Monday, July 13, 2009

Three in one in Danubiana

Fifteen kilometres south of Bratislava at the edge of a narrow peninsula in the middle of the great Danube you will find one of Europe’s youngest Museums of Modern Art. A visit to Danubiana is an inspiring experience by itself, as it is located where Slovakia, Austria and Hungary meet, against a backdrop of wide water way and high sky. A good opportunity to visit from September to November is the presentation of three exhibitions at the same time: works by painters Bert Loerakker and Milan Paštéka from the Netherlands and Slovakia respectively, alongside sculptures by Slovak artist Rudolf Uher.

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