Behind void there is a voice the color of glass ceilings

Andreea Ciobîcă

15.07.2017 – 16.09.2017

We are delighted to invite you on Saturday, 15 July, 7 pm, to the opening of Andreea Ciobîcă’s second solo-show at Ivan Gallery.

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concept by Andreea Ciobîcă

text compiled by George Robescu

programming & build by Grigore Burloiu and Teodor Stoenescu

Andreea Ciobîcă (Romanian, b. 1986) has developed a distinctive artistic approach focused on drawing as a starting point for a research on time, space and perception that expands through objects and large-scale installations. Her practice combines simple, traditional materials with more experimental, new media ones, drawing inspiration form various fields, such as physics, mathematics or philosophy. A graduate of the Graphics Department from the University of Art and Design Cluj Napoca, Romania, her works have been shown in the Vienna Biennale 2015, Mains D’Oeuvre, Saint-Ouen, Paris (2014), at Salonul de Proiecte, Bucharest (2013), at Catherine Putman Gallery, Paris (2013) as a winner of the Grand Prix, Foire international de dessin and as a Guest of Honour at Twilight-Zone Gallery, Tournai, Belgium (2012). În 2014 Ivan Gallery showed her first solo show, “Steep / Negative Space ½”. She lives and works in Cluj Napoca, Romania.

The exhibition can be visited until 16 September 2017, Wednesday to Saturday, 13-18, or by appointment outside the visiting hours.

photo credits: Ștefan Sava

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