live in Russia and Israel. Oils, decorative works, jewelry, embroidery, ceramics are on the view.

The head of the Cultural Center Natalia Yakimchuk has marked that this spring event has become a traditionally loved, favorite event. This year the exhibit comes as a part of the project Russia – Love Without Borders dedicated to the March, 8 Women Day celebration.

Open Market of the handmade works followed the exhibition. To adore and to buy unique art pieces in Russian Cultural Center is possible until the end of March.

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