Geta Brătescu: In The Studio at Tate Modern
10.07. 2023-02.07.2024, Geta Brătescu is part of In the Studio exhibition, Tate Modern, London, UK. This display brings together the space of the studio and the process of drawing, both of which functioned for Geta Brătescu at the threshold between the inner mental world of the artist and the world outside
Paul Neagu. The Monograph
Paul Neagu's monograph edited by Magda Radu and Georg Schöllhammer, commissioned by The Paul Neagu Estate (UK), published by JRP|Editions is now launched and available for order - from Cornerhouse Publications (orders from the UK), artbook (orders from the USA), les presses du réel (orders from France).
The Bittersweet Chaos of Becoming
10-30.11.22, a group exhibition curated by Michelle Panthère & Edith Lázár, hosted by Ivan Gallery, with the artists: Anca Bucur, Dan Beudean, Adrian Ganea, Thea Lazăr, Marta Mattioli, Nicoleta Mureș, Adrian Preda, Lea Rasovszky + Andrei Arion, Flaviu Rogojan, Sillyconductor, Mihaela Vasiliu.
20.10.22-29.01.23, group exhibition at Galerie Rudolfinum, Prague, with works by the artists Francis Alÿs, Michael Armitage, Maria Bartuszová, Bianca Bondi, Louise Bourgeois, Geta Brătescu, Edith Dekyndt, Susanna Fritscher, William Kentridge, Kapwani Kiwanga, Dominik Lang, Luboš Plný, Anri Sala, Vivian Suter, Alina Szapocznikow, Barthélémy Toguo, Anna Zemánková.
Movement (Decentralising Utopia)
16-28.09.22, an exhibition by CUTRA collective, hosted by Ivan Gallery, with artists Ada Mușat (ADAM), Adriana Preda, Anca Bucur, Andriana Oborocean, boivoid, Chlorys, Megan Dominescu, Miruna Boruzescu (Borusiade), Sofia Zadar, Tăietzel Ticălos, opening on 16 Sept, 6 pm.
Art Basel 2022
14-15.06 (by invitation only), 16-19.06.2022 (public days), our first participation to Art Basel, inside the Feature section, Hall 2.1, booth S3, with a presentation focusing on Lia Perjovschi's early performances. The participation of our team is kindly supported by The Romanian Cultural Institute.
Paul Neagu: The Retrospective
03.06-25.09.2022, Paul Neagu's retrospective at the Bruseum, Neue Galerie Graz, Universalmuseum Joanneum, a production of Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein in collaboration with the artist's estate, curated by Magda Radu, Georg Schöllhammer, and Friedemann Malsch. © The Paul Neagu Estate, All Rights Reserved, DACS
01-31.10.2021, A collaborative project dedicated to performance with the artists Silvia Amancei & Bogdan Armanu, Apparatus 22, Alexandru Antik, Arantxa Etcheverria, Sanja Latinovic, Catinca Malaimare, Rachel Monosov, Navid Nuur & Adrian Ghenie, Daniela Palimariu, Madalina Zaharia & Ryan Ormonde.
Land, possessions and commons
25.07-17.10.2021, public art project in Semmering curated by Hedwig Saxenhuber with site-specific works by Abdul Sharif Baruwa, Olga Chernysheva, Anna Daucikova, Zhanna Kadyrova, etc., and video works by Anca Benera & Arnold Estefan, Taus Makhacheva, Laure Prouvost and Titre Provisoire
Dialoghi con la catastrofe
17.07-06.10.2021, Silvia Amancei & Bogdan Armanu (s.a.b.a.)’s new body of works, "Wish we could all live in beautiful villas”, transmedia installation, mural painting and ink drawings, developed and produced within V_AIR program, on view at MUST – Museo del Territorio di Vimercate, Italy.
18.05-29.08.2021 - Anca Benera and Arnold Estefan in the group show at Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh, image: 'The Delusion of the Commons', 2021, seven A3 drawings, natural pigment (bone black), polymerase enzyme and drawing pen on paper, Courtesy of Talbot Rice Gallery, Photo Sally Jubb.
Things we sense about each other
07.05-04.07.2021 - Iulia Toma in the group show at Badischer Kunstverein, featuring 21 international artists, in cooperation with tranzit.at from Vienna, eight co-curators from Sarajevo, Poltava, Kiev, Baku, Prague, Minsk, Yerevan, Krasnodar, and Bucharest, image: #orientalswelcome, installation view, photo Stephan Baumann.