Liguria is a land in northern Italy, whose capital is Genoa, a former competitor of Venice, maybe not so beautiful, but very intriguing. A narrow strip of land squeezed between the sea and the mountains is famous for the best Italian olive oil and basil pesto, of course.
Ania Kołodziejczyk, a young and respected Wrocław painter, chose architecture as her theme of her art. This is a thread present in art for several hundred years; fascinating and solved in many different ways. The way Kołodziejczyk found is extremely individual and painterly extremely intriguing.