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AnnArt is a privately-owned contemporary art gallery founded in May 2011. Our portfolio brings together well-established artists as well as promising emerging ones, based in Romania and overseas. We run a regular exhibiton programme, with over 60 shows to date. Centrally-located at 39 Paris Street, the gallery is a 70sqm contemporary conversion of an early 1920s neo-Romanian architecture space, on the ground floor of a building with a small garden. In partnership with the AnnArt Foundation, the gallery publishes a series of art catalogues, it gives an annual award for young artists, runs an art-education program and lobbies for art in public spaces through the Art in Green program. Centrally-located at 39 Paris Street, the gallery is a 70sqm contemporary conversion of an early 1920s neo-Romanian architecture space, on the ground floor of a building with a small garden.

The Road to Las Palmas

PICTURA


Tip eveniment
DESCHIS si la NAG
Perioada Expozitie
11.09.2019 - 31.10.2019
Program
  • 19:00 - Deschidere
  • 02:00 - Inchidere
Artists:
The autumn season started with the addition of a new name in AnnArt gallery’s portfolio, a well-known name on the local fine arts scene and with a significant international activity: Maurice Mircea Novac, with his solo exhibition "The Road to Las Palmas". The selection brings together a collection of 10 works in oil on canvas and 8 collages, critically examined in an accompanying essay by art historian Aurelia Mocanu. MAURICE ISLAND | Aurelia Mocanu * Novac keeps an eye on anything that represents figurative metabolic movements in the painting. His most recent motif is an empathic challenge: tropical and harsh, at the same time: succulent chromatic proliferation of cacti as vectors of spaces and textures. Unabated, in Maurice's laboratory the surface of the painting participates in the narrative beat of the image. Moreover, Novac distinguishes itself, with the ethics of elegance, from the new wave of figurative Romanian painting after 1990. For he still has powers of perception close to the untamed romantic landscape. The canvas on the easel becomes an energy focal point, a "window" of light. They are magmas of chromatic intersections, deriving photorealism, as a colorful fabric of the world of elements, in the retinal kaleidoscope.