Collection

Nasui collection & gallery is an independent organization that collects and supports modern and contemporary art and artists. Focus of Nasui Collection: Historical Avant-garde; Jugendstil; Socialist realism, Propaganda in Art; Postmodernism; Contemporary Romanian Art, Neo-figurative, Speculative Realism

Our founding collection of PostModernism Museum in Bucharest consists of modern and contemporary artworks. Our long-term strategy is to grow and diversify our collection. We are open to new acquisitions and look forward to sharing similar interests with collectors and art lovers attracted by the following selected artists, as well as many others too numerous to list. Any discussions and information provided will be treated as confidential matter, to protect the privacy of the parties involved.

 

Historical Avant-garde & Aesthetic Activism 

Cadavre Exquis titled ”Cadavres Délicieux” (collective work): Hedda Sterne, Theodore Brauner, Medi Wechsler Dinu, Jules Perahim (part of the collection since 2014)

Theodore Brauner 1914-2000 (part of the collection since 2014)
André Derain 1880-1954 (part of the collection since 2012)
Sonia Delaunay 1885-1979 (part of the collection since 2012)
Marcel Janco 1895-1984 (part of the collection since 2015)
Fernand Léger 1881-1955 (part of the collection since 2016)
Max Herman Maxy 1895-1971 (part of the collection since 2015)
Jules Perahim 1914-2008 (part of the collection since 2014)
Hedda Sterne 1910-2011 Archive 1910-1941 (part of the collection since 2014)
Tristan Tzara 1896-1963 (part of the collection since 2016)

Cadavre Exquis

Cadavre exquis titled ”Cadavres Délicieux” ( Surrealists collective work): Hedda Sterne, Theodore Brauner, Medi Wechsler Dinu, Jules Perahim   Share...

Fernand Léger

Fernand Léger was born at Argentan, France, on 4 February 1881. Léger began his career as a an artist by serving an apprenticeship in architecture in Caen and working as a architectural draughtsman. In 1900 Léger went to Paris and was admitted to the École des Arts...

Jules Perahim

Jules Perahim (1914-2008) collaborates with the Avant-Garde magazines ”Unu” (1930-1932) and ”Alge” (1930-1933) – the latter he founded with Gherasim Luca and Aurel Baranga. His artistic career started with a drawing and painting exhibition in 1932 in Bucharest....

Theodore Brauner

1914, Vienna, Austria – 2000, Paris, France Théodore Brauner was born in Vienna in 1914. His father, a poet, was involved in Theosophy. His older brother Victor, a noted painter, was involved in Surrealism. Brauner’s life can be seen as a process of reconciling the...

Hedda Sterne

Nasui Collection has made an important discovery of Hedda Sterne early years (life and creation) 1910-1941 of Hedda Sterne, consisting in documents, photographs and the body of artworks made by her until 1941. Kept locked for more than 75 years in time, this little...

Jugendstil & Power of Narrative

Ludwig Hesshaimer 1872-1956 (part of the collection since 2017) 
Iosif Iser
 1881-1958 (part of the collection since 2007)
Alois Kolb 1875-1942 (part of the collection since 2012)
Ary Murnu 1881-1971 (part of the collection since 2013)
Emil Orlik 1870-1932 (part of the collection since 2012)

Ludwig Hesshaimer

Ludwig Hesshaimer (1872, Brașov – 1952, Rio de Janeiro) Ludwig Hesshaimer, a born German Saxon in Romania, in his time was well-known as both an artist and a club philatelist. As an Austrian, he tended the German body of thought, founded the first Association of...

Alois Kolb

Alois Kolb was born in Vienna in 1875 and died in Leipzig in 1942. He studied at the Munich Academy of Fine Art. From 1907 he taught at the Leipzig Academy. He had success particularly as an etcher, and contributed to journals such as Zeitschrift für Bildende Kunst...

Ary Murnu

Ary Murnu, 29 drawing plates, ink and crayon on cardboard, various dimensions: 26 x 20 cm, 25 x 10 cm, 26 x 12 cm, 16 x 13 cm, 14 x 11 cm Published in Lumea copiilor (1922-1927) „Publicaţiune septămănală pentru copii şi tineret”, 16 pages / format 26 x 21 cm / cover...

Emil Orlik

Emil Orlik, who was born in 1870 in Prague, studied between 1891 and 1893 at the Munich Academy and the academy school for copperplate engraving. In 1896 Emil Orlik met the poet Rainer Maria Rilke in Prague and followed him to Munich, where Orlik and Otto Pankok...

Iosif Iser

Iosif Iser (21 May 1881 — 25 April 1958; born and died in Bucharest) was a Romanian painter and graphic artist. Born to a Jewish family, he was initially inspired by Expressionism, creating drawings with thick, unmodulated, lines and steep angles. After studies in...

Pioneers & Trendsetters of Photography in Romania

Leopold Adler 1848-1924 (part of the collection since 2016)
Alexandru Bellu
 1850-1921 (part of the collection since 2016)
Iosif Berman 1892-1941 (part of the collection since 2016)
Gheorghe Deac (part of the collection since 2016)
Emil Fischer 1873-1965 (part of the collection since 2017)
Hedy Löffler 1911-2007 (part of the collection since 2016)
Foto Royal, București
Franz Mandy 1848-1910 (part of the collection since 2016)
József Marx 1914-1992 (part of the collection since 2016)

Jozsef Marx

The Artistic Biography of József Marx József Marx was born on the 23rd of April 1914 in Tîrgu Mureş (Marosvásárhely, Neumarkt am Mieresch). He was six years old when his family moved to Aiud (Nagyenyed, Strassburg am Mieresch). He studied there at Bethlen Gábor...

Iosif Berman

Iosif Berman (1892-1941) was Jewish ethnicity Royal family photographer and photo journalist for the major newspapers of the time Adevărul, Dimineaţa, Curentul, Realitatea ilustrată, România ilustrată, Ilustraţiunea română, Cuvântul liber, L’Indépendance...

Alexandru Bellu

Alexandru Bellu (1850-1921) with Aromanian roots from Macedonia is one of the pioneers of photography in Romania. Passionate by the peasants lifestyle Alexandru Bellu is photographing them in their natural habitat. The photos were reproduced in the album „La Roumanie...

Socialist realism, Propaganda & Ideology in Art

Romanian Socialist Realism Archive (part of the collection since 2014)
Cultural Cold War Archive (part of the collection since 2014)
Romanian Baby Boom & ”Decreței” Archive (part of the collection since 2014)
Vanished Monuments Archive (part of the collection since 2014)
Ceausescu Personality Cult Archive (part of the collection since 2014)

Gheorghe Adoc b.1926 (part of the collection since 2016)
Ion Valentin Anestin 1900-1963 (part of the collection since 2016)
Zoltan Andrassy 1910-2006 (part of the collection since 2016)
Corina Beiu Angheluţă 1919-2009 (part of the collection since 2017)
Ion Barbulescu B’Arg 1887-1969 (part of the collection since 2016)
Ileana Balotă 1927-1996 (part of the collection since 2017)
Dan Băjenaru 1900-1988 (part of the collection since 2015)
Petre Bedivan 1928-1982 (part of the collection since 2016)
Elena Bianu 1927-? (part of the collection since 2016)
Gheorghe Boțan 1929-2016 (part of the collection since 2016)
Nicolae Brana 1905-1986 (part of the collection since 2017) 
Geta Brătescu b.1926 (part of the collection since 2016) 
Eva Cerbu 1924-2008 (part of the collection since 2016) 
Marcel Chirnoaga 1930-2008 (part of the collection since 2016) 
Nell Cobar 1915-1993 (part of the collection since 2014)
Florica Cordescu 1913-1965 (part of the collection since 2013)
Cik Damadian 1919-1985 (part of the collection since 2016) 
Cornelia Daneț 1929-2015 (part of the collection since 2016) 
Gheorghe Zamphiropol Dall 1883-1951 (part of the collection since 2013)  
Vasile Dobrian 1912-1999 (part of the collection since 2016)
Ion Donca b.1940 (part of the collection since 2016)
Stan Done b.1937 (part of the collection since 2016)
Boris Efrimov 1899-2008 (part of the collection since 2016)
Paul Erdös 1916-1987 (part of the collection since 2016)
Kalman Fodor 1929-1980 (part of the collection since 2016)
Frieda Imling Fodor 1928-? (part of the collection since 2016)
Mihail Gion 1912-1993 (part of the collection since 2016)
Octav Grigorescu 1933-1987 (part of the collection since 2016)
Nicolae Hilohi b.1930 (part of the collection since 2016)
Ana Iliuţ 1913-1991 (part of the collection since 2016)
Simion Iuca 1907-1994 (part of the collection since 2016)
Gheorghe Ivancenco 1914-1979 (part of the collection since 2016)
Ion Jalea 1887-1983 (part of the collection since 2016)
Aurel Jiquidi 1896-1962 (part of the collection since 2015)
Vasile Kazar 1913-1998 (part of the collection since 2015)
Natalia Matei 1916-? (part of the collection since 2016)
Iosif Matyas 1930-2002 (part of the collection since 2016)
Puia Hortensia Masichievici b.1917 (part of the collection since 2016)
Elvira Micoș b.1914 (part of the collection since 2017)
Lidia Mihăescu b.1918 (part of the collection since 2017)
Aurel Mărculescu 1900-1947 (part of the collection since 2016)
Val Munteanu 1927-1996 (part of the collection since 2016)
Gheorghe Naum 1907-1968 (part of the collection since 2016)
Ervin Nagy 1930-? (part of the collection since 2016)
Iulian Olariu 1922-1991 (part of the collection since 2016)
Marcel Olinescu 1896-1992 (part of the collection since 2015)
Stelian Pantu 1914-1975 (part of the collection since 2016)
Jules Perahim 1914-2008 (part of the collection since 2014)
Camil Ressu 1880-1962 (part of the collection since 2007) 
Alma Redlinger 1924-2017 (part of the collection since 2016)
Noel Roni 1912-1984 (part of the collection since 2016)
Ilie Schon 1922-? (part of the collection since 2017)
Nicolae Spirescu 1921-2009 (part of the collection since 2017)
Albin Stănescu b.1938 (part of the collection since 2017)
Victor Sylvester 1930-2002 (part of the collection since 2016)
Béla Gy. Szabó 1905-1985 (part of the collection since 2016)
Adalbert Szlamka 1919-1997 (part of the collection since 2016)
Stefan Szonyi 1913-1967 (part of the collection since 2016)
Iosif Tellmann b.1923 (part of the collection since 2016)
Eugen Taru 1913-1991 (part of the collection since 2014)
James Thiriar 1889-1965 (part of the collection since 2016)
Ioan Untch 1926-2005 (part of the collection since 2016)
Grigore Ursu 1922-2009 (part of the collection since 2017)
Sofia Uzum 1911-1988 (part of the collection since 2016)
Traian Vasai 1929-2013 (part of the collection since 2016)
Gheza Vida 1913-1980 (part of the collection since 2016)
Xenia Eraclide Vreme b.1930 (part of the collection since 2016)
Friedrich Walter 1931-1996 (part of the collection since 2016)
Gury Filippovich Zakharov 1926-1994 (part of the collection since 2016)

Elvira Micoș

Elvira Micoș 1914-2014 She graduated the Fine Arts Academy in Bucharest, where she studied with Camil Ressu and Francisc Șirato. Debuted in 1953.Solo shows in Bucharest: 1964, 1965Solo show in Bremen 1960Solo show in Roma 1970 Share...

Lidia Mihăescu

Lidia Mihăescu b.1918  She graduated the Fine Arts Academy in Bucharest, where she studied with Camil Ressu. Debuted with a solo show in Galaţi, 1949. Share...

Albin Stănescu

Albin Stănescu (b.1938) Albin Stănescu was a Romanian artist who has worked in several artistic occupations. He was a drawing teacher, a historical painter for the army’s art studios and a hyper-realistic children’s book artist. Born in Dâmboviţa, he...

Nicolae Spirescu

(n. 24 ianuarie 1921, București – d. 5 noiembrie 2009, Galați) pictor român. Cronologie sumară 1940-1945 Studii: Academia de Arte Frumoase București, clasa prof. Camil Ressu. 1945-1946 Seminarul Pedagogic Universitar, București. 1946-1983 Profesor titular, Galați....

Grigore Ursu

Grigore Ursu 1922-2009 Biografie După absolvirea cursurilor primare din comuna natală s-a înscris la Școala de Arte și Meserii din Câmpulung Moldovenesc (1936 – 1940). A urmat apoi cursuri la Școala Populară de Artă din Iași. După anul 1960 a început să-și...

Ilie Schön

Ilie Schön s-a născut în 1922 și în 1937 a devenit membru UTC, fiind arestat în timpul celui de-al Doilea Război Mondial şi condamnat în 1942 la 10 ani închisoare pentru activitate comunistă. În timpul regimului comunist, a urmat cursurile Institutului de Arte...

Zakharov Gury Filippovich

Zakharov Gury Filippovich (Захаров Гурий Филиппович) 1926-1994 Born in Kimry, now Kalinin region.Named Honored Artist of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic RSFSR (1968).Laureate of the State Prize of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic RSFSR...

Stan Done

Stan Done b.1937 He graduated in 1965 the ”Institute of Fine Arts Nicolae Grigorescu” where he studied with Vasile Kazar. Remarkable also as a book illustrator Stan Done was awarded at Leipzig Book Fair, in 1965, for Mutter Courage by Brecht, He was active also as a...

Ion Donca

Ion Donca b.1940 He graduated in 1965 the ”Institute of Fine Arts Nicolae Grigorescu” where he studied with Vasile Kazar. Share...

Gheza Vida

Géza Vida (or Gheza Vida, 28 February 1913, Nagybánya – 11 May 1980, Baia Mare) was a Romanian-Hungarian sculptor from Maramureș. Bibliography: VIDA, Raoul Șorban, Editura Meridiane, București, 1981 Share...

Marcel Olinescu

Marcel Olinescu (1896-1992) Olinescu graduated Fine Arts Academy Bucharest in 1923.Olinescu was part of the ”Grupul Grafic” (1938-1946). Debuts in 1923 with a painting exhibition in Bucharest, where after he attended the ”Official Salons of Black and White” in 1940,...

Vasile Kazar

Vasile Kazar was a graphic artist, draughtsman, and illustrator. He was born into a wealthy family of Jewish intellectuals, which allowed him after graduating high school in his hometown to continue his studies in Baia Mare, Budapest, and at the Academie Grande...

Boris Efrimov

Boris Efrimov 1899-2008 was a Soviet political cartoonist best known for his critical political caricatures of Adolf Hitler and other Nazis produced before and during the Second World War, and was the chief illustrator of the newspaper Izvestia. During his 90-year...

Ion Valentin Anestin

Ion Valentin Anestin 1900-1963 was a Romanian graphic artist, engraver, painter, sculptor, journalist and dramatist. Share...

Florica Cordescu

Florica Cordescu 1913-1965 Graduated Fine Arts Academy Bucharest in 1937, where she studied with J. Al. Steriadi. She was also following Paris Académie de la Grande Chaumière and Scandinavian Academy. Debuted in 1922 at the Offcial Saloon. Solo shows in Bucharest:...

Octav Grigorescu

Octav Grigorescu (1933-1987) was a Romanian graphic artist, painter, illustrator, poet and also professor at the Institute of Fine Arts Bucharest. He was the brother of  conceptual artist Ion Grigorescu and husband of painter Georgeta Naparus. Share...

James Thiriar

James Thiriar (1889-1965), a Belgian artist from Brussels and one of the Belgian Front painters. He was also a costume designer and decorator who before the war worked with the Belgian symbolist artist Ferdinand Khnopff, for the Théatre de la Monnaie (Dutch:...

Béla Gy. Szabó

Béla Gy. Szabó 1905-1985 Béla Gy. Szabó was representing Romania at Venice Biennale in 1960 in a group exhibition including: Paintings by George Petrașcu. Drawings and engravings by Gheorghe Adoc, Zoltan Andrássy, Corina Beiu Angheluță, Gheorghe Boțan, Geta...

Elena Bianu

Elena Bianu, 1927-? She graduated in 1953  the ”Institute of Fine Arts Nicolae Grigorescu”. She debuted in 1955 in Petrosani where she teached at the high school. She worked in various techniques linocut, watercolor, print projects and mural paintings (for Casa de...

Frieda Imling Fodor

Frieda Imling Fodor, 1928-? She graduated „Institutul de Arte Plastice Ion Andreescu” from Cluj-Napoca in 1953, where she studied with Bene, Maria Ciupe, Judith Szentimery. Debuted in 1953 at Youth Festival in Bucharest. Worked in linocut, embroidery and tapestry...

Ervin Nagy

Ervin Nagy, 1930-? He graduated „Institutul de Arte Plastice Ion Andreescu” from Cluj-Napoca in 1955. He was a teacher in the middle school, then an artistic designer at the „Institutul de Mine Petroșani”. Debuted in 1954 in Cluj. Share...

Victor Sylvester

Victor Sylvester 1930-2002 He graduated „Institutul de Arte Plastice Ion Andreescu” from Cluj-Napoca in 1955, where he studied with Miklossy, Kovacs and Béla Nagy Abodi. Debuted in 1955 in Petroșani. In 1960, Victor Sylvester exhibited at the Venice Biennale. Victor...

Kalman Fodor

Kalman Fodor 1929-1980 He graduated „Institutul de Arte Plastice Ion Andreescu” from Cluj-Napoca in 1954. He was a teacher at the popular art school in Petroșani. Debuted in 1953 in Cluj. Solo shows in 1963 in Bucharest, Cluj, Petroșani. He was comissioned to design...

Iosif Matyas

Iosif Matyas 1930-2002 He graduated „Institutul de Arte Plastice Ion Andreescu” from Cluj-Napoca in 1956, where he studied with Zoltan Andrassy and Béla Nagy Abodi. Debuted in 1957 at the Graphic Saloon. Solo shows in 1959 at Baia Mare, in 1967 in Bucharest and in...

Friedrich Walter

Friedrich Walter 1931-1996 He graduated „Institutul de Arte Plastice Ion Andreescu” from Cluj-Napoca in 1958, where he studied with Horșia and Miklossy. He started to exhibit in Timișoara in 1958 and after in Petroșani and Baia Mare. Commissioned for public art in...

Iulian Olariu

Iulian Olariu 1922-1991 He graduated in 1951  the ”Institute of Fine Arts Nicolae Grigorescu” where he studied with: Dărăscu, Stoenescu, Steriadi, Ciucurencu.Solo shows in 1957, 1959, 1964, 1966 in Bucharest.  Iulian Olariu was representing Romania at Venice Biennale...

Zoltan Andrassy

Zoltan Andrassy 1910-2006 He graduated the Fine Arts Academy in Bucharest in 1933. Debuted in 1930 with advertising graphic. Zoltan Andrassy was teaching at „Institutul de Arte Plastice Ion Andreescu” din Cluj-Napoca. Zoltan Andrassy was representing Romania at Venice...

Nicolae Hilohi

Nicolae Hilohi b.1930 He followed the ”Institute of Fine Arts Nicolae Grigorescu”, in between 1950-1955. He debuted in 1956 at the Annual Graphic Exhibition. Solo show in 1972 in Bucharest. Share...

Stefan Szonyi

Stefan Szonyi 1913-1967 Născut la Banloc, Austro-Ungaria, a primit în 1964 titlul de Maestru Emerit al Artei din RPR pentru merite deosebite în domeniul artelor plastice. Share...

Vasile Dobrian

Vasile Dobrian 1912-1999 „Vasile Dobrian a graphician of long experience, concentrates mainly on linocut in colours. In highly simplified compositions works, generally static but with a touch of the monumental, he outlines scenes and humans figures which bear the...

Puia Hortensia Masichievici

Puia Hortensia Masichievici (1917-2010) She graduated the Fine Arts Academy in Bucharest, where she studied with Camil Ressu. Debuted in 1943 at the Autumn Offcial Saloon.Solo shows in Bucharest: 1960, 1965, 1970, 1975Solo show in Craiova: 1966Solo shows in...

Gheorghe Naum

Gheorghe Naum 1907-1968 Gheorghe Naum was representing Romania at Venice Biennale in 1960 in a group exhibition including: Paintings by George Petrașcu. Drawings and engravings by Gheorghe Adoc, Zoltan Andrássy, Corina Beiu Angheluță, Gheorghe Boțan, Geta...

Gheorghe Ivancenco

Gheorghe Ivancenco 1914-1979 He graduated the Fine Arts Academy in Bucharest, studied with Francisc Şirato (1938) and after with Simion Luca (1946-1949).In 1954 Gheorghe Ivancenco exhibitied at Venice Biennale.In 1958 Gheorghe Ivancenco was awarded with UAP Prize for...

Sofia Uzum

Sofia Uzum, 1911-1988 Graduated Fine Arts Academy Bucharest in 1936. Debuted in 1947 in Ploiesti. Starting with 1953 she participated in the graphics salons.Solo shows in Bucharest 1969, 1975 and in Warsaw 1970. She worked in various techniques, illustrations for...

Gheorghe Adoc

Gheorghe Adoc b.1926 Gratuated in 1953 ”Insititutul de Arte Plastice Nicolae Grigorescu” where he studied with Max Hermann Maxy, Simion Iuca, J. Al. Steriadi.Gheorghe Adoc illustrated ”Neamul Șoimăreștilor” by Mihail Sadoveanu in 1954. Gheorghe Adoc was representing...

Alma Redlinger

Alma Redlinger, 1924-2017 She follwed the Free Painting Academy of M. H Maxy, 1940-1944 and Guguianu Free Academy, 1944-1945.   Share...

Mihail Gion

Mihail Gion 1912-1993 Debut in 1941 with a poster for the show ”The City Without Lawyers” by Nicola Manzari.From 1952 he participates in the graphics salons. Solo shows in 1956, 1957, 1962, 1974 (retrospective) Bucharest.Works drawing, caricature, linocut, magazine...

Traian Vasai

Traian Vasai, 1929-2013 Traian Vasai was a notable Canadian painter of Romanian origin living in Montreal, Quebec. He arrived in Canada in 1992 as refugee. He is the father of American Romanian artists Amalia Pop, Rozalinda Vasai & grandfather to American Romanian...

Marcel Chirnoaga

Marcel Chirnoaga 1930-2008 Chirnoaga graduated the Faculty of mathematics and physics, Bucharest in 1952. Marcel Chirnoaga was representing Romania at Venice Biennale in 1960 in a group exhibition including: Paintings by George Petrașcu. Drawings and engravings...

Xenia Eraclide Vreme

Xenia Eraclide Vreme’s artworks are mostly engravings, etchings and drawings. During her entire 50 years carrier she use most engraving and etching techniques. In the early years of her career she did wood engraving with the social subjects of that time, but soon...

Eva Cerbu

Eva Cerbu 1924-2008 Eva Cerbu was representing Romania at Venice Biennale in 1960 in a group exhibition including: Paintings by George Petrașcu. Drawings and engravings by Gheorghe Adoc, Zoltan Andrássy, Corina Beiu Angheluță, Gheorghe Boțan, Geta Brătescu, Eva...

Cornelia Daneț

Cornelia Daneț, 1929-2015 Cornelia Daneț Demetrescu graduated from the Academy of Art in Bucharest in 1954. She is the author of eight solo exhibitions and participated also in over 40 group exhibitions abroad and over 50 in the country. She also illustrated numerous...

Aurel Mărculescu

Aurel Mărculescu 1900-1947 Aurel Marculescu prolonged the experiment in Expressionist graphic art until after World War II. His engravings (to some extent edulcorated) depict the provincial suburbs, alternating with those in which Fascism and its horrors are submitted...

Natalia Matei

Natalia Matei-Teodorescu, 1916-? Graduated Fine Arts Academy Bucharest in 1942. Debuted in 1945 at Autumn Official Saloon.Solo shows in Bucharest: 1965, 1974.In 1960, Natalia Matei-Teodorescu exhibited at the Venice Biennale. Share...

Noel Roni

Noel Roni 1912-1984 Florin Noel, Noel Roni publicly known under the pseudonym, graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Bucharest in 1935, studing with Camil Ressu. From 1950 to 1956 he led Institutul de Arta ”Nicolae Grigorescu” din Bucuresti. He illustrated many...

Gheorghe Boțan

Gheorghe Boțan (1929-2016) Gratuated in 1958 ”Insititutul de Arte Plastice Nicolae Grigorescu” where he studied with Vasile Kazar.Solo shows in Bucharest: 1960, 1962, 1973, 1975. Awarded with the prize of the Vienna International Youth Festival, 1959.Collaborated with...

Simion Iuca

Simion Iuca 1907-1994 He was for four decades, Professor in the engraving department of the University of Fine Arts in Bucharest. Bibliography Octavian Barbosa, Dictionarul artistilor romani contemporani, Meridiane, Bucarest, 1976 Fl. Arsenie, M. Grigorescu, S....

Stelian Panțu

Stelian Pantu (1914-1975) Professor of Graphic Fine Arts at Institutul de Arte Plastice “Nicolae Grigorescu”, Bucharest Bibliography: “Stelian Panţu” [Catalog MarianaVida în colaborare cu Viorel Grigore; studiu introductiv cronologie şi bibliografie], Oficiul...

Petre Bedivan

Petre Bedivan (1928-1982) Studied at Institutul de Arte Plastice “Nicolae Grigorescu”, Bucureşti, 1947-1953. UAP Member since 1954. Selected exhibitions:1968 – Group exhibition, “Interfauna”, Düsseldorf, Germany1969 – Group exhibitions, Romanian...

Ana Iliuţ

Ana Iliuț (1913-1991) was born in Cetatea Alba (today Ukraine). She attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Iasi, where she studied with Octav Bancila, Cosmovici and Troteanu. Since 1955, Ana Iliuţ was integrated into the new artistic life and participated in numerous...

Ioan Untch

Ioan Untch, 1926-2005 He graduated in 1956 the ”Institute of Fine Arts Nicolae Grigorescu” where he studied with Gheorghe Ivancenco. He illustrated books like ”Nada florilor”, Mihail Sadoveanu, Ed. Tineretului, 1956, ”Instantanee din viata animalelor”, Ionel Pop, Ed....

Paul Erdöș

Paul Erdöș (1916 – 1987)The engraving is part of the series “Viața Nouă în Oas ” / “New Life in Oas ” for which Paul Erdos received the State Prize of the Romanian People’s Republic in 1962. Born on 2 November 1916 in Hurezul Mare,...

Geta Bratescu

Geta Brătescu (born 4 May 1926, Ploiești) is a Romanian visual artist. Her work includes drawing, collage, photography, performance, illustration and film. In 2008 Geta Brătescu received the title of Doctor honoris causa from the National University of Arts Bucharest,...

Val Munteanu

Val Munteanu (1927-1996) began his career in 1946 with illustrations and caricatures in the left wing propagandistic newspapers and caricatures inserted in the satirical magazine ”Urzica”. Starting with 1949, he had taken part to the Annual Saloons of graphic art,...

Cik Damadian

Cik (Hacik) Damadian 1919-1985 Cik Damadian was born on the 6th of August 1919, in Constanţa and passed away in 1985 in Bucharest. He studied in Italy at the Armenina College “Murat-Raphael”, in Venice and the School de Belle Arte in Rome. His debute is in 1948 with...

Jules Perahim

Jules Perahim (1914-2008) collaborates with the Avant-Garde magazines ”Unu” (1930-1932) and ”Alge” (1930-1933) – the latter he founded with Gherasim Luca and Aurel Baranga. His artistic career started with a drawing and painting exhibition in 1932 in Bucharest....

Dan Băjenaru

The artwork was presented within the aniversary exhibition of two decades from the 9-th Congress of the Communist Party Part of DARE – programme of Documenting, Archiving, Revaluing and Exhibiting the art produced in Romania in 1945-1990 Research and exhibition...

Nell Cobar

Remarkable and versatile graphic artist, Nell Cobar (1916-1993) worked in different drawing styles, adapting to several graphic genres: illustration, caricature, cartoon, calligraphic drawing etc. Cobar made his debut as a cinema graphic artist in 1939. The first...

Eugen Taru

Illustrations at book cicle ”Paravanul de aur”, 1953-1960 by Isac Ludo 46 drawings, ink on paper, 20 x 28 cm (each) Eugen Taru (1913-1991) made his debut within the exhibition of painters from Craiova (Romania) in 1927. Beginning with 1931 he had constantly published...

Gheorghe Zamphiropol Dall

Gheorghe Zamphiropol Dall (1883-1951) represented in his paintings and drawings the ordinary life of the people in poor condition. He studied and represented scenes from the World War I and II. Share...

Camil Ressu

Camil Ressu 1880-1962 was a Romanian painter and academic, one of the most significant art figures of Romania. Share...

Postmodernism, Frozen and Unfrozen Art, In and Out of the Mainstream

Victor Ciato b.1938 (part of the collection since 2013)
Victor V. Ciobanu b.1940 (part of the collection since 2016)
Christo and Jeanne-Claude b.1935 (part of the collection since 2004)
Ioan Atanasiu Delamare 1955-2015 (part of the collection since 2016)
Dan Erceanu b.1943 (part of the collection since 2017)
Dorel Găină b.1953 (part of the collection since 2005)
Henry Mavrodin b.1937 (part of the collection since 2016)
Florin Mitroi 1938-2002 (part of the collection since 2010)
Marilena Murariu b.1954 (part of the collection since 2011)
Petru Rusu b.1955 (part of the collection since 2017)
Nae Saftoiu b.1935 (part of the collection since 2016)
Radu Solovastru b.1957 (part of the collection since 2016)
Vladimir Setran b. 1935 (part of the collection since 2016)
Cristian Todie b.1954 (part of the collection since 2013)
Vasile Tolan b.1953 (part of the collection since 2004)
László Ujvárossy b.1955 (part of the collection since 2016)
Sorin Vreme b.1962 (part of the collection since 2016)
Mihu Vulcănescu 1934-1994 (part of the collection since 2017)

Mihu Vulcănescu

Mihu Vulcănescu 20 februarie 1937, Bucureşti – 1994 (Italia) Debuted in 1956 in Bucharest. Solo shows in Bucharest 1959, 1963, 1969, 1981; in Vienna 1967; in Arezzo and Cortona 1968. Share...

Vladimir Șetran

Vladimir Șetran Born on 23rd March 1935 in Dancauti, Hotin. Graduate of the Art Institute, year 1959, class of professor Ion MarşicParticipates since 1957 at various exhibitions in Romania and abroadSince 1964 he teaches at the Art Academy and is a professor at the...

Ioan Atanasiu Delamare

1955 Born on the 5th of January in – Bucharest, Romania Education 2006 Ph. D – Fine Arts, Graphic – Bucharest, Romania 1983 B. F. A. – Fine Arts Institute “Nicolae Grigorescu” – Bucharest, Romania 1974 B.A. – “Matei Basarab”...

Henry Mavrodin

Henry Mavrodin b.1937 is a Romanian painter, designer, essayist and university teacher Mavrodin is an exceptional vis-a vis the distinctive characteristics of contemporary Romanian painting, being an example of independence from the current trends, or to be more...

Nae Saftoiu

Nicolae Săftoiu s-a născut la 28 martie 1935, la Cozieni, Ilfov. Deși s-a pregătit pentru filologie, între anii 1952 – 1958 urmează Institutul de Arte Plastice Nicolae Grigorescu. Din studenție devine „discipolul preferat” al profesorului său, baronul George Löwendal,...

Radu Solovastru

Lives and works in Cluj, Romaniab.1957 in Targu Mures, Romania Rector, Professor PhD – University of Art and Design of Cluj-Napoca Share...

Sorin Vreme

Sorin Vreme n 1962 Exhibitions (Selection) Solo shows2013 25 years of drawing – Jecza Gallery, Timisoara 2012 Terminal – Jecza Gallery, Timisoara 2012 Sorin Vreme – The National Brukenthal Museum, Sibiu Group shows 2011 Experiment and Community...

László Ujvárossy

László Ujvárossy b. 1955 Ditrau. Graduated University of Fine Arts and Design “Ion Andreescu” from Cluj in 1980. From 1993 is teaching at Partium Christian University, Oradea. Personal Exhibitions (selection)2013 – Timeline / Idővonal, instalaţie,...

Victor Ciato

In the late ’60-es, Victor Ciato gave up the painting following the academic dogma and the representations of the socialist realism. During those years, Ciato’s creation evolved in the direction of an abstract gestualism and then, in the ’70-es, of a geometrized...

Cristian Todie

  Cristian Todie b.1954, Constanța   SELECTED EXHIBITIONS: 1979 – Solo exhibition, “Théories et théorèmes”, Paris, France 1986 – Solo exhibiton, Logic Art, Tricorne Gallery; Solo exhibition, Concavexe world, Orly Art Gallery 1988 – Group exhibition,...

Marilena Murariu

Marilena Murariu b.1954 After 1990, Marilena’s Murariu painting mainly evolved in two apparently divergent directions having clear recovering intentions. Her “Wings” from the 90s targeted, without consistently declaring so, the regaining of a...

Florin Mitroi

Florin Mitroi (1938-2002) Mitroi created his artistic body of work in solitude, keeping a distance from the art scene, with very discreet public appearances and away from contributions to the socialist ideological propaganda. Reserved personality, retreated from the...

Vasile Tolan

Vasile Tolan b. 1953 1972-1975 Institute of Fine Arts“Ion Andreescu”, Cluj-Napoca, Romania1997-1999 National University of the Arts, Bucharest, Romania WORK EXPERIENCE: 1975-1981 Professor, Draawing-Department, Bistrita-Nasaud, Romania1980 Member of the artists’ union...

Contemporary Romanian Art, Neo-figurative, Speculative Realism

Marius Bercea b.1979 (part of the collection since 2015)
Dragoș Burlacu b.1978 (part of the collection since 2009)
Daniel Brici b.1987 (part of the collection since 2014)
Anca Danila b.1982 (part of the collection since 2014)
Amalia Dulhan b.1985 (part of the collection since 2010)
Francisc Chiuariu b.1966 (part of the collection since 2012)
Costea Constantin Daniel b.1974 (part of the collection since 2010)
Simona Dobrescu b.1980 (part of the collection since 2008)
Laura Ghinea b.1977 (part of the collection since 1996)
Gabriel Kelemen b.1968 (part of the collection since 2015)
Bogdan Mateiaș b.1978 (part of the collection since 2002)
Vlad Petri b.1979 (part of the collection since 2016)
Alexandru Rădvan b.1977 (part of the collection since 2007)
Bogdan Rața b.1984 (part of the collection since 2010)
Mircea Suciu b.1978 (part of the collection since 1992)
Aurel Tar b.1973 (part of the collection since 2011)
Zoltan Bela b.1977 (part of the collection since 2010)
Mihai Zgondoiu b.1982 (part of the collection since 2014)

Vlad Petri

Vlad Petri is a cinematographer, director and visual artist, known for Bucuresti, unde esti? (2014), La pas pe litoral (2016) and Reteaua (2015). Vlad Petri este un regizor de film și fotograf ale cărui proiecte sunt axate pe probleme sociale și politice, desfășurate...

Mihai Zgondoiu

Mihai Zgondoiu was born on 5th of February 1982, in Medias, district of Sibiu, Romania. He has a BA and MA in Graphic Design and Printmaking at Timisoara Art University. Visual artist working with: drawing, collage, photography, video-installation, performance, urban...

Bogdan Rața

Born in January 22, 1984, Baia Mare, RO Live and works in Timisoara, Romania, and teaches at the West University of Timisoara, Faculty of Arts and Design, Sculpture Department EDUCATION2012 – PhD, West University of Timisoara, RO2008 – MA., National University of...

Mircea Suciu

1978 Born – Romania2003 Visual Arts University “Ioan Andeescu”, painting departament, Cluj Napoca, Romanialives and works in Cluj,...

Alexandru Radvan

Alexandru Rădvan, born on May 16, 1977 in Bucharest Romania, is a graduate of National University of Arts in Bucharest, painting department, class of prof. Florin Mitroi. In 2012 he becomes doctor of philology at the Faculty of Letters, with the paper “Fantastic image...

Francisc Chiuariu

1966 – born in Sibiu, ROlives and works in Bucharest, RO EDUCATION1993, B.A., National University of Art, Painting department, Bucharest, RO TEACHING: 1993-2000, National University of Art, Painting department, Bucharest, RO SOLO EXHIBITIONS2013 – ”Circle...

Dragos Burlacu

Dragoș Burlacu is balancing in wide range of styles and painting techniques from new expressionism, bad art and realism. Dragos Burlacu perfected a manner of visual rendition, by which he simplifies narration and figurativeness in order to capture the emotion of the...

Aurel Tar

Aurel Tar 1973 – born in Sebes, Alba, ROlives and works in Bucharest, RO1999 – member of Romanian Visual Artists Union EDUCATION1997-1998 – M.A. study of University of Art and Design, Cluj-Napoca, RO1991-1997 – B.A. The University of Art and Design, Cluj-Napoca,...

Zoltan Bela

Zoltan Bela (b. 1977 in Târgu-MureșŸ, RO) graduated the University of Arts and Design, Cluj-Napoca (RO), Department of Painting (class of 2001). Solo Exhibitions:2015 – Campoi Gallery, Munchen, De2012 – Traces, Anca PoterasŸu Gallery, Bucharest, RO2011 – In...

Amalia Dulhan

Born in 1985 in Bucharest, where she lives and works. Between 2003 and 2007 she studied graphics at the University of Arts in Bucharest and earned her MA in the same field in 2009. Her first solo exhibition, Melancholia, was presented at Art Yourself Gallery,...

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