UNESCO Ambassador of Peace Sculptor Hedva Ser to Exhibit and Bring Together Israel and Palestine Cultural Bridge at Gallerie Sparta
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – For the first time ever in North America, internationally renowned French-Israeli born artist, Hedva Ser, will exhibit a solo show of her gorgeous contemporary bronze sculptures at the new French International Fine Art Gallerie Sparta in West Hollywood!
Included in the exhibition is Ser’s world acclaimed monumental scale “Tree Of Peace” that has come to deﬁne her commitment to promoting peace in the world. This sculpture has been placed in many signiﬁcant locations around the globe including The Hebrew University in Jerusalem and at The Al Quds University in Palestine.
Hedva Ser, who was honored in 2011 as a UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) Artist for Peace, will be joined by Buzz Aldrin, Forrest Whitaker, Herbie Hancock, Placido Domingo, Quincy Jones, as well as the French Consulate General and other International representatives / UNESCO artists for the “Opening Night Reception” (November 7th) and the “Candlelight Dinner For Peace” (November 14th).
These exclusive events at Gallerie Sparta (8641 Sunset Blvd.) on the famed Sunset Plaza, will honor Serʼs involvement in promoting World Peace through cultural efforts and help bring together the Israel and Palestine cultural bridge with the “Tree of Peace” and other celebrated sculptures by Ser.
“I am beyond thrilled to bring my sculptures to Los Angeles to Gallerie Sparta, reaching out for a dialog for peace and to touch people’s souls through my art.”