International Salon of Naïve Art

19 December 2017 - 19 January 2018

Intrare liberă / Free entrance

The International Salon of Naïve Art - January 15 15 January 2018
On the occasion of the National Culture Day 2018, the International Salon of Naïve Art, cultural project developed by the National Heritage Institute, in partnership with the ”I.L. Caragiale” National Theatre of Bucharest, shall be open to the public, on Monday, 15th January 2018, in the time frame 10.30. – 18.30. The international naïve art exhibition can be visited at the ”I.L. Caragiale” National Theatre of Bucharest, in the Rotunda of the Small Hall foyer (access from Carol Blvd.), where famous naïve artists from Finland, Germany, Italy, Israel, Serbia and Romania shall exhibit.   Translated by Simona Nichiteanu
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End of Year Exhibitions at the ”I.L. Caragiale” National Theatre 19 December 2017
At the end of the year, the exhibition spaces of the ”I.L. Caragiale” National Theatre shall host a series of manifestations within the framework of the programme NTB Paratheatrical – Visual Arts. On Tuesday, 19th December 2017, from 3.00 p.m., the Rotunda of the foyer to the Small Hall of NTB shall host the opening of "SIAN- The National Salon for Naive Art" (arrived at its 14th edition), organised in partnership with the National Heritage Institute (INP) within the framework of the Ministry of Culture and National Identity. It is a biennial exhibition, mainly aiming at promoting the most valuable works of native artists from Romania and abroad, ensuring a remarkable continuity of the multiannual programme for the Revival of traditional crafts and the promotion of artistic creativity, held by INP. The exhibition shall remain open until 19th January 2018. The audience’s access shall be made through the Carol Blvd.                     The foyers at the first and second floors of the NTB Studio Hall shall host, still on 19th December 2017, from 6.00 p.m., the opening of a photo-documentary exhibition of great interest, devoted to the personality of Queen Mary of Romania, entitled The Soldier Queen. The project, introducing the anniversary of the Centenary of the Great Unification, is organised by the Cultural Romania Association in partnership with the ”I.L. Caragiale” National Theatre, with the support of the Romanian Academy Library, of the National Library of Romania, of the National Military Museum and the National Archives of Romania, which provided the organisers with a rich photo-documentary stock, which shall be exhibited for the first time. In the Media Foyer (Tudor Arghezi wing), on Thursday, 21st December 2017, 7.00 p.m., the exhibition of painter Ion Gîtlan shall be varnished, participant in the 1989 Revolution and father of the first Martyr Hero killed at the Dalles Hall on 21st December. The exhibition is dedicated to the memory of the ones perished in the Revolution of December 1989. The exhibition remains open until 12th January 2018.  In the Media Foyer (Intercontinental wing), the audience shall be able to view, until the end of January 2018, the painting exhibition of the well-known poet Marin Sorescu (varnished in October 2017), on which Acad. Eugen Simion states in the preface to the catalogue published on that occasion that it represents ”a beautiful and serious explosion of innocence and intelligent affection”.
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