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In Krementsi opened the exhibition of Ukrainian and Polish painters exhibition

icons, written during the fourth international festival in Volyn iconography, opened recently in Kremenets Humanitarian Pedagogical Academy Shevchenko initiated artistic Impreza, the representatives of the Consulate General of Poland in Lutsk, PAVolynskyi municipalities National Union of Artists of Ukraine, the State Historical and Cultural Reserve in Dubna (Rivne) and Kremenetsko Academy. At the opening ceremony were Consul of Poland in Lutsk Krzysztof Sawicki, chairman of the Volyn National Union of Artists of Ukraine Volodymyr Marchuk, director Whererzhavnoho historical and cultural city of Dubno reserve Leonid Kychatyy. Visitors to this unusual art vernissage - staff and students of the Academy, and other educational institutions of cultural Kremenets, the public, members of local artistic groups "Hladuschyk", "palette", "Inspiration" - had an opportunity to look over forty works of 19krayinskyh and 10 Polish painters. Particular attention was drawn icon-painting canvases former ternopolyanyna, the head of the sacred art of Lviv National Academy of Arts, People's Artist of Ukraine, Professor Roman Vasylyk "Pochaevskaya Virgin" and "Virgin of Czestochowa" Polish artist Joanna Zabahlo "Burning Qpyna "Warsaw artist Tomas Avdzeychyka" Holy Heavenly Court "and" Partaking of the sacrament saints. " Traditional international festival of iconography - a striking example of long-term cooperation of NGOs and institutions of Ukraine and Poland, and the purpose of plein air exhibitions and cycles is the realization of spiritual dialogue between artists who practice both East andestern Christianity. The idea of ??international festival of iconography is the need for Ukrainian-Polish creative dialogue in sacred art, acquainted with the religious context of Byzantine and Roman iconography, cultural interpenetration spiritual influences of East and West. This was reported in the Ternopil Regional State Administration