A hallucinant summer: meet the artists at Halucinarium
A painting exhibition. Some amazing pieces of sculpture and installations. A live moment of artistic drawing by Tara von Neudorf. These were the three elements that linked, at the beginning if the summer, the opening of one of the coolest exhibitions in town, at Halucinarium. Go visit it!
Halucinarium is opened in the space on ISAF building, Bucharest (Calea Giulesti no.14, 4th floor), Tuesday – Saturday from 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM. www.halucinarium.com
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The best way to spend a summer evening? The perfect way to understand an art work? Well, I would say that is… to take part at one art making. And that what happened, at the “Back to BLACK” art party, with dear friends, cool music and a enormous painting in the process. And that’s because, for some hours, Tara von Neudorf painted in black and read two walls of the gallery.
Back to Black exhibition includes works signed by Mircea Ciutu, Tara von Neudorf, Adrian Preda, Botond Részegh, Nicolae Romanitan, Tudor Oltean, Ioana Maria Sisea, Andras Szabo. Plus: two painted walls by Tara von Neudorf, during the “Back to BLACK” art party.
About gallery: Halucinarium has opened in March, with an exhibition called “I don’t produce carbon”, an artsy ecological manifesto. The initiators of the gallery say that projects may include solo presentations, juxtapositions or thematic exhibits from artists representing layers of Romanian culture and international artistic approaches. Visitors will discover a breadth of Modern and Contemporary art including paintings, drawings, sculpture, installations, prints, photography, video and digital art executed by artists. Halucinarium works at the forefront of the international contemporary art platform with a focus on Romanian artists but also encompassing international artistic trends which engage in a dialogue with a multi layered public.
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