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Bucharest to host the only art jewelry international fair in SEE next month

Bucharest to host the only art jewelry international fair in SEE next month

AUTOR, the only contemporary and art jewelry international fair in South-East Europe, will soon welcome visitors at its 17th edition. On the 5th and 6th of May, over 80 designers from five continents will offer to the Bucharest public the ...

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Russian nature, on display at “Grigore Antipa” Museum in Bucharest

Russian nature, on display at “Grigore Antipa” Museum in Bucharest

The “Grigore Antipa” National History Museum in Bucharest will host a photo exhibition about the Russian nature during April 20-May 20. The varnishing day is due on Friday, April 20 at 18:30 at the Antipa Museum, the Russian Center of ...

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Dacian valuable jewelry and coins, belonging to Romania, recovered from smugglers

Dacian valuable jewelry and coins, belonging to Romania, recovered from smugglers

Over 500 Dacian coins and 18 Dacian silver jewelry, many of them one-off items, have been recently recovered and repatriated in Romania. The inestimable historic tokens will be presented during a press conference hosted by Romania’s National Museum of History ...

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Fate of Brâncuși’s famous sculpture at Montparnasse Cemetery in Paris, uncertain

Fate of Brâncuși’s famous sculpture at Montparnasse Cemetery in Paris, uncertain

While some of Constantin Brâncuși’s works are setting selling records abroad at renowned auction houses, others are facing uncertainty, like “Le Baiser /The Kiss” sculpture in Paris. The fate of this sculpture hosted by Montparnasse Cemetery in Paris for more ...

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Constantin Brâncuși’ s sculpture, estimated at USD 70 M, auctioned at Christie’s in NY, set to break new selling record for the Romanian artist

Constantin Brâncuși’ s sculpture, estimated at USD 70 M, auctioned at Christie’s in NY, set to break new selling record for the Romanian artist

“La Jeune fille sophistiquee (Portrait de Nancy Cunard)” sculpted by renowned Romanian artist Constantin Brâncuși, a 31-inch-tall piece estimated at more than $70 million, is put up for sale at Christie’s Impressionist and modern art auction in New York on ...

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‘France and Romania have a strong relationship trough art and culture. I have a bold wish for Art Safari 2018…’

'France and Romania have a strong relationship trough art and culture. I have a bold wish for Art Safari 2018…'

Interview with Hervé Mikaeloff, curator of the Central Pavilion at Art Safari Bucharest 2018.   I know you have already interacted with Romania, or with the Romanian art&cultural space, when you curated the Romanian Scenes exhibition at the Espace Culturel Louis Vuitton from Paris, in ...

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Romanian painter, selected for Oxford International Art Fair 2018

Romanian painter, selected for Oxford International Art Fair 2018

Romanian painter Bogdan Mihai Radu has been chosen – next to other two internationally awarded artists – to visually represent the 2018 edition of the Oxford International Art Fair 2018, running February 23-25 at the famous UK city’s Town Hall. ...

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Nicolae Ceausescu’s gifts, on display in Bucharest, marking a century since the dictator’s birth

Nicolae Ceausescu’s gifts, on display in Bucharest, marking a century since the dictator’s birth

A permanent exhibition displaying items that belonged to Nicolae Ceausescu will run in Bucharest from January 26 (the birthday of former communist dictator Nicolae Ceausescu) through March 1. The exhibition is carried out in partnership with Romania’s National History Museum, ...

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Traditional costumes belonging to Queen Marie of Romania, on display in Brasov

Traditional costumes belonging to Queen Marie of Romania, on display in Brasov

Two traditional costumes that belonged to Queen Marie of Romania are on display at the Brasov County History Museum, within an exhibition dedicated to the last queen of Queen of Romania. The project is endorsed by the Culture Ministry and ...

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