Bratislava/Monte Carlo, September 14 (TASR) – Six Slovaks are presenting their artistic work at the traditional L’Art-Bre 2016 exhibition in Cap Martin park in the southern French town of Roquebrunne, TASR learnt on Wednesday.
The sixth annual exhibition is being organised under the auspices of Slovakia’s Presidency of the Council of the EU. The aforementioned Slovaks are sculptors Oto Bachorik, Juraj Cutek, Milan Lukac, Ivan Pavle and Maria Rudavska plus photographer and traveller Filip Kulisev.
“I’m glad that we can present Slovak art at this forum. French visitors to the exhibition can see the most beautiful parts of Slovakia, such as the High Tatra mountains, Spis Castle and the Liptov area in various seasons,” Kulisev, who’s presenting 11 photos at the exhibition, told TASR.
The exhibition was officially opened by Prince Albert II of Monaco, who received a copy of Kulisev’s new book ‘Element’. “Filip Kulisev via his beautiful and clear pictures adds gravity to the richness that we all often ignore and that could vanish tomorrow if we don’t do anything now,” said Prince Albert.
Works by all the Slovak artists will be displayed in the open air until October 16.
Kulisev has already put on almost 200 individual exhibitions in Slovakia and around the world. He’s published eight books that reflect the beauties and diversity of nature and tell his travel stories. He’s received the highest European degree – Master QEP (Qualified European Professional Photographer) in the nature category as well as the highest degree from the British Institute of Professional Photography – the Fellowship. Kulisev promotes the protection of biodiversity and natural heritage.