Viviana Drugă’s work functions at the intersection of art and magic, and is fully subsumed to the logic of performance, in regard to the artistic persona and the art produced.
Interview with Andreiana Mihail.
Jonathan Lahey Dronsfield, a British philosophy professor and self-ascribed artist-philosopher was invited to Bucharest between mid-December 2014 – mid-January 2015 as artist in residence at ODD.
The Group of Czech and Slovakian Surrealists truly gives another air to the discussions about the historical avant-garde.
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.