February 14, 2018

What Do The Mountains Hide?

Late last year, Ivan Gallery opened the exhibition Do the mountains know?, a retrospective of the artists Ion Râmnic and István Mihály, active in Transylvania.

— Valentina Iancu

December 29, 2017

Queer Culture in Romania (I)

The singular approaches of Sorin Oncu and Raluca Ilaria Demetrescu in the mid-2000s.

— Valentina Iancu

December 19, 2017

Literature As Performative Writing

If performance art belongs to the unmarked, the absent, then performative writing must take on the role of erasing all that has already been marked and expropriate all that has already been possessed.

— Iulia Militaru

December 9, 2017

Dance Belongs To Everyone

Gala by Jérôme Bel is about the non-hierarchic, mobilizing and emancipating access to the stage which is normally confiscated by legitimized virtuosity.

— Mihaela Michailov

December 6, 2017

Danube, Posthuman, Hypertext

The exhibition at Victoria Art Center seeks to transforme the Danube area into a deterritorialized (but by no means depoliticized) field of experience and reflection.

— Cristian Iftode

December 4, 2017

Critical Nature II

The workshop organized by the magazine is an invitation to young people from the Republic of Moldova who would like to try their hand at art criticism.

— Redacția Revista ARTA

November 25, 2017

Silent Matter

Nona Inescu’s solo show at EXILE gallery in Berlin is not her first attempt at communing with the inhuman.

— Rareș Grozea