Over 3,000 people, Bucharesters but also collectors from Romania and abroad, attended the preview of the fourth edition of Art Safari on Thursday night, at Kretzulescu Galleries (45 Calea Victoriei).
Art Safari, the largest art pavilion in Romania, is focused this year on the exhibition of great Romanian painter Stefan Luchian, whose centennial has been celebrated last year, on the central exhibition “Notes on a Landscape”, curated by Wim Waelput (Ghent, Belgium), but also on an exhibition area which will display, by rotation, young galleries from Romania and abroad, allowing the visitors to see new exhibitions every week.
The public will have the opportunity to attend cultural events, conferences, book launches, performances and video screenings for a whole month (May 19-June 18).
Art Safari 2017 is opened as of today, from 12:00 to 21:00 and the Pavilion is open until midnight every Saturday. More about the programme at www.artsafari.ro.