Nasui collection & gallery, an independent organization promoting artists who work in contemporary visual arts: painting, sculpture, photography, performance, research and innovation, has launched a new programme, ”Moving Monuments”.

The programme aims to product, present and travel big scale artworks within prestigious and courageous contemporary spaces in the world.

The first project of the programme, ”Middle Way”,  is presented within Independents Liverpool Biennial 2014 – Bogdan Rata, The Middle Way. The sculpture travels in 2016 in Baia Mare, Romania, short-listed candidate city for the title of European Capital of Culture 2021 and in 2017 in Cascais Lisabona, the city of the exiled kings of the 20th century.

The second project, ”Moving Monuments: Memorials of Anti-Communist Resistance”, deals with monumental sculptures moving in former communist detention spaces or in spaces commemorating anti-communist resistance events. The artists Cătălin Bădărău, Bogdan Rața and Aurel Vlad are proposing sculptural instalations for Memorialul Inchisoarea Pitesti, Inchisoarea Tăcerii Râmnicu Sărat and the anti-communist rebellion in Brasov 1987.

Photo credit: Cristian Todie, Retro