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Le Meridien hosts first solo art exhibition

The VIP preview of Labro Retro Futura included pianist Trica Dawn Williams, who performed ‘The Forbidden’, a piano composition by Maltese composer Ruben Zahra.

4 March 2015, 9:05am
Le Méridien St Julians Hotel & Spa presents their first solo art exhibition ‘Labro Retro Futura’ curated by their art curator Claude Camilleri. A VIP preview was held on Friday 27 February while the exhibition is open for viewing until 22 March at the new gallery of the hotel on level 1.

Labro, the mind behind this enticing experience is a French neo expressionist artist and the winner of La Biennale Malta in 2013. "Labro's work has a similar quality to Picasso," claims Dame Francois Tempra, the founder-president of the Malta Biennale.

"Seemingly psychedelic, Labro’s artwork is a celebration of spiritual freedom that shows a world in change, living, breathing and in constant motion. Sophie Dali believes that Labro’s artwork is ‘surreal, captivating and comples where the viewer is given an experience beyond norm."

The VIP preview of Labro Retro Futura included pianist Trica Dawn Williams, who performed ‘The Forbidden’, a piano composition by Maltese composer Ruben Zahra.

This solo art exhibition is currently on display at Le Méridien St Julians Hotel & Spa. Hotel guests and visitors alike are welcome to admire these contemporary and modern creations at the Gallery on level 1 till the 22 March. 

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