Update of Global Village Creartists exhibit in Hungary, TRANSFER Mail Art and THE GLOBAL VILLAGE FLAG FOR LOVE&PEACE 2016

Great news from Victor Vidal, two great art piece will be exhibited in Hungary May 6, 2016.









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1) 73 postcards for Transfer theme


at The Hungarian National Museum - Esztergom Castle, Museum Rondella Gallery, in Esztergom, Hungary, (http://kaleidoszkophaz.hu/index.php/en/rondella) with vernissage May 6, 2016.


"Dear friends, we are getting close to the deadline (april 17), 73 artworks had been produced.Really a fantastic event. The art works are soon traveling to Hungary. Therefore I bought a little suitcase."

The following countries are represented: Perú, Japan, Holland, USA, Belgium, Italy, Hungary, India, Canada, Spain, Argentina, England, Portugal, Croatia, France, Greece, Germany and Denmark. Thanks to all.. Thanks to all.









Contribution of Krisztina Asztalos:




 2) "Getting ready to travel for an exhibition in Hungary
THE GLOBAL VILLAGE FLAG FOR LOVE&PEACE

at The Hungarian National Museum - Esztergom Castle, Museum Rondella Gallery, in Esztergom, Hungary, (http://kaleidoszkophaz.hu/index.php/en/rondella) with vernissage May 6, 2016.
It is composed of 150 contributions. Each contribution is a visual poem of 30cm x 30 cm. Some in oil, acrylic, aquarelle, drawings, printing, sewing, or patchworks. The total dimension: 3m x 4.5m. This virtual art installation can be materialized in an exhibition in a big wall. This has been done in: MUSICON, Roskilde, Denmark; VASAC, Slagelse, Denmark and World Cultural Centre, Copenhagen, Denmark and in Germany (Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Bayern). The contributions are:
50 from DENMARK, 14 from ARGENTINA, 12 GERMANY, 5 from PORTUGAL, 2 from BELGIUM, 2 from BRAZIL, 2 from GREECE, 2 from PERU, 2 from SWEDEN, 2 from UK, 2 from SPAIN, 1 from CANADA, 1 from HUNGARY, 1 from ITALY, 1 from LIBYA and the rest anonymous. The contributors are a mix of professional artist, amateurs, children, disabled persons, etc."