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“A Floating World” at Europe Café: painting exhibition by Natalia Yampolskaia

Between March 11-31, we mark the arrival of spring by organizing a painting exhibition signed by a passionate and talented local painter. As part of the #InvestInWomen campaign, we support women realizing their dreams. Join us at Europe Café to see the paintings by Natalia Yampolskaia, as part of the “A Floating World” exhibition.

The exhibition contains more than 20 paintings presenting the story of a fragile, ever-changing reality from Japanese Ukiyo-e engravings.

Natalia Yampolskaia was born on the left side of the Dniester, in Tighina. Natalia is a lecturer, and associate professor in Fine Arts at the Higher College of Art, a member of the Union of Plastic Artists from Moldova.

Natalia’s works have been exhibited in Germany, Austria, France, Hungary, Ukraine, Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey, and Albania. Natalia is a beneficiary of the EU4Culture program, curator, and participant in the international art project of young Moldovan artists in Budapest and Berlin. Her works were presented at the Venice exhibition and presented at the Council of Europe in Strasbourg.

Between March 11-31, you have the opportunity to explore the infinity through lines, spots, colors, and shadows that complete an abstract world, full of spring mood.

You are welcome at Europe Café from Monday to Friday, between 09:00 and 18:00. Exhibition curator: Ekaterina Bulipopova.

The exhibition takes place as part of the #InvestInWomen #EmbraceEquity #WomenLikeYou campaign.