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'''Initiatives''': [[D Media]], [[E-Cart]] (*2006), [[subREAL]] (*1990), [[Centre for Visual Introspection]], [[Paradis Garaj]], [[Postspectacle]], [[The Bureau of Melodramatic Research]] (*2009), [[CriticAtac]].
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'''Initiatives''': [[ArtLeaks]] (*2011), [[CriticAtac]], [[D Media]], [[E-Cart]] (*2006), [[subREAL]] (*1990), [[Centre for Visual Introspection]], [[Paradis Garaj]], [[Postspectacle]], [[The Bureau of Melodramatic Research]] (*2009).
  
 
'''Festivals''': [[EXPIFF]] (2010), [[Rokolectiv]].<Br>
 
'''Festivals''': [[EXPIFF]] (2010), [[Rokolectiv]].<Br>

Revision as of 17:03, 27 July 2012

Initiatives: ArtLeaks (*2011), CriticAtac, D Media, E-Cart (*2006), subREAL (*1990), Centre for Visual Introspection, Paradis Garaj, Postspectacle, The Bureau of Melodramatic Research (*2009).

Festivals: EXPIFF (2010), Rokolectiv.
Past events: Căminul Cultural (2011), The Ist Congress of the Spectral Institutions (2011), Speed Show: Traces (2010), Portraits of the Artists as Young Artists exhibition (2009), Kinema Ikon exhibition (2005), 010101 exhibition (1994), Media Culpa exhibition (1995), Ex Oriente Lux exhibition (1993).

Spaces: Atelier 35, Centre for Visual Introspection, factor92 gallery, UNAgaleria, subRahova.

Media: E-Cart magazine (*2003), The Long April. Texts About Art magazine.

Art workers: Arnold Schlachter, Cãlin Dan, Corina L. Apostol, Florin Tudor (1974), Iosif Király (1957), Irina Cios, Matei Sâmihăian, Mircea Florian (1949), Mona Vătămanu (1968), Raluca Velisar (1976), Raluca Voinea, Sasha-Liviu Stoianovici (1978), Simina Neagu, Stefan Tiron, Veda Popovici.


Cities
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