February 2021

A Danubian Artist at ”Danube Delta” Eco-Tourism Museum Center

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Between February 25 and May 25, 2021, at the “Danube Delta” Ecotourism Museum Center from 14 Noiembrie Street, no. 1, the public will be able to watch and appreciate the exhibition “An artist from Tulcea”, which comprises works by the artist Viorel Vasile.

What the organizers say:

”The artisan artist Viorel Vasile was born in 1960 in Tulcea. He is a graduate of the Metallurgical High School in the city.
Passionate about beauty, he loves painting and sculpture, proving that, where there is talent and inspiration, art can be made from almost anything, even from fish bones.
Carefully, the artist, inspired by the area in which he lives, transforms fish bones into original creations.
Many of his works, presented in international exhibitions, can be viewed on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T57hcn94SeY, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zNiOilKOPEU. ”
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Painting Biennial “ALEXANDRU CIUCURENCU” – 2021

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Between October 14th and November 12th, 2021, artists members of the Romanian Plastic Artists Union or the national Unions of Visual Artists from abroad, as well as graduates and students of art academies in the country and abroad are invited to participate at the exhibition – competition Biennial of painting “ALEXANDRU CIUCURENCU”. 

Contact for details: museographer Petre Teodorescu, e-mail: arta@icemtl.ro

Work of February at Fine Arts Museum

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FEBRUARY 2021. The Art Museum from Grigore Antipa Street, no. 2, invites visitors to contemplate the work “Homage to Miro”, belonging to the painting collection,  whose creator is Iulian Olariu (1922 – 1991).

The sculptor, painter, graphic artist Iulian Olariu graduated in 1951 from the Nicolae Grigorescu Institute of Fine Arts in Bucharest. Nicolae Dărăscu and Alexandru Ciucurencu are among his teachers.
In addition to personal exhibitions in 1957, 1959, 1964, 1966 and 1970, Iulian Olariu has represented Romania in numerous group exhibitions in Finland, Poland, Austria, Germany, the USSR, Cuba, Bulgaria, China.

In 1960, he was one of the participants in the Venice Biennale, along with artists such as George Petrașcu and Marcel Chirnoaga.

Sources: http://www.sculpture.ro/fisa.php?id=640 , https://www.cosminnasui.com/2016/03/iulian-olariu/ , http://www.cultura.ro/bienala-de-la-venetia