Paul Dunca’s The Institute of Change cleverly exploits our fascination with physiological and psychological alteration.
Interview with Mihaela Drăgan and Cornelia Ioniță about the play LA HARNEALĂ.
This exhibition is part of a big festivity dedicated to the artist in Romania, entitled Paul Neagu. The (r)evolution of the form.
The exhibition is a curatorial project that brings together artworks that are relevant for the Romanian experimental sculpture scene from recent years.
Vlad Țenu, the renowned Romanian architect, discusses the latest exhibition of design and architecture he curated in Shanghai.
Pink anatomies sprawled over luxurious decors that are intensely, psychedelically colored, have become emblematic elements for Suzana Dan’s paintings and for the painting transgression of the 2000’s.
About a wall built to keep unwanted people from the city, and where art came into all this.
An interview by Paul Dunca with Alexandra Pirici & Manuel Pelmuș.
25 years after the December 1989 events, a group of Romanian sculptors remember, discuss and sometimes argue with the recent past. An interview with the show's curator, Ioana Ciocan.
New Idea Competition Seeks Creative Visions for the Romanian Capital of Bucharest (3 October 2014 – 15 January 2015).