Seventh season of the Italian culture in Bosnia and Herzegovina commences on Thursday with the opening of exhibition ‘Italy. The (In)visible stories’ at 2000 hrs in Banja Luka Museum of Contemporary Art.

The exhibition is organized by the Glocal Project Consulting in collaboration with the Central Institute for Demo-ethno-anthropology and the Museum of Civilizations in Rome, and promoted by UNESCO and the Italian Embassy to Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Statement issued by the Italian Embassy reads that the exhibition focuses on popular tradition as a part of the Italian immaterial heritage, which is not limited to monuments, but extended to various objects, rituals, handicrafts, practices and ceremonial events.

Works of 15 contemporary Italian artists will be presented at the exhibition, through audio-visual sections depicting various events - ranging from famous processions to documentary movies focusing on Italian cuisine and traditional music.

The same exhibition has been on display in Armenia, Argentina and Chile.

‘Italy. The (In)visible stories’ will remain open in Banja Luka until October 18.