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ЯRMARKA (YARMARKA), annual exhibition and art fair at the Latvian Academy of Art

This is the ninth year of JARMARKA — exhibition of students’ work, fair, and charity event — taking place. Approximately 300 artists will participate in JARMARKA, offering several thousands of unique pieces of art. Don’t miss the opportunity not only to get acquainted with the work of new talents and already distinguished artists, but also to buy presents for yourself and others. A part of the profit will be donated to the restoration of LMA building for renewing and preserving the largest Art Nouveau wall painting in Riga.

Find more at - http://www.jarmarka.org/2011


Studentu darbu izstāde, gadatirgus un labdarības akcija JARMARKA šogad notiek atkal - jau 9. gadu. JARMARKĀ piedalīsies ap 300 mākslinieku ar vairākiem tūkstošiem unikālu mākslas darbu. Tā ir iespēja ne tikai iepazīt jaunos talantus un aplūkot atzītu mākslinieku svaigākos darbus, bet arī iegādāties dāvanas sev un citiem. Daļa no peļņas tiks ziedota LMA restaurācijai - lielākā jūgendstila sienu gleznojuma Rīgā atjaunošanai un saglabāšanai.

Vairāk - http://www.jarmarka.org/2011

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Copyright: Vil Muhametshin
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Taken: 15/12/2011
送信日: 19/12/2011
更新日: 25/03/2015


Tags: mākslas akadēmija; art; fair; paintings; riga; Рига; Латвия; latvija
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