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Symbolic Code of Anka Buric Revealed
Serbian-Montenegran Artist Opens "Process" Exhibition
Anka Buric's exhibition in Seoul

The Serbian-Montenegro Embassy recently hosted a reception for the opening of an exhibition of drawings and paintings by the famous Serbian-Montenegran artist Anka Buric.

The "Process" exhibition that opened on March 6, 2006 at the Samsung Raemian Gallery, marks a new phase in the artists work as she incorporates and explores the meanings and feelings associated with that most romantic of drops - wine.

It was supported by the Samsung Raemian Gallery and the Montenegran Ministry of Culture.

"Process," features her unique form of symbolic, archetypal code rendered in red wine, and includes 36 works with titles like "Process6," "Sun5," and "Light." All of which incorporate strong geometric shapes like triangles, rectangles, and circles as well as prints made from the artists hands or feet.

Zoran Veljic, ambassador of Serbia-Montenegro (right) with Anka Buric at her exhibition in Seoul on March 6, 2006

Zoran Veljic, Amb of Serbia-Montenegro delivered a short speech to celebrate the opening of the exhibition. Anka Buric was also in attendance to answer any questions that curious art fans may have had about her highly symbolic works.

During the reception, Rederico Alberto Bonzalez Franco Amb. of Paraguay, Alfredo F. Ungo Amb. of El Salvador, Adolfo Carafi Amb. of Chile, Guillermo Quintero Amb. of Venezuela, Jakob Tobing Amb. of Indonesia, Hector Balvan Amb. of Dominican Republic, were also in attendance to give a greeting at the event.

For more details or information you can call the Samsung Raemian Gallery on: 02-765-3304 or contact the Serbian-Montenegran Embassy in Seoul.






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