Articles

February 23, 2017

Roman Tolici – superlative figurative

Roman Tolici is less interested in non-figurative forms; he does not wish to show the viewer something unparalleled because he thinks that the world's existing representations still speak out.

— Marina Oprea

February 14, 2017

Interiority

An interview with Anca Bodea about art and the world she created on the Cluj art scene.

— Ada Muntean

December 27, 2016

Chicken Army

Ecaterina Vrana's art is, in all rights, part of the Japanese aesthetics of mono-no-aware where beauty envelops the sadness of reality.

— Veronica Kirchner

December 26, 2016

Spicy borders

With his art show at Calina Gallery, Sorin Oncu sets out to tackle the problems that Central and Eastern Europe still face.

— Nicoleta Papp

December 13, 2016

Traces of Laughter

A common universal story of oppression and shame is weaved into Laughter and Forgetting, the show curated by Olga Ștefan at MeetFactory in Prague.

— Rareș Grozea

December 5, 2016

Dancey, with a chance of duet

I couldn’t think of a better place to satisfy my need for expressive bodies and gushing energies than the National Dance Center.

— Marina Oprea