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Croatian artist’s graphic exhibit to run in Hue

Saturday, January 18, 2014, 17:24 GMT+7

An exhibit, “Imagine the disappearance”, by Croatian artist Marija Lopac, which is set to run in Hue from Jan 24 to Feb 14, will send viewers into a contemplative world with her unique graphic artworks.

Lopac’s artworks, to be showcased at the Phuong Nam Culture Center – Hue Crafts Village in Hue, are filled with circles of various sizes, colors and shades.

The circles, each of which is unique, are created by meticulously carving on industrial wood and printing onto paper. They provide different meanings in different perspectives.

“The drifting circles are indicative of our mindsets, memories, thoughts, fears and happiness, which are intricately intertwined and inseparable,” shared 31-year-old Lopac.  

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