Gypsy, Turk, Tatar, Jewish Women in Romanian Arts
Octav Bancila, Fortune teller, oil on canvas, private collection
Gypsy, Turk, Tatar, Jewish Women in Romanian Arts explores the rich visual dialogue of the ethnicity that exists between artworks produced by artists from 20th century to present days, many of which have not been previously exhibited.
This exhibition includes paintings, sculpture, works on paper, photography and mixed media works that represent the diverse, multi-cultural interest for this topic. Several influential Romanian artists are represented, including Theodor Aman, Octav Băncilă, Iosif Iser, Nicolae Tonitza, Apostol Mănciulescu among many others.
Curated by Cosmin Nasui, Gypsy, Turk, Tatar, Jewish Women in Romanian Arts is accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue, with essays by Adrian Majuru and Neagu Djuvara.
Gypsy, Turk, Tatar, Jewish Women in Romanian Arts represents a good cooperation with the minority communities in Romania, togheter with the official representatives of consulates and ambassadors.
It is an urgent need to discuss ethnic issues in global perspectives seen by modern and contemporary artists.
|Number of Works:
||Around 40 paintings, works on paper and ephemera
||500 square feet
||PostModernism Museum makes all arrangements
||Fully illustrated exhibition catalogue pending funding
|Ready to be exhibited