The National Exhibition of Decorative Arts displayed at Cotroceni Museum


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The 15th edition of The National Exhibition of Decorative Arts 2014 opened on Thursday, 13 November at The Cotroceni National Museum, Medieval Areas.

The Museum organizes this edition with the contribution of The Union of Artists, Romania and brings together works belonging to 81 contemporary artists, both renowned artists and young representatives of Decorative Arts from Bucharest, Baia Mare, Buz?u, Cluj-Napoca, Curtea de Arge?, Deva, Ia?i, Râmnicu Vâlcea, R?d?u?i, Ploie?ti, Târgu-Jiu, Timi?oara, Suceava.

The Exhibition includes works from various fields, tapestry, prints, glass, metal or ceramics.

The Cotroceni National Museum is the only museum in Romania to organize such an event, exceeding our national borders. The main objective is to promote the contemporary Romanian art and to influence the creative potential of the Romanian artists, thus preserving the tradition of the event.

The undeniable value of the National Exhibition of Decorative Arts 2012 has led to a partnership between the Cotroceni National Museum and the National Art Museum in Moldova, Chisinau. National Exhibition of Decorative Arts will also be hosted by the National Art Museum in Moldova, with the aim to promote the Romanian contemporary art and the creative potential of our artists, and also to win artists from the Republic of Moldova.

In 2015, The National Exhibition of Decorative Arts, 15th edition, will travel to Dusseldorf, Germany.

The exhibition can be visited starting 13 November 2014, until 15 January 2015.

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