BELGRADE — The site was the National Gallery in Belgrade, Serbia and the exhibit featured young talents from many countries.
“Art without Borders” was the title of the show that opened on June 25, with works by artists from Georgia, Serbia, Rumania, Armenia and Saudi Arabia. Arman Hambardzumyan, a young sculptor from Yerevan was there, with Guy Ghayanchyan, Aram Engibaryan, Hakob Vardanyan, Silvia Simonyan and Narek Aleqkyan. Also on display were works by four Armenians who were unable to be present personally: Romeo Melikyan, Zhora Gasparyan, Sarin Voskyan and Hayk Ghayaryan.
Dragan Georgevich, a private gallery owner and art patron, organized the exhibition, which was well attended and drew media attention.