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14 October 2018
Francophonie Day 20 March 2019
On theoccasion of the Francophonie Day, the foyer of the National Theatre Studio Hall shall host between March 20th and 31st, 2019 the Francophone Humour Salon, organized by GADIF (Group of Francophone Embassies, Delegations and Institutions of Romania). The exhibition includes comics, press drawings, caricatures and excerpts from comic films from various francophone countries: Argentina, Lebanon, Romania, Valonia-Bruxelles, France, Egypt, Czech Republic, Hungary, Uruguay. The varnishing is scheduled for Thursday March 19th, 2019, from 7:30 p.m   Translated by Simona Nichiteanu 
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Stefan Bucataru - 50 Years of Painting 07 March 2019
The commemorative exhibition Stefan Bucataru - 50 Years of Painting that can be visited from 7 to 31 March 2019 in the Media Centre (Intercontinental wing) of the I.L. Caragiale National Theatre represents a beautiful tribute to the artist by his son: 58 works (oil on canvas and cardboard), carefully and demandingly selected by Madalina Mirea, curator of this exhibition, of the dozens of works that Stefan Bucataru painted throughout a lifetime dedicated to art and pedagogy, works kept in the family collection, shall be seen by the general public. A student of Camil Ressu at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bucharest, Stefan Bucataru (1923 - 2001) painted mainly motifs inspired from the village life, but also countless landscapes and still lives, being present with his first personal exhibition in 1957 at the Technical Chemistry School, where he taught drawing and painting. Member of the Society for Music and Drawing, Vice-President of the "Ion Andreescu" Circle in Bucharest. He was appreciated and praised in the written press of the time and enjoyed the appreciation of the masters Corneliu Baba, Alexandru Cumpata, Grigore Vanatoru, Alexandru Ciucurencu, Constantin Piliuta. He organised 22 personal exhibitions and participated in 13 collective and group exhibitions, both in Bucharest and throughout the country. The opening of the exhibition is scheduled for Thursday, March 7th, 2019 from 6 pm, in the Media Foyer (Intercontinental wing). The exhibition shall be open daily from 10.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.   Translated by Simona Nichiteanu 
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Stefan Pelmus - 70 06 March 2019
"From the very first sight, Stefan Pelmus's exuberant painting exerts a seduction so swift, that he transforms you at once from beholder into worshiper." The Bistriţa-Năsăud County Cultural Center, in partnership with the I.L. Caragiale National Theatre, within the programme NTB Paratheatrical - Visual Arts, organizes under the title "Stefan Pelmus - 70" an anniversary retrospective exhibition of the painter, curated by Antigona Silvia Rogozea and assistant curator Lina Tarmure. The varnishing is scheduled for Wednesday March 6th, 2019, from 6:00 p.m. in the presence of Ion Bogdan Lefter, Tudor Octavian and Sebastian Vlad-Popa. With an extensive experience in the artistic field, Stefan Pelmus (1949) is distinguished on the evolutionary path of contemporary Romanian art through a symbolic repertoire marked by a fabulous and abundant world. Bearing a message encoded by a vast register of hieroglyphic signs, his works convey the mystery and charm of the border between existence and spirituality. Its totemic characters and its labyrinthic world lead us to a place of universal-mystic genealogy, where the key word is the miracle. From the very first sight, Stefan Pelmus's exuberant painting exerts a seduction so swift, that he transforms you at once from beholder into worshiper. Stefan Pelmuş also exhibited in Rotterdam and Eindhoven, the Netherlands, participated in the Kosice Biennial, was present at Zoersel, Edegen and Brussels-Belgium and participated in the Ankara Art Biennial. His works were appreciated in the Wiesbaden, Five Plus Gallery and Art Bodensee galleries in Austria, as well as in Stockholm, Budapest, Munich and Ottawa, and his work was as well received in Paris at the " Saint Germain" and the "Soleil de L'Est" Art Gallery, which was awarded the Biennial Art Award in 2002. Stefan Pelmuş has exhibited in numerous galleries and museums in Romania (Museum of Art in Timisoara, Bistrita Art Museum), being awarded the First Prize at the "G. Patrascu" Art Biennial in Targoviste, the "G. Tătărascu" special prize in Bucharest and the Painting Prize of the Visual Artists’ Guild of Romania. The exhibition can be visited on a daily basis in the Rotunda of the NTB Small Hall foyer (access through Carol Blvd.) between March 6th and April 7th, 2019, from 10: 00 a.m. to 6: 00 p.m., except for Mondays.   Translated by Simona Nichiteanu   
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The Circle exhibition 10 January 2019
The Circle, the first painting exhibition of the year 2019 in the Media Foyer (Arghezi) of NTB    Starting with January 10th, 2019, the Media Foyer (Tudor Arghezi wing) is hosting the painting exhibition of Norica Vesca - Popescu, entitled The Circle. 50 works are exhibited, configuring a graceful and sensitive universe, reminding of the fairy-tale books with good fairies and a happy ending under the sign of love. ”My inner states have always led me towards the closure of forms, towards symmetry. In creation, I have materialized my passion for the symbolic universe – the painter confesses. Life is a Circle. The embrace is a Circle. You always draw circles around the ones you love. Because hearts can be broken, the Circle has no ending. (…) It bears a profound symbolism, even in folk art. The dance, the wheat ear crowns on the heads of the girls, two young people in a forest facing each other, holding hands, have their Circle, which is a bearer of messages. In the works from my exhibition we encounter this symbol through the characters’ movements, through what they convey, through the theme. (…) We do not see it necessarily, we must search and try to preserve it, which I invite you to do by contemplating my works…”.  The exhibition can be visited daily from 11.00 – 18.00, except for Mondays. Access through Tudor Arghezi St. or via the foyer towards Intercontinental.   Norica Vesca – Popescu graduated from the Arts University of Bucharest at the painting class of professor Stefan Caltia, year 2000. Member of the Visual Artists’ Union, Bucharest branch office. Governmental study scholarships in Greece, Egypt. Participations in yearly painting salons, visual arts fairs, creative camps, further yearly group exhibitions in Romania and abroad (1994-2018). Personal exhibitions, including at: Mogosoaia Pallace, Serendipity, Marriott Hotel, the Peasant Museum, Carturesti, Victoria Gallery, H. Traian Gallery - Iasi. Painting of film costumes, sceneries of foreign movies shot in Romania ("Les Rois Maudits", "Perfume - a story of a murderer", "Modigliani", etc).   Translated by Simona Nichiteanu 
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