Artists from Romania and the Republic of Moldova, coming from different generations, cities and art schools, with specific techniques, approaches, discourses and concerns. Painting, sculpture, installation, object, performance, all are included in and by the works of the 11 artists represented by Kulterra. Each one’s style differs; from the academic, serious, attentive manner of Elena BRIA, to the dynamic, bold and always at the risk limit as in the case of the artists such as ATOMA, Alex BACIU and Obie PLATON, who are recognized in the art world as muralists and street artists. In the case of Valeria GLIBICIUC, we are surprised to discover the morphology of church painting, but in a profane and contemporary language. In Natalia ROMANCIUC we discern a real diary, her female characters being nothing but alter-egos placed in a narrative in the 3rd person. MihU’s work revolves around a character who poses moments, moods, emotions and through which the artist analyzes and criticizes reality. Arina BICAN approaches and analyzes the way in which technology dominates each of us, while Teona TODEREL introduces us to an urban universe that forces us to contemplate through closed windows, distorted – but not falsified by raindrops. One gallery, nine artists from Romania and the Republic of Moldova, a multitude of universes. At Art3f Monaco, Kulterra Gallery presents not only artists, but an extremely representative sample of contemporary art from this part of Eastern Europe.
Friday, June 24th
Kulterra Gallery, str. Știrbei Vodă 104 – 106, sector 1, Bucharest.