This is How The Bucharest International Light Festival Looks Like

Spotlight‘, Bucharest International Light Festival is the first edition of a three days art event (23-25 April, 2015) set on Victory Square (ro. Calea Victoriei), and it integrates a whole series of art installations, lighting urban shows and architectural projections. The festival is organized by the Bucharest Municipality, through ARCUB, and its purpose is to raise awareness concerning the importance of light in the modern world (in the wake of naming year 2015, The “International Year of Light“).

This is how the lights painted Bucharest’s streets last night, in the second day of the Spotlight (for more stunning photos, check out the Festival’s gallery on Facebook and website)

© Vlad Eftenie
© Vlad Eftenie
© Vlad Eftenie
© Vlad Eftenie
© Vlad Eftenie
© Vlad Eftenie
© Vlad Eftenie
© Vlad Eftenie
© Vlad Eftenie
© Vlad Eftenie
© Vlad Eftenie
© Vlad Eftenie
© Vlad Eftenie
© Vlad Eftenie
© Vlad Eftenie
© Vlad Eftenie

Photos: Vlad Eftenie. Article photo: Spotlight

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