4 February 2015

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Adrian Ghenie Chosen To Represent Romania At 56th Venice Biennale

Painter Adrian Ghenie has been selected by Romania to represent the country at the 56th Venice Biennale, which opens to the public in just a little more than three months, on May 9. Ghenie, was born in 1977, in the artist’s recent exhibition ‘Golems’, at the Pace Gallery, London, the gallery showed a collection of […]

17 April 2013

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Painting in a Post-Communist Era

Although the Berlin Wall started coming down over twenty years ago and, by then, Communism as an ideology became a thing of the past in Europe, the influence over a young, and not so young, generation of painters remains. The New Leipzig School in East Germany, and the Romanian school, seem to have a common […]