Initially, electronic dance music brought people together more than just under one roof; no matter the race, social class or sexual orientation. An interview with the artists of Corp.
An interview with the actress Mihaela Drăgan.
The exhibition at Anca Poterasu Gallery unfolds Aurora Kiràly’s activity, which integrates artistic practices with the theoretical, curatorial and educational.
Monica Enache put forward at the end of 2016 an ample exhibition presenting artworks made between 1948-1965, during Dej's dictatorship.
Various private initiatives to historicize gay culture seem politically more and more relevant in the process of turning the community’s experiences from memory to history.
In the MNAC show, Irina Botea Bucan puts together video narratives inspired by histories of local interest with mythical or heroic potential.
An interview with artist Alexandra Croitoru and curator Magda Radu, founders of Salonul de Proiecte.
In November, CNDB hosted the last part of the educational platform dedicated to Japanese dance (and its intersection with Romanian dance), initiated by Cosmin Manolescu, “Eastern Connections”.
An ideologically assumed perspective of the protest movements and of our relationship to recent history. An interview with David Schwartz.
“The queen of the arts” entered the 21st century unchanged, with its same old obsolete poetics, its dusty narratives and a sick addiction to the past.