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Leilei Gallery
Strada Aurel Vlaicu Nr.88-90

Leilei Gallery is a Bucharest based gallery, opened in August 2020 promoting Romanian modern and contemporary art. The gallery organized several group exhibition showcasing young artists but also solo shows dedicated to more established artists.

Nucleu 0008 - SEEN

ARTE PLASTICE


Tip eveniment
DESCHIS si la NAG
Perioada Expozitie
15.09.2021 - 23.10.2021
Artists:

The SEEN multidisciplinary presents the digital art exhibition curated by Gabriela Mateescu in partnership with the Romanian digital art promotion platform spam-index.com, where we will see new works by several artists present on our website: George Crîngașu, Adrian Ganea, Edith Lázár, Thea Lazăr, Anastasia Manole and Jasmina Al-Qaisi, taietzel ticalos and a new guest Hortensia Mi Kafchin. Exploring new trends in contemporary digital art, where the use of images, videos or texts (sometimes even text generators) in the online environment has been cemented as a creative process, the SEEN project proposes an exhibition of digital art, but also a foray into contemporary performance art. SEEN is inscribed in the context of contemporary art from a late post-modernist view, where the theme of originality ends up being questioned and even abandoned. Art history has always sought to label, construct categories and delimit striking individualities into groups, currents, trends - depending on themes, subjects or techniques - as the myth of genius and uniqueness became one of the great obsessions on the cultural scene of the twentieth century. Subsequent nuances closely follow the changes brought about by the technological leap. The 21st century brings to the fore the thematic groups and communities, formed by versatile creators, with multiple interests and directions of artistic development, who collaborate in most often multidisciplinary initiatives. Adapting to the pace of technology, which currently allows them to exchange thoughts and ideas in online groups and communities, and social media, artists receive answers based on the algorithms with which they curate their feed. Uniqueness is no longer a desideratum, on the contrary the resemblance to others, belonging to trends and the ability to continuously adapt to contemporaneity is a standard today. The performance program is coordinated by Marina Oprea. Project co-financed by the City Hall of Sector 2.

Unimages

PERFORMANCE


Tip eveniment
EXCLUSIV la NAG
Perioada Expozitie
15.10.2021 - 15.10.2021
Artists:
Unimages are deviations from plausible body states and self-presentations, performative anomalies that affect the automatic readings and perceptions. The capacity of seeing and understanding, of forming coherent images about what is in front of our eyes, may be questioned and refreshed. In times of superficial judgements and imposed perspectives, Unimages intervenes in the implicit process of transforming reality into comfortable images and certainties. Performers Eliza Trefaș, Florin Flueraș

Art History Aerobics

PERFORMANCE


Tip eveniment
EXCLUSIV la NAG
Perioada Expozitie
16.10.2021 - 16.10.2021
Artists:
Art History Aerobics is a performance conceived in the form of an aerobics demonstration session whose content is inspired by the official chronology of European art history and its defining moments. The performer simultaneously embodies the role of an aerobics instructor and a storyteller. Using voice, body and imagination, it marks and illustrates different ways of understanding and representing the body in art.