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.
An interview with Anca Bodea about art and the world she created on the Cluj art scene.
In the MNAC show, Irina Botea Bucan puts together video narratives inspired by histories of local interest with mythical or heroic potential.
Suspended histories and fictions with artists, Southeast of Europe and Asia, institutions and other collaborative models.
Ecaterina Vrana's art is, in all rights, part of the Japanese aesthetics of mono-no-aware where beauty envelops the sadness of reality.
With his art show at Calina Gallery, Sorin Oncu sets out to tackle the problems that Central and Eastern Europe still face.
A common universal story of oppression and shame is weaved into Laughter and Forgetting, the show curated by Olga Ștefan at MeetFactory in Prague.
I couldn’t think of a better place to satisfy my need for expressive bodies and gushing energies than the National Dance Center.
About the attractions at Temps d'Images #9.
The art show, part of Future Museum, is based on the idea of utopia or what remains after utopia.