Constantin Flondor

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Constantin Flondor (b. 1936, Cernăuţi, Northern Bucovina) is a founding member of the groups 1+1+1 (1966-1969), Sigma (1969-1981), Prolog (since 1985) and visiting professor at the Beratzhausen summer schools in Germany (since 1993). He is mostly interested in studying the primary elements – the air and the earth, which led him to a series of large-scale drawings, part of a global, integrative comprehension of the world.


Solo (selection)
  • Barabas Villa, Budapest, 2007
  • Catacomba Gallery, Bucharest, 1999
  • Düsseldorf, 1998
Group (selection)
  • Gallerie Tajan, Paris, 2009
  • Mücsarnok Art Gallery, Budapest, 1998
  • Richard Demarco Gallery, Edinburgh, 1971
Cover of the catalog Flondor, de la 111 + Sigma la Prolog.


  • George Lecca, Flondor, de la '111' + 'Sigma' la 'Prolog' [Flondor, from 111+SIGMA to "Prolog"], IDEA Design & Print, Cluj, 2005, 197 pp. [1]
  • Mariana Cernicova, "Constantin Flondor aduce Timişoarei cea mai mare distincţie pentru arta plastică", 2004. [2]
  • Livius Ciocârlie, "Opinii Imprudente", October 2008. [3]