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Tolerance opening in Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina

Today was the opening for the Tolerance traveling poster show in Sarajevo at 12pm in front of the Academy of Fine Arts. The exhibition was opened by Ambassador Lars-Gunnar Wigemark, (head of the EU Delegation in BiH), then prof. Marina Finci (Dean of the Academy of Fine Arts in Sarajevo) and Ajša Beširević (Representative of POP-UP! Sarajevo), on the occasion of Europe Day with the support of the EU Delegation to BiH and EU Info Center in BiH. Designers of Tolerance posters: Milton Glaser (USA), Yuko Shimizu (Japan), Paula Scher (USA), Novi kolektivizem (Slovenia), Istvan Orosz (Hungary), Peter Bankov (Russia), Jumping He (China), Fons Hickmann m23 (Germany), Michel Bouvet (France), Chaz Maviyanne-Davies (Zimbabwe), Alejandro Magallanes (Mexico), David Tartkover (Israel), Sue Coe (Great Britain), Anette Lenz (France), Tarek Atrissi (Lebanon), Hamza Abdel (Jordan), Mwalimu Saki Mafundikwa (Zimbabwe), Studio Sarp Sozdinler (Turkey), Reza Abedini (Iran), Felipe Taborda (Brazil), Manuel Estrada (Spain), Srdja Dragovic (Montenegro), Xiao Yong (China), Anur Hadziomerspahic (Bosnia and Herzegovina) Here are some links to the press coverage of the show: Radio SarajevoKlixFokusDepo PortalHere are a few pictures from the opening:


Poster designed by Sandro Drinovac


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