Nasui private collection&gallery, Bucharest, Romania takes part into Preview Berlin 2012 and Berlin Art Week 2012, presenting four Romanian emerging artists and holding a debate on contemporary art.
Exhibition Nasui private collection&gallery, Booth 54
Artists: Radu Belcin, Francisc Chiuariu, Bogdan Rața, Aurel Tar
Curator: Cosmin Nasui
Project manager: Oana Nasui
Thursday, September 13, 2012
2–6 pm (by invitation only)
Friday, September 14 until Sunday, September 16, 2012
daily 1–8 pm
Debate on contemporary art ”The Soft Power of the Art Market” by Nasui private collection & gallery
Preview Berlin Lounge
Friday, September 14, 2012
Radu Belcin catches attention by new associations of characters, or objects, in a chiaroscuro-painted atmosphere.
Francisc Chiuariu’s lattest series revolutionises the space of the painting, decomposing it in different layers: on the front oils, on the back typographic inks.
Bogdan Rața is a sculptor in search of new human genetic forms. He uses new materials as polystyrene, industrial paint, plaster, synthetic resin.
Aurel Tar is a post-pop visual artist, interested in the subtle mix of the cultural aspects of globalisation.
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”The Soft Power of the Art Market” is a new East European fresh look at the systems that are now in charge of producing contemporary art in a globalized world. It reveals the challenges of the contemporary art as a soft power, defined by its geopolitical strategies and defined as an extension of the powerful global markets. The contemporary art between media and power is changing the equilibrium between the cultural capital and economic capital.
The idea of the New Folklore is introduced in terms of the new aesthetics for the XXI century. The new aesthetics of production and consumption (under the sign of the paradigms launched by Duchamp and Warhol) is nowadays generating a very large amount of cultural artistic products lost, in a very accelerated manner. This speed and this amount lead to an unexpectedly anonymity, thus generating not individual specific creation but general, collective types of artistic work – actually a new type of folklore.
The debate (the reactions from the public) will be recorded and written down, for a further material. The same type of debate will be also held during Liverpool Biennial 2012 and further on in different international contexts (2012-2013). All the recorded materials will make the object of a future book with this title and all the contexts of the debates will be mentioned accordingly.
Partners: Romanian Cultural Institute Berlin, Best Communication Media, Illy Romania, Modernism.ro, Radio Romania International
Airport Berlin Tempelhof
U6 (underground) to Platz der Luftbrücke – exit Columbiadamm
Bus no. 104, 284 to Flughafen Tempelhof
A100, exit Tempelhofer Damm
Nasui private collection&gallery, Bucharest, Romania
Nasui private collection&gallery is a cultural operator presenting the most important premium creations of a carefully selected pool of Romanian contemporary artists, within favourable international and national contexts. It aims to circulate its artists and art works on national and international art markets and scenes and to contribute to the sustainable growth of the represented artists’ market values. Portfolio of artists: Radu Belcin, Dragoș Burlacu, Francisc Chiuariu, Felix Deac, Flavia Pitiș, Bogdan Rața, Aurel Tar. Invited artists: Cristian Todie, Lucian Muntean
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mobile: (+40) 0723 358 945
Nasui private collection&gallery
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70 Emil Racovita str, vila 81A2, Ilfov (Bucharest, Romania)
Tel: 004 0371 185 729
The list of exhibitors here
The Preview Berlin 2012 plan and Năsui private collection&gallery is marked in red: