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Albany Museum of Art celebrates a unique exhibit

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September 29, 2007

Albany -- A one of a kind exhibit was celebrated Saturday night at the Albany Museum of Art. All of Alvar Sunol's contemporary renaissance paintings are currently on display.

The "One Latin Night ..." event celebrated both the artist and spanish culture.

A latin jazz band performed and spanish food was also served to help celebrate this unique exhibit.

"It is the very first, complete renaissance and we are bringing all his stuff together, a whole entire retrospective of Alvar's work. We are the first museum to have it here so we are very fortunate and very honored, said Director of Marketing, Calandra Jefferson.

The Albany Musuem of Art does have free admission to the public on Thursdays.

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