Tag Archives: young artist

Serban Savu – Just Intro


figurative painter

the subject: the daily existance of contemporary Romanian society


born: 1978 Sighisoara, Romania

1996 – University of Art and Design, Cluj Napoca, Romania

2002 – “Nicolae Iorga” postgraduate research grant, Venice, Italy

International Exhibitions

2009: The Edge of the Empire, David Nolan Gallery, New York (solo)

2008: Size Matters: XS – Recent Small-Scale Painting, Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville, TN; Berlin Show, Plan B Gallery, Berlin, Germany; Closer Still, Mihai Nicodim Gallery, Los Angeles; Days Become Nights, Galerie Hussenot, Paris

2007: Harvest, Kontainer Gallery, Los Angeles (solo); f a projects, London (solo)

2006: The New Man,  Mie Lefever Gallery, Gent, Belgium (solo); Please Drive Slowly Through Our World, Kontainer Gallery, Los Angeles; Cluj Connection, Haunch of Venison Gallery, Zurich

2004: Vietato l’ingresso ai non addetti ai lavori, Cube Gallery, Venice, Italy (solo); Ichtyos, Spazio Arte Pisanello, Verona, Italy (solo)

2003: Energia, Centrale Idroelettrica di Nove, Vittorio Veneto, Italy

2002: Romanian Cultural Centre, Paris

photo: nicodimgallery.com, plan-b.ro

Razvan Tun – Just Intro


part of FRISS 2011 Budapest by KOGART (the Kovacs Gabor Art Foundation)

about: short mixed media / animation and graphics

“The Ballerina” by Razvan Tun

“Self-portrait” by Razvan Tun

Irina Ciurea – Just Intro


born 1978

The College of Arts “Nicolae Tonitza” Bucharest, Romania

The University of Fine Arts  Bucharest, Romania

2001 scholarship  – The Academy of Fine Arts of Brera, Milan, Italy

2002 scholarship – The University of Perugia, Italy

photo: www.irinaciurea.com

Romanian Young Artists – International Exhibition (2)

The project Mosaiken 5 – Betahaus Berlin (2009)
with Otilia Cadar, Ioana Ursa, Florin Pantilimon, Iulia Morcov, Delia Orman
Otilia Cadar
Ioana Ursa
Florin Pantilimon
Iulia Morcov
Delia Orman
“Mosaiken means 5 distinct artistic directions but still united through the same conceptual instrumentality like intimacy, personal histories, symbols, critique of spirituality and sin.
Mosaiken talks about the mirage capacity of reality , about the beauty and resorts of fantastic realism, in the context of Romanian contemporary art.

Each artist exhibits a mosaic of works creating a personal world. There are therefore five segments of mosaics. The subjects are distinctive and representative to each one of them.”


Romanian young artists – International Exhibition (1)


I’ll begin from two international exhibitions,  that have the young art critic Cosmin Nasui as curator, in order to introduce you some amazing young Romanian artists.

Radu Belcin, Dragos Burlacu, Francisc Chiuariu, Maxim Dumitras, Ana Maria Micu, Catalin Petrisor, Flavia Pitis, Bogdan Rata, Aurel Tar were part of “Post Humanism – Rewriting Worlds” Moscow and “Colouring the Grey – State of Mind” Tel Aviv.

Radu Belcin

photo: www.radubelcin.blogspot.com

Dragos Burlacu

photo: www.dragosburlacu.ro

Francisc Chiuariu

photo: www.francisc-chiuariu.ro

Maxim Dumitras

photo: www.maximdumitras.ro

Ana Maria Micu

photo: www.anamariamicu.com

Catalin Petrisor

photo: www.catalinpetrisor.com

Flavia Pitis

photo: www.flavia-pitis.blogspot.com

Bogdan Rata

photo: www.bogdanrata.blogspot.com

Aurel Tar

photo: www.aureltar.eu