Adela Muntean
Sibiu, Romania
Adrian Luca
Sibiu, Romania
Alexandru Bunescu
Sibiu, Romania
Alexandru Cinean
Sibiu, Romania
Ana Postolachi
Bălţi, Moldova, Republic of
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Călin Baciu
Sibiu, Romania
Casandra Vidrighin
Sibiu, Romania
In 2003 she graduated from the Faculty of Visual Arts Oradea, department of sculpture. She worked at the Brukenthal National Museum, specializing in stone restoration. She developed projects of museum education for high school students, with several exhibitions in the Museum. Inspired by the objects and equipment scrapped from the museum, she develops a personal conceptual project, named “Hunt for garbage”, being convinced that nothing's going to disappear, that everything reinvents itself. As a result, her art projects are based, for the most part, on found, collected or received objects, of both emotional and aesthetic value. They remain hopelessly rooted in the social sphere and can be characterized as part of an actionalism, an analysis of the social and human life. In addition to the actionalism, they are dynamic and have a sense of inner excitement.
Catalin Precup
Bucuresti, Romania
Dan Perjovschi
, Romania
Daniela Bădilă
Sibiu, Romania
Diana Morar-Oancea
Bistrița, Romania
Eugen Dornescu
Sibiu, Romania
Ilie Mitrea
Sibiu, Romania
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Ioan Cândea
Sibiu, Romania
Ioan Muntean
Sibiu, Romania
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Ion Tămâian
Sibiu, Romania
Laura Coltofean
Sibiu, Romania
Laurenţiu Moldovan
Sibiu, Romania
Lavinia Creţu
Sibiu, Romania
is a graduate of the University of Visual Arts and Design, Cluj Napoca, department of graphics, in 2005 benefiting from Socrates-Erasmus Scholarship at the University of Arts and Design in Athens. In 2009 she was awarded with Master’s degree at the National University of Arts in Bucharest. She is a co-founding member of two artistic groups: ‘Piedică-n talpă’ in 2010 and ‘Nos|tru’ in 2016. Drawing is the main medium of expression for the artist, but she relies on other mediums as well: painting, collage, installation and urban art. Among her exhibitions we can mention: 2006/ Conjunctures and permanences, Fedes Hall, Irecson Institute, Bucharest; 2007/ The Art of Culture, Sibiu; 2009/ Form and dialogue. Raku 25 Gallery, Sângeorz-Băi; 2009/ Cuboid family, Căminul artei, Bucharest; 2010/ Lipsüs, Raku 25 Gallery, Sângeorz-Băi; 2013/ L'Art de Roumanie, Irina Irimescu Studio Sisteron, Franta; 2016 „Space in tranzition”, Weltkultur, Sibiu She took part in multiples art festivals, fairs and residencies among which: 2007/ The art of culture, International symposium of contemporary art, Rusciori, Sibiu; 2008/ Balchik Art camp, Bulgaria; 2010/ Kulturkarawane, Regionale 10, Festival of contemporary art, Austria; 2011/ Ars et sequentia, Culture festival, Mönchenholzhausen, Germania; 2011/ European music and art festival, Mazieres de Touraine, Franţa. 2015/ International Street Art Festival, Sibiu; 2016/ Art Safari Bucharest. Lives and works in Sibiu. “The physical, logical, intuitive and scientific way we perceive all the surroundings are points I followed while delivering the projects. The elements that are composing us and contributes to the genesis of the worlds, our training as individuals forming a context which reach a certain behavior and evolution, raise many questions. My thoughts and works are divided between traditional cosmogonies, Edenic hydrography, light as wave and particle, bioluminescence of the bodies, equilibrium state in a dynamic context, social rituals and reflections about space, time and collective memory.”
Marcela Froman Sandu
Sibiu, Romania
Marius Strătilă
Sibiu, Romania
Mihai Pâslariu
, Romania
Mircea Ignat
Sibiu, Romania
Pavala Sergiu
Sibiu, Romania
Pavala Sergiu
Sibiu, Romania
Popa Andrei
Sibiu, Romania
Raluca Elena Cosareanu
Sibiu, Romania
Ştefan Radu Creţu
Sibiu, Romania
Born in Campina works and lives in Sibiu, Romania. 2006 BA at University of Visual Arts and Design, Cluj Napoca, ceramics department 2005 Socrates Erasmus study mobility, Fine Art Academy. Wroclaw, Poland 2008 MA at National University of Art, Bucharest, Sculpture department 2013-2016 PhD, at National University of Art, Bucharest (in progress) Among his recent exhibitions we mention: 2015/“Stone age of emotional technology”, Calina Gallery, Timisoara (solo); 2014/“Transformation”, Beelden aan Zee Muzeum, Hague, Netherlands (group); 2014/“Sensus Propero”, 418 Contemporary Art Gallery, Bucharest (solo); 2012,2013,2014/“Workshop at the Danube IV, V, VI”, 418 Contemporary Art Gallery, Bucharest {group); 2013/“The art of living“, Pop-up Art Gallery, Bucharest (grup); 2013/ “Oestridae Dominant”, Project 1990, Free Press Square, Bucharest (solo); 2013/“Disambiguation”, Mogosoaia Palace, Cuhnia Gallery, Bucharest (solo); 2012/“Paratarrasius hibridus”, 418 Contemporary Art Gallery, Bucharest (solo). “The idea of locomotion and movement is an important source of inspiration therefore I will explore it in a wide range of aspects. For the beginning I study the natural means of locomotion, which imply movement of all kind: terrestrial, aquatic or aerial and, at the same time, I perform a comparative analysis with the artificial means of locomotion. After many attempts to motivate my research through my personal projects and achievements, I began to utilize movement in various proportions that are related to the natural-artificial source of inspiration, I have reached a synthesis, which I now express both in a three-dimensional and a two-dimensional form. In order to emphasize the value of the objective, the minimization and the abstractionism are also present. These studies bring to the forefront the relationship between fragmented organic forms and artificiality, which are both tackled in a contemporary way that is kept in the present by the topic itself, as well as by the technological aspects involved. At times, the final image may occur an ironic character which targets the technological limitation that is in a state of zero-gravity before the gravitational phenomenon. This is where I intervene by miming certain solutions of exploiting the relationship mass-inertia, by annulling the gravitational force via solutions related to flying or levitation. All these aspects represent a metaphor through which I mean to bring to a close look idea of human fragility in its physical and cognitive evolution.”
Tara von Neudorf
, Romania
XYZ
Sibiu, Romania
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