The first edition of this cultural event initiated and implemented by the Asociatia Liber la Educatie, Cultura si Sport (Freedom for Education, Culture and Sport Association) brought together amazing works performed by the professional calligraphers, artists ✍️ from different parts of the world: from Asia to North America, from Europe to Latin America.
The International Calligraphy Exhibition is hosted between 24th - 30th of October 2019 by our partner Romanian Cultural Institute and between 8th of November - 15th of December 2019 by our partner National Museum of Natural History “Grigore Antipa”.
The theme of this year was: Biodiversity, the human-nature communion exposed through artistic calligraphic works that created oportunity for:
Exchanging of ideas, information, arts and other aspects of international culture;
Discovering the specificity of writing in different international languages;
Recognition of international artists in the field of visual arts;
Awareness of the human-nature relationship exposed in different forms.
For implementing this cultural event in Romania, we had the support of amazing people from 23 countries listed in alphabetical order:
Brasil🇧🇷, Bulgaria🇧🇬,Colombia🇨🇴, Czech Republic🇨🇿, France🇫🇷, Germany🇩🇪, Greece🇬🇷, Hungary🇭🇺, Iceland🇮🇸, India🇮🇳, Indonesia🇮🇩, Israel🇮🇱, Italy🇮🇹, Japan🇯🇵, Kazakhstan🇰🇿, Moldova Republic🇲🇩, Peru🇵🇪, Poland🇵🇱, Romania🇷🇴, Russia🇷🇺, Ukraine🇺🇦, United States of America🇺🇸, South Africa🇿🇦
BRASIL is represented by Claudio Gill and Thiago Reginato with their beautiful calligraphic works described below:
ITALY is represented by Fernando Lembo di Pino and Giorgio Gaetani with their beautiful works described below:
JAPAN is represented by Kazuko Tanzawa, Keiji Hirayama and Ildiko Ogasawara with their beautiful works described below:
Kazuko Tanzawa, Profesional Calligrapher - manages the TANZAWA Calligraphy & Penmanship School 20 years of calligraphy class 40 years of calligraphy
Keiji Hirayama, Calligrapher at Tokyo Imperial Hotel
KAZAKHSTAN is represented by Bakhyt Kadyrova with her beautiful work described below:
MOLDOVA REPUBLIC is represented by Alexandru Codimschii with his beautiful work described below:
Alexandru Codimschii, Calligrapher & Graphic Designer
PERU is represented by Gerson del Águila with his beautiful work described below:
POLAND is represented by Barbara Galińska with her beautiful work described below:
Her Majesty The Queen Elisabeth of Romania
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA is represented by John DeCollibus and Rick Paulus with their beautiful calligraphic works described below:
Rick Paulus, Chief Calligrapher at White House during the administrations of Bill Clinton and George W. Bush
SOUTH AFRICA is represented by Cecile Walters with her beautiful calligraphic work described below: