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BIL exhibition: Iva Mrázková “Who Owns the Rain?”

Following her first exhibition in 2014, Iva Mrázková returns to BIL’s Galerie Indépendance with “Who Owns the Rain?” from 28 February 2020.

The result of deep reflection, the works of “Who Owns the Rain?” provide a space for contemplation. Iva Mrázková, a painter and sculptor, shares her story, her art and her vision of the world. Trained at the prestigious Academy of Fine Arts in Prague, she developed her skills and passion for the masters at Prague’s museums and galleries. She has been breaking down conventions and alternating between painting and sculpture throughout her career. Iva Mrázková has never been afraid to send messages through her artwork. She has been through the pain of migration and trying to fit in, but through her work, she has made her mark on Luxembourg’s society and the country’s artistic landscape.

The “Who Owns the Rain?” exhibition is part of the bank’s mission to support artists and to introduce the public to new perspectives. Supporting art and culture is one of the four pillars of BIL’s corporate social responsibility policy (CSR), along with innovation, education and health. With this exhibition, the bank reaffirms its role in the economic, social and cultural development of Luxembourg.

Iva Mrázková’s exhibition “Who Owns the Rain?” is open to the public on business days from 8am to 6pm, 28 February to 22 May 2020 at the Galerie Indépendance, 69, route d’Esch, Luxembourg.

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