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Uzbek Artist's 'Mega-Painting' Unveiled In Praguei
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July 13, 2012
A 66-meter-long painting by Uzbek artist Lekim Ibragimov has been unveiled in the Czech capital, Prague. Titled "One Thousand Angels and One Painting," the work is an interpretation of the tales of "One Thousand and One Nights" and is made up of 1,000 individual canvases. Ibragimov says he hopes that bringing the painting to Central Europe will help create a bridge between East and West. (Video by RFE/RL)

Uzbek Artist's 'Mega-Painting' Unveiled In Prague

Published 13 July 2012

A 66-meter-long painting by Uzbek artist Lekim Ibragimov has been unveiled in the Czech capital, Prague. Titled "One Thousand Angels and One Painting," the work is an interpretation of the tales of "One Thousand and One Nights" and is made up of 1,000 individual canvases. Ibragimov says he hopes that bringing the painting to Central Europe will help create a bridge between East and West. (Video by RFE/RL)


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by: Martin from: Prague
July 14, 2012 19:51
Today Saturday I went to Vistavishte arene to see that painting. I discovered that the wind already destroyed that gigant art wark. There was a notice exhibition has stopped because of weather conditions.