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29.–31.10.2021

Centrul de Interes

Contemporary Art from Cluj Napoca, Romania in Berlin

Ausstellung in zwölf Projekträumen, komplettes Programm als PDF  | Exhibition in 12 Project Spaces, Program as PDF

 

 

Geführte Touren durch unsere Projekträume | guided tours

Freitag | Friday, 29.10.2021, Start 19:30 Uhr Meeting Point: Prima Center Berlin, Biesentaler Straße 24 13359 Berlin

Sonntag | Sunday 31.10.2021, Start: 14:30 Uhr Meeting Point: Galerie Toolbox, Koloniestraße 120, 13359 Berlin

 

 

Artists: Robert Andacs, Delia Avram, Cristian Avram, Zsolt Berszan, Robert Bosisio, Andrei Budescu, Andrei Ciurdărescu, Vasile Cloşcă, Géza Dabóczi, Irina Dumitraşcu, Adrian Ghiman, Valentin Ionescu, Andrei Ispas, Ovidiu Leuce, Gabriel Marian, Alex Mirutziu, Virgilius Moldovan, Sebastian Nasta, Cristian Opriş, Vlad Paraschiv, Florin Ştefan, Mihai Zgondoiu

 

Die Ausstellungen in unseren Projekträumen sind Teil des internationalen Austauschprojekts zwischen Centrul de Interes in Cluj-Napoca, Rumänien, und der Kolonie Wedding.

The exhibitions in our project spaces are part of the international exchange project between Centrul de Interes in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, and Kolonie Wedding.

Centrul de Interes ist sowohl ein Ort für zeitgenössische Kunst als auch ein Verbund, eine Gemeinschaft von Künstler:innen, Galerien, Projekträumen. Das Projekt wurde 2017 ins Leben gerufen, indem sich bereits bestehende Kunstinitiativen und Künstler:innen in Cluj-Napoca zusammenschlossen und in ein altes Fabrikgebäude zogen, das nun 5 Galerien, 4 Projekträume, 3 Räume für künstlerische Residenzen und 24 Werkstätten auf 2800 Quadratmetern und vier Etagen beherbergt. Centrul de Interes ist interdisziplinär und international ausgerichtet, während es gleichzeitig die zeitgenössische Kunstszene in Cluj-Napoca und in ganz Rumänien stärkt.

Centrul de Interes is both a place for contemporary art and a network, a community of artists, galleries and project spaces. The project was launched in 2017 by bringing together existing art initiatives and artists in Cluj-Napoca and moving into an old factory building that now houses 5 galleries, 4 project spaces, 3 spaces for artist’s residencies and 24 workshops on 2800 square metres and 4 floors. Centrul de Interes is interdisciplinary and international in scope, while strengthening the contemporary art scene in Cluj-Napoca and throughout Romania.

 

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FLANEUR, Andrei Budescu+Ovidiu LeuceInstallation – Photo & Collage by Andrei Budescu / Ovidiu Leuce


Opening: October 15, 7 pm

Exhibition: October 16-31, 2021, Saturdays 2-6 pm and per appointment

 

For the perfect flâneur, for the passionate spectator, it is an immense joy to set up house in the heart of the multitude, amid the ebb and flow of movement, in the midst of the fugitive and the infinite.  (Charles Baudelaire,“The Painter of Modern Life”, published in Le Figaro, 1863)

 

In the space of the gallery the public can discover an unstable scenery assembled by the two artists united in their work by the attention they pay to landscape and to the texture produced by the signs of a territory.

This exhibition is part of the international exchange project between Centrul de Interes in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, and Kolonie Wedding, Berlin.

Ovidiu Leuce (Zalau, Romania, 1981). Lives and works in Cluj Napoca, Romania.
Graduated in Ceramics at the University of Art and Design in Cluj Napoca (Romania). Has studied Painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. In his practice, both in painting and ceramics, he creates unusual and poetical collages of interior landscapes arising from real experiences as well as personal memory and literary sources.
He participated in several projects, workshops and residencies in Italy, Turkey, Spain, Latvia and Romania, and exhibited in solo or group shows at Mark Rothko Art Centre, Daugavpils (Latvia), Boccanera Gallery,Trento (Italy), Centru de Interes, Cluj Napoca (Romania), Palazzo Flangini, Venice (Italy), Villa Medici Académie de France, Rome (Italy), MAXXI Museum in Rome (Italy), Revoltella Museum, Trieste (Italy) Pamukkale University Denizli, (Turkey) StudioBruck, Sibiu, (Romania) etc.

Andrei Budescu (Iasi, Romania, 1982). Lives and works in Cluj Napoca, Romania.
Teaches at the University of Arts and Design in Cluj-Napoca and is specialised in photography and alternative/historical processes in photography (wet plate collodion, cyanotype, Polaroid, film photography, etc.). He also uses different mediums of expression like video installation and sound installation.
He colaborated with several festivals like the International Motion Festival, Nicosia, Cyprus, Unseen Festival / Futures project, Amsterdam, Holland, ELEKTROARTS Festival, Music Accademy of Cluj Napoca, Romania etc. He exhibited in solo or group shows at Centrul de Interes, Cluj Napoca (Romania) in 2021, Polish Institute, Budapest (Hungary) in 2014, The Gallery @ 40 South, Patchogue, New York ( USA) in 2015, Romanian Cultural Institute, New York (USA) 2019, Centre Curturel Français de Cluj-Napoca ( Romania) in 2010, etc.

 

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