Works by famous Romanian artists such as Adrian Ghenie, Mircea Cantor and Dan Perjovschi are on display at Venice Biennale 2015 that kicked off on Thursday. Romania attends this year’s biennale with the exhibition “Mapping Bucharest: Art, Memory and Revolution 1916-2016.”
The exhibition presented by our country is focusing on the artistic stage in Romania, displaying the cultural potential that underlies the development of the avant-garde and modernist stream in Europe, while offering a vision on the contemporary art in our country. The display is covering a period of 100 years of Romanian art history, presenting cities such as Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca, Timisoara, Sibiu and from diaspora.
The exhibition is also staging a perspective of the future- 2016.
When entering MAK HQs, visitors watching up the ceiling in the lobby can observe Mircea Cantor’s “warning”: “Variable Sky”.
Among the Romanian artists displaying in Venice there are Ovidiu Anton, Ion Bârl?deanu, Horia Bernea, Alexandra Bircken, Ion Bitzan, Mihu? Bo?cu Kafchin, Geta Br?tescu, André Cadere, Mircea Cantor, Marieta Chirulescu, Ana Ciceala ?i Mircea Nicolae, Andreea Ciobîca, Belu-Simion F?inaru, Harun Farocki ?i Andrei Ujic?, Constantin Flondor, Adrian Ghenie, Eileen Gray ?i Jean Badovici, Ion Grigorescu, Marcel Janco, Adolf Loos, Ciprian Mure?an, Dan Mihaltianu, Ion Lucian Murnu, Paul Neagu, Joachim Nica, Mircea Nicolae, Dan Perjovschi, Eugenia Pop, Raluca Popa, Stefan Sava, Daniel Spoerri, Iulia Toma and Andrei Ujic?.