Contemporary Romanian Sculpture – study case
One of the most interesting genre of the entire field of Romanian creativity is sculpture.
Starting from the late XIX century, sculpture has been having a powerful and important tradition in Romania, developing several major key artists in global terms, such as Constantin Brancusi or Paul Neagu.
In many ways, the intersection between expressing a concept or an idea with the need of objectivity and form is the result of a perfect ideal match in art. For many reasons, an opinion needs power to be represented in a strong, physical way and sculpture can deliver it for the best.
For the last decades, Contemporary Romanian Sculpture has developed in many original and interesting ways, from cymatics to design, from new unconventional materials to public social art.
Within the exhibition ”Contemporary Romanian Sculpture – a study case” some of the newest transformations in this art will be revealed, with different focuses, from materials to concepts.
|Number of Works:||More than 25 sculptures, works on paper and ephemera|
|Organized by:||PostModernism Museum|
|Approximate size:||450 square feet|
|Shipping:||PostModernism Museum makes all arrangements; exhibitors pay outgoing shipping costs within the contiguous Europe|
|Booking Time:||12 weeks|
|Publication||Fully illustrated exhibition catalogue pending funding|
|Tour:||September 22- December 1, 2015|