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Children's Art at Botanical Gardens
June 11, 2008   
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An exhibition of artwork by children from more than 40 countries is on display at the Botanical Gardens of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Powsin on the southern outskirts of Warsaw.

The exhibition comprises some of the best works submitted to the 38th World School Children's Art Exhibition held in 2006 in Taipei. The displayed selection of works from 40 countries has been on a world tour ever since. It arrived in Poland this year thanks to Andrzej Wawrzyniak, director of the Asia and Pacific Museum in Warsaw.

Some of the most interesting works on display are award-winning paintings by Polish and Taiwanese children. They stand out with their mature approach to painting and references to the traditions of the two countries. Works by Taiwanese children show the everyday life of Taiwan and its exceptional beauty, which once earned Taiwan the nickname "Beautiful Island" from the first visitors to this country from Europe.

Open until June 25
Fangorówka Gallery, Botanical Gardens of the Polish Academy of Sciences, 2 Prawdziwka St., Warsaw-Powsin
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