Exhibition in Ljubljana
32 works of art from Guri Madhi has been exhibited in the Slovenian capital Ljubljana during 18th-27th April 2017. The exhibition was held in Visconti Fine Art Gallery under the very professional support of its directors Živa and Lazar Vujić.
The opening ceremony gathered many people from the art scenery, art critiques, Slovenian authorities, ambassadors and diplomats, businessmen, Albanians living in Slovenia, mentioning here representatives from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the former Minister of Culture and the former Minister of Environment, former Presidents of the Slovenian National Assembly Jožef Školč and Janez Podobnik, the Ambassadors of the USA, the Netherlands, Ukraine, Italy, France etc. The exhibition was a collaboration between the Embassy of Albania in Slovenia directed by Mr. Ambassador Pellumb Qazimi and the general honorary consul of the Republic of Slovenia in the Republic of Albania Mr. Edvin Libohova.
The President of the National Council of Slovenia Mitja Bervar led the ceremony emphasizing the importance of the cultural exchange between the two countries. Later on, he presented Guri Madhi as an “Albanian myth” of an European significance.
The works of art depict the artist’s distinguished periods, starting from themes such as Albania’s history and evolving into an expressionistic art.