Ștefan Sava

  • Ștefan Sava Lucrari

    Boomerang

    2013, marmura, 30 x 40 x 2 cm

     

  • Ștefan Sava Lucrari

    Horizons

    2013, backdrop made of nine old sacks cut and re-sewn, aprox. 300x230 cm

    exhibition view

  • Ștefan Sava Lucrari

    8 variations in a circle

    2012, photography, 30 x 36 cm/each 

  • Ștefan Sava Lucrari

    He told himself that...

    "He told himself that he had yet to receive the hardest blows and that, whilst he rolled with the punches, he had to prepare himself for future blows, the blows which would come much later and which would be far more terrible than the ones he was enduring at present.", 2012, photo installation, alphabet – artist book, vitrine with documentation

  • Ștefan Sava Lucrari

    He told himself that...

    "He told himself that he had yet to receive the hardest blows and that, whilst he rolled with the punches, he had to prepare himself for future blows, the blows which would come much later and which would be far more terrible than the ones he was enduring at present.", 2012, photo installation, alphabet – artist book, vitrine with documentation

  • Ștefan Sava Lucrari

    55 Artist Breaths

  • Ștefan Sava Lucrari

    A Play of Incidents

    2013, photographic collage 43.5x33.5 cm, found photographic plates

  • Ștefan Sava Lucrari

    Ruins of a Day

    2014, fotografii, 48x58 cm; video 4:38

  • Ștefan Sava Lucrari

    Ruins of a Day

    2014, fotografie, 48x58 cm 

  • Ștefan Sava Lucrari

    Can You Interpret this Picture?

    2015, instalație compusă din fotografii de presă originale, printuri fotografice vechi, printuri după negative scanate din colecția personală, printuri ale unor imagini

    luate de pe internet etc.

  • Ștefan Sava Lucrari

    Untitled

    2015, instalație, cărți (1820-1950) din colecția Federației Comunităților Evreiești din România și a Comunității Evreiești din București

  • Ștefan Sava Lucrari

    Untitled

    2015, instalație, cărți (1820-1950) din colecția Federației Comunităților Evreiești din România și a Comunității Evreiești din București

     

    instalație în cadrul expoziției Mapping Bucharest: Art, Memory, and Revolution 1916–2016, MAK Vienna, Vienna Biennale 2015

     

    ©AslanKudrnofsky

  • Ștefan Sava Lucrari

    The Falling of the Arches

    2015, HDV 30 min, video-still

  • Born on September 1st, 1982, in Slobozia, Romania 

    Lives and works in Bucharest, Romania.

     

    2010-present – PhD, National University of Arts, Bucharest, Romania

    2008-2010 – MA, National University of Arts Bucharest, Photography and Video Department

    2008 – Salzburg International Summer Academy of Fine Arts (class of Nancy Davenport), with the project Nothing Is Revealed, Hallein (AU)

    2010Atoms and Void (solo show, Galeria Posibilă, Bucharest, Romania); Group exhibitions: Cities Methodologies Bucharest, with the project “InnerCITY”, in collaboration with Mihnea Simiraș (Casa Scarlat-Ghica, Bucharest / RO, curators: Aurora Kiraly,  Simona Dumitriu); End of Academia (Anexa MNAC, Bucharest / RO)

    2011 – Group exhibitions: Here and Then (Centre for Contemporary Culture Club Electro Putere, Craiova / RO,curator Magda Radu); Fresh 2011 (Kovacs Gabor Art Foundation, Kogart House, Budapest / HU, curators Zsolt Mészáros & Noémi Szabó)

    2012The Inside-Out of the Wall (solo show, Ivan Gallery, Bucharest, Romania); video screening at Gallery Pfeister, Gudjhem (DK)

    2013Missing Originals (artist talk, Pavilion Unicredit, Bucharest / RO); Art fairs: Arco Madrid (opening section, Ivan Gallery); Viennafair (Ivan Gallery); Group exhibitions: Europe/South-East. Recorded Memories (Braunschweig Museum of Photography, Braunschweig University and Goethe Institut, Braunschweig / DE, curator Constanze Wicke); Common Nostalgia (Pavilion Unicredit, Bucharest / RO, curator Eugen Rădescu); Plug to Nature (Biblioteca Naţională, Bucharest / RO, curator Alina Șerban); From the Backstage (Salonul de proiecte/MNAC, Bucharest / RO, curators: Magda Radu, Alexandra Croitoru)

    2014 - Facts about Which There Can Be Questions (solo show, Ivan Gallery, Bucharest, Romania)

     

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