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).
George Anghelescu’s first solo show at Galeria H’Art opened at the beginning of October 2014. Dulce et Decorum brings together his research of the past 2 years.
The exhibition curated by Cătălina Bolozan aims to introduce the UK public to the work of six young and prolific artists who have reshaped Romanian visual culture and urban identity.
Daniel Djamo is a young Romanian artist and film director interested in personal and group histories and tales.
R.A.M. lists all over again the permanent exhibition interposing various media objects from our times based on the thesis of hyper-photographic vision.
Combat situations (sports related or not) are a form of public demonstration of our deepest affects: insecurity, self-preservation instinct, empathy to the other person’s pain, one’s own fear.
Horia Mina is a Romanian artist currently living in Bucharest, a graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts, with a degree in Design.