This fall's exhibition at Jecza gallery should mark a turning point in the gallery's programming as well as in the resurrection of the collective, whose reputation is intact but was absent from the Romanian and international scene in recent years. In the meantime, subReal has
În seria Amândoi suntem de vină, dar mai mult tu., artista Ioana Sisea concepe poeme în săpun de casă din cuvintele dureroase pe care le-a primit de la foștii ei parteneri romantici, și care îi răsună în memorie ori pe care le-a notat în jurnal.
The veil is one the oldest and most versatile instrument contributing the evolution of our mode of visual perception. It is important to note that the German word Gewand (garment) is etymologically closely related to Wand (wall). Thus it reminds us of the old origin
Expoziția 1965 – 1975 se înscrie în procesul asumat de către Galeria JECZA de recuperare a practicilor inovative abordate de artiștii timișoreni în deceniile 6-8, perioadă în care în Timișoara se experimentau forme de artă ce vor modifica câmpul artelor vizuale românești.
Space is Not The Place – mural painting on the interior stairs of the Museum of Contemporary Art Bucharest, part of the URBAN STEPS project, powered by MOLOTOW.
Riccardo Crespi presents Painting Now 2, a group show that continues the inquiry on contemporary painting, three years after the first episode in the gallery. Starting from the previous exhibition, without claiming to be exhaustive, the show aims to display some of the tendencies of contemporary
This spring, Garage is pleased to present the first major exhibition in the country of kinetic and op art from eastern Europe and Latin America, produced in partnership with the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw. The project gathers more than one hundred artworks from
Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb, presents with I AM THE MOUTH, works from Art Collection Telekom. The corporate Art Collection Telekom was initiated by Deutsche Telekom in 2010 and comprises today of some 200 art works by about 60 artists from around 15 countries.
The Other Trans-Atlantic. Kinetic and Op Art in Eastern Europe and Latin America 1950s – 1970s" examines a brief yet historically significant moment in the post-war era during which artists from Eastern Europe and Latin America cultivated a shared enthusiasm for Kinetic and Op Art.