National Restoration Triennial

13 September 2019

Intrare liberă / Free entrance

Mixed Media Mood exhibition 09 February 2020
The Mixed Media Mood exhibition signed by Daniela Voicila Dragulescu, painter, set designer, costume designer - inaugurates a new exhibition season at the "I.L. Caragiale" National Theatre.Daniela Vocila Dragulescu studied from 1983 - 1988 at the Academy of Fine Arts Nicolae Grigorescu, Bucharest, the painting and scenography department. Member of UAP, UCIN, IWS Romania.Since 1982, she has been participating in collective painting and scenography exhibitions, signing numerous sets (some awarded with prizes) in theatre - especially for puppet and marionette theaters, film and television, and was present with solo exhibitions in Romania and France. About the exhibition at the National Theatre, the artist confesses:“Every exhibition means a story.A story always begins with: once upon a time ... In my case, once upon a time ... in the beginning, the aquatint, the quick technique I fell in love with before entering the Faculty of Arts and to which I remained faithful as to first love. Then followed the oil, a sumptuous and vast technique such as the endless colours of the rainbow. Finally, I recently leaned on mixed media art, a newer technique (new to me, because otherwise what's new in fine art today ?!), an interfering technique in which I think I can carry and extend my stories on new lands, not yet explored by me.Three love stories, three hypostases, a curve over time and, why not, a new reverent wonder at the privilege of telling with the brush old or more recent stories, lived or dreamed.” The exhibition will be hosted by the Media Foyer (Intercontinental wing) and can be visited from February 6th to 28th, 2020. The opening is scheduled for Sunday, February 9th, 2020, at 5.30 pm  Translated by Simona Nichiteanu 
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Dramatic Hypostases at the "I.L. Caragiale" National Theatre of Bucharest 28 January 2020
Painting and sculpture exhibition, opening on January 28th, 2020We have the great pleasure to announce that on Tuesday, January 28th, 2020, from 7:00 p.m., the Rotunda Hall of the "IL Caragiale" National Theatre of Bucharest will varnish the painting and sculpture exhibition Dramatic Hypostases. The exhibition "Dramatic Hypostases", organized within the Contemporaries Cultural Project, reunites a collection of 50 works of painting, sculpture and metal signed by the artists Eugen Ilina, Bogdan Hojbotă, Laurențiu Midvichi and Vasile Soponariu.Impressive through the sculptural shapes it proposes, teeming with colour and drama, narrative, descriptive, abstract, incendiary, explosive, invigorating, violent, the exhibition enchants and overwhelms, presenting to the spectator worlds from the artist's imagination, captured from the sublime to the grotesque. The works proposed by the four artists are achieved in several stages of creative consumption of their lives and are sprung from an attempt to achieve a synthesis of the immediate, of the everyday. Thus, the exhibition "Dramatic Hypostases" can be considered a preamble to the atmosphere of the plays on the stage of the NTB Small Hall, or maybe the plays being performed are a preamble to understand the works exhibited in the Rotunda Hall?In the opening of the exhibition, Adriana Popescu, director of communication and international relations of NTB, and Maria Pasc, from the Contemporaries Cultural Project will take the floor.The exhibition "Dramatic Hypostases" will be open to the public for one month, from January 28th to February 28th, 2020, and may be visited daily between 2 pm and 7 pm, except on Mondays. Public access to the exhibition Rotunda is possible from the entrance to the NTB Small Hall, from the Carol boulevard. Entrance is free.You are most welcome! The Contemporaries Cultural Project, initiated and carried out by the Făuritori Association, aims at enhancing the current Romanian culture, by promoting the act of creation, approached in a unitary perspective with the creator. The project aims at organising and supporting artistic and social-cultural activities, at educating the audience’s aesthetic sensibility.  Translated by Simona Nichiteanu 
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