If you happen to be in beautiful Vienna this year, don't forget to visit mumok museum's new exhibition "Enjoy – the mumok Collection in Change". We are happy to see that 1.1.1. & Sigma 1 Group (Constantin Flondor, Doru Tulcan & Stefan Bertalan) are part
May 6-23, 2021 This first personal exhibition in a museum space of Tincuța Marin, curated by Dr. Dan Breaz, highlights, through a careful selection, works that summarise the last three years of the artist's creation. The exhibition remains open for visiting until May 23, 2021, from Wednesday
We kindly invite you to discover artist Ana Adam's exhibition, curated by Ami Barak, part of MNAC Bucharest's Spring Exhibition Season. Open April 22 to September 26, 2021 at MNAC Bucharest, 4th Floor.
Join us every Thursday for a guided tour through the exhibition THE UNSPOKEN AND OTHER IMAGES curated by Ami Barak with artist Pusha Petrov.
Jecza Gallery is happy to host Pusha Petrov's first solo exhibition, curated by Ami Barak. This exhibition will be an overview of her intense activity that characterizes the last years, including two new creations.
Nothing is more important to all of us than the health and safety of our community. Due to the current situation, we decided to open Ana Adam’s Drawing is witchcraft or the other way around only by appointment, for small groups. We created a booking
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