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The exhibition "Parallel 42 - A Circle of Humanity" from the Imago Mundi collection, opened at COD - Center For Openness And Dialogue. COD expresses a journey through art, along parallel 42! The exhibition at COD near the Prime Minister's Office is curated by Elton Koritari and Albes Fusha. Differences, references, connections: 10x12 cm works by over 3200 artists in an exhibition, which aims to break down the walls and unite the visions along parallel 42. A figurative journey around the world, in the northern hemisphere along parallel 42, offers us "Parallel 42 - A Circle of Humanity ", the new exhibition by the Imago Mundi Foundation, at the invitation of COD. Curated by Elton Koritari and Albes Fusha, the curatorial text about the exhibition states that the idea for it has its roots in the global pandemic. "A terrible and unexpected moment in time that made us discover a common destiny and awareness. As the troublesome return to normalcy unfolds, boiling questions, always present, reappear: the era of walls that had emerged behind us is forcibly returning to the scene, and we are witnessing the erection of fences and barriers, many of which, in in fact, in places that intersect from parallel 42 ", it is said for" Parallel 42-A Circle of Hymanity ". The exhibition according to the curators offers an invitation to tear down these walls, real and ideological, and to recognize in their place a common direction, that common thread that moves unseen bringing us closer to each other. "The era of the walls that appeared behind us is coming back strongly to the stage, and we are witnessing the erection of fences and barriers, many of which, in fact, at the intersections of parallel 42," said Parallel 42-A Circle. of Hymanity ”. The exhibition according to the curators offers an invitation to tear down these walls, real and ideological, and to recognize in their place a common direction, that common thread that moves without being seen bringing us closer to each other. "The era of the walls that had appeared behind us is coming back strongly to the stage, and we are witnessing the erection of fences and barriers, many of which, in fact, at the intersections of parallel 42," said Parallel 42-A Circle. of Hymanity ”. The exhibition according to the curators offers an invitation to tear down these walls, real and ideological, and to recognize in their place a common direction, that common thread that moves unseen bringing us closer to each other.

Imago Mundi Travel

Imago Mundi's journey begins in Albania, historically a European crossroads, between West and East: from the Greeks to the Romans, from the Slavs to the Ottomans, who made it a mixture of cultures that intertwined, influencing each other. The curatorial text follows that the route along parallel 42 continues through Europe, Asia and America: Turkey and Georgia, a world between two continents. Russia and a number of former Soviet republics and regions, with their history of monasteries and mosques; Mongolia, China and Japan, countries that are in many respects close and equally distant; North Korea, an almost inaccessible place where art nevertheless manages to penetrate. Canada, with its boundless spaces, and the United States, the essential expression of Western culture; and finally, the Old Continent, with the common Latin roots of Portugal, Spain, France and Italy, and the Danube and Balkan landscapes of Bulgaria, which take us back to where this exploration began. "At the end of the journey, a discovery awaits us: art unites where history, politics or geography share, in the name of a common ideal of beauty that transcends borders and crosses mountains, deserts, plains and oceans," Elton said in a curatorial text. Koritari and Albes Fusha. The exhibition, which opened on November 12, runs until the end of this year. in the name of a common ideal of beauty that transcends borders and crosses mountains, deserts, plains and oceans ", it is said in the curatorial text by Elton Koritari and Albes Fusha. The exhibition, which opened on November 12, runs until the end of this year. in the name of a common ideal of beauty that transcends borders and crosses mountains, deserts, plains and oceans ", it is said in the curatorial text by Elton Koritari and Albes Fusha. The exhibition, which opened on November 12, runs until the end of this year.