Most Romanian institutions have been intensively promoting the new wave of national values: cultural conformism, pure aesthetic imitation and ideological alienation. With some exceptions.
An interview with František Zachoval, the current director of the Czech Centre in Bucharest.
Art photographer Juliane Eirich is fully aware of the punctum at play in her work – she is a master at not only capturing reality, but also a certain emotional charge.
With the inauguration of The Museum of Recent Art in the Primăverii district of Bucharest, Erwin Kessler is now a museum director.
To draw a map where no territory has been before: thoughts in tandem on the exhibition Where do we go from here? and the 2018 Berlin Biennial, We don't need another hero!
A compact art exhibition that requires no space, no set-up and no gallery custodians, which can be easily moved from place to place.
A small scale festival meets a shiny new biennial in Riga.
A dialogue with Iosif Kiraly on his exhibition Closed doors. Open envelopes at MNAC Bucharest.
Only by taking on literary history will we be able to speak of Romanian literature as a world literature.