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.
What is left today, in the age of globalization, of our European identity – here is a disquieting question, which cannot be answered spontaneously. To find an answer, we have to question ourselves and, at the same time, to look at the various data coming
A new online series by the Romanian Cultural Institute in New York brings you the hotspots of Romania’s contemporary visual arts scene and some of the most talked-about artists' shows through 7 virtual gallery tours introduced by well establish curators and artists. Explore the portfolio
La final de septembrie, când toamna abia începe să dea primele semne că se trezește la viață, toată lumea bună își dă întâlnire la Viena. De la colecționari, la pasionați de artă și de la artiști mari și mici, la iubitori de frumos. Unde? La
A Shared Global Dream: A conversation about “The Other Transatlantic: Kinetic and Op Art in Central and Eastern Europe and Latin America 1950s-1970s”
Direct from the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art in Moscow to São Paulo’s SESC Pinheiros, “O Outro Transatlântico: Arte Cinética e Óptica no Leste Europeu e América Latina de 1950 a 1970” (The Other Transatlantic: Kinetic and Op Art in Central and Eastern Europe and
Minimal is more bei Jecza Gallery Bei der rumänischen Galerie treffen zwei Künstlergenerationen aufeinander, oder vielmehr in ein Zwiegespräch miteinander. Genau 50 Jahre Altersunterschied trennen Roman Cotosman (*1935) und Mircea Popescu (*1985), doch im Kern ihrer künstlerischen Arbeit sind sie sich sehr nahe.
In London, the countdown to Frieze is on – but before the cacophony of avant-garde mixed-media creations, a more painterly focus can be found in Austria at the ViennaContemporary art fair (which opens its doors today until Sunday September 30) – where many of the
Die Viennacontemporary bietet nicht das Immergleiche anderer Messen, sondern neben Platzhirschen auch Galerien, die ihren Blick nach Osten richten.