Colours of Gozo exhibition opened at Il-Hagar Museum, Victoria
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An exhibition of 33 photographs by Salvatore Iozzi has been opened by Judge Giovanni Bonello at Il-Hagar Museum in Gozo, which will remain on display until the end of September.
Gozo Colori Kuluri Colours – is an exhibition of shots, developed in 40x60cm format by MV Color di Mario Viola (of Rende, Cosenza) and highlight festa aspects, buildings, nature and the sea.Iozzi is an Italian enamoured of the island, as noted by Judge Bonello and also confirmed by a ten-minute slide show in the same hall.
Three other temporary exhibitions at the museum are still running: St George icons, philately and aerial photos. Visitors can acquire photos, books and CDs.
Il-Hagar Museum is located in St George’s Square, Victoria. Opening hours are 9am-5pm seven days a week – entrance is free.