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WHO IF NOT WE? Being Here in the Age of Confusion
WHO IF NOT WE? Being Here in the Age of Confusion

9 october 2014 – 11 november 2014 EXHIBITION Curated by PAVILION – journal for politics of culture An exhibition with extracts from the archives of PAVILION, BUCHAREST BIENNALE, FREE ACADEMY, REFORMA, BUCHAREST FILM BIENNALE, PAVILION RESOURCE ROOM PAVILION – the project started in 1999 which generates the entire activity of the organization (BUCHAREST BIENNALE, FREE [...]

Affluence of the working class from differentiation to collectivism (On Fashion and the Politics of Aesthetics)
Affluence of the working class from differentiation to collectivism (On Fashion and the Politics of Aesthetics)

10 October 2013 – 12 February 2014 EXHIBITION OPENING: Thursday, 04 April 2013, 19.00 Curator: Răzvan Ion Participants: Marina Albu (RO), Maria Balea (RO), Cosmin Grădinariu (RO), Gergő Horváth (RO), Vladislav Mamyshev (RU), Radu Nițescu (RO), Adrian Paci (AL), Corneliu Porumboiu (RO), Andu Simion (RO), Wu Tsang (USA) “Fashion is a decor, a background or a [...]

COMMON NOSTALGIA
COMMON NOSTALGIA

04 April 2013 – 07 July 2013 EXHIBITION OPENING: Thursday, 04 April 2013, 19.00 Curator: Eugen Rădescu Participants: Dan Raul Pintea (RO), Ștefan Sava (RO), Nicolae Constantin Tănase (RO), Swel Noury (MAR) Nostalgia shackles the exercise of the future. Nostalgia, by definition enforces the abdication of perspective and re-penetration of the past. It is some sort of [...]

Melancholy is not enough…

15 December, 2011 – 19 February, 2012 EXHIBITION OPENING: Thursday, December 15, 2011, 19.00 Curator: Niels Van Tomme Participants: Lotte Van den Audenaeren (BE), Anne-James Chaton (FR), Andrea Galvani (IT), Jo Mitchell (UK), Matthias Wermke & Mischa Leinkauf (DE) “A sorrowful pleasure”, according to Bulgarian-French theorist Julia Kristeva, melancholy is assumed to exclude any action. [...]

March 01 – April 29, 2012: Sheltered
March 01 – April 29, 2012: Sheltered

March 01 – April 29, 2012 EXHIBITION OPENING: Thursday, March 01, 2012, 19.00 Created by: Robert Marin & Nuca Studio In a critique to modernity, the German sociologist Ulrich Beck introduced the term “The Age of And” to describe the generalized additive character of the people’s perception of themselves and the things belonging to them [...]

BUCHAREST BIENNALE 5 – Tactics for the here and now
BUCHAREST BIENNALE 5 – Tactics for the here and now

25 May – 22 July, 2012 Bucharest International Biennial for Contemporary Art   Curator: Anne Barlow Participants: Abbas Akhavan (IR/CA), Marina Albu (RO), Haris Epaminonda (CY/DE), Klas Eriksson (SE), Ruth Ewan (UK), Aurelien Froment (IE/FR), Ciprian Homorodean (RO/BE), Iman Issa (EG/USA), Janice Kerbel (CA/UK), Jill Magid (USA), David Maljkovic (HR), Marina Naprushkina (BY/DE), Ahmet Ogut [...]

CRITICAL BOTOX in times of 2.0 feudalism
CRITICAL BOTOX  in times of 2.0 feudalism

04 October 2012 – 06 January 2013 EXHIBITION OPENING: Thursday, 04 October 2012, 19.00 Curator: Alex Brahim Participants: Aggtelek (ES/BE), Anamor (ES), José Begega (ES), Karmelo Bermejo (ES/MX), Zeljko Blace (BA/HR), Lúa Coderch (PE/ES), Andrés Duplat (CO), Juan Pablo Echeverri (CO), Félix Fernández (ES), Jorge García (ES), Miquel García (ES), Andrea Gómez (CO/ES), Núria Güell [...]

22 september – 04 december, 2011: presently i have nothing to show and i’m showing it!

22 september – 04 december, 2011 EXHIBITION OPENING: Thursday, September 22, 2011, 19.00 Curator: Eugen RadescuParticipants: Rainer Werner Fassbinder (DE), Isidore Isou (FR), Marina Albu (RO), Marina Naprushkina (BY/DE), Alfred Jarry (FR), Juan delGado (ES/UK) “PRESENTLY I HAVE NOTHING TO SHOW AND I’M SHOWING IT!” is a commercial slogan made by Ghislain Mollet-Vieville, meant to [...]