An A to Z of Romania – Through the Lenses of Expat Women exhibit, until June 24

Newsroom 13/06/2011 | 18:23

After their success last year with their photographic exhibition entitled Romania Through the Lenses of Expat Women, this women’s group is coming back with a sequel, An A to Z of Romania, Through the Lenses of Expat Women which opened on May 28th at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Bucharest and will last until June 24.

Organized by a group of amateur female photographers, the exhibition presents a new perspective on Romania. United by a passion for photography, the 38 women all have distinctly different backgrounds and they come from 20 different nations. One finds women from as far afield as Austria, Belgium, Canada, Croatia, the Czech Republic, England, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Pakistan, Poland, Scotland, Slovakia, Spain, South Africa, Turkey, the USA, and Wales – the group even includes three from Romania, coming back here after spending some years abroad, having a perspective of being an ‘expat’.

All the prints exhibited at the Crowne Plaza are available for sale and the exhibitors have also produced a photo book presenting even more photographs of Romania. All of the funds raised from the sale of prints and books will be donated to the causes the photographers are involved in here in Romania. The Romanian NGOs that have been nominated this year to receive support from the project are Casa Ioana, Fundatia Inocenti, Hope for Health, Light into Europe, Asociatia Little People, Mia’s Children, Our Lady of Mercy, Second Chance Romania and Tedi si Copiii.

The Exhibition will be displayed in the Foyer Magnolia of the Crowne Plaza Hotel for four weeks.


Corina Dumitrescu

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