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The exhibit of illustrations of A-BA-BA-HA-LA-MA-HA Publishers has opened in New York (photos)

Dec 20, 2013
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The house of the Ukrainian Institute of America where the exhibit of illustrations of A-BA-BA-HA-LA-MA-HA Publishers will remain open until January 16th, is conveniently located across the road from Central Park, nearly opposite the Metropolitan Museum of Art

The exhibit is displayed in several spacious halls

The opening was expressive and crowded. One of the most eloquent expressions about our exhibit came from an art conservator of the Metropolitan Museum of Art: “This is really a high-level exhibit, I can see maximum quality and minimum bombast here, and nowadays this is a rare thing.”

One of the main characters of the exhibit, an outstanding illustrator Vladyslav Yerko told us a story of his long-standing love to A-BA-BA-HA-LA-MA-HA

The demonstration of an interactive version of the “Snow Queen” for iPad was a real amazement

Ihor Bakman, the president of the Timecode Company that developed the interactive version of the “Snow Queen”, took the word.

A famous New-York illustrator Valeria Sokolova is speaking, whose works decorate the exhibit as well.

Over 60 illustrations from the best books of A-BA-BA-HA-LA-MA-HA Publishers are exhibited there: “Snow Queen”, “Honey for Mommy”, “The ABC”, “100 Fairy Tales”, “Favorite Poems”, “Alice in Wonderland”, “The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark”, “The Night Before Christmas” etc. Among the visitors of the exhibit there were American illustrators and publishers

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Tina Carroll came here from as far as San Francisco

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You can admire Metropolitan Museum and Central Park from the windows of the Institute, where the exhibit takes place

Ivan Malkovych near one of the advertising posters of the exhibit

Plenty of New York children and school pupils visit the exhibit. It will remain open until January 16th, 2014.