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'''Festivals''': [[Rokolectiv]].
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'''Initiatives''': [[ArtLeaks]] (*2011), [[The Bureau of Melodramatic Research]] (*2009), [[Centre for Visual Introspection]], [[CriticAtac]], [[D Media]], [[E-Cart]] (*2006), [https://institutulprezentului.ro/ Institute of the Present] (*2017), [[Make a Point]], [[Paradis Garaj]], [[Postspectacle]], [[Salonul de proiecte]], [[subREAL]] (*1990).
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'''Festivals''': [[Liminal]] (*2017), [https://saptamanasunetului.ro/ The Week of Sound] (*2016), [[EXPIFF]] (2010), [[Rokolectiv]].<br>
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'''Past events''': [[Căminul Cultural]] (2011), [[The Ist Congress of the Spectral Institutions]] (2011), [http://speedshow.net/speed-show-traces-bucharest/ 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).
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'''Spaces''': [[Atelier 35]], [[Centre for Visual Introspection]], [https://www.control-club.ro/ Control] club, [https://dispozitivbooks.com/ Dispozitiv Books] bookstore (*2019), [[factor92]] gallery, [https://modulab.com Modulab] media lab (*2011), [[ODD]] (*2015), [https://p-u-n-c-h.ro/ PUNCH] bookshop and art publisher, [[UNAgaleria]], [[subRahova]].
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'''Media''': [[E-Cart]] magazine (*2003), [[Kajet]] magazine (*2016), [[The Long April. Texts About Art]] magazine, [https://e-zeppelin.ro/ Zeppelin] architecture and urban culture magazine.
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'''Art workers''': [http://raedit.com/ Alexandru Radu] (1984), [[Alina Șerban]], [[Arnold Schlachter]], [[Cãlin Dan]], [[Corina L. Apostol]], [https://vimeo.com/florapop Flora Pop], [[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]], [[Simina Oprescu]], [[Stefan Tiron]], [[Ștefania Ferchedău]], [[Veda Popovici]], [[Vlad Basalici]].
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* Olga Stefan, ''[[Media:Stefan Olga Just Another Brick in the Wall Models of Artistic Production in Romania 2011.pdf|Just Another Brick in the Wall: Models of Artistic Production in Romania]]'', Zurich: Barbara Seiler Gallery, 2011, [26] pp. [https://www.academia.edu/26181811/]
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Latest revision as of 17:31, 7 June 2022

Initiatives: ArtLeaks (*2011), The Bureau of Melodramatic Research (*2009), Centre for Visual Introspection, CriticAtac, D Media, E-Cart (*2006), Institute of the Present (*2017), Make a Point, Paradis Garaj, Postspectacle, Salonul de proiecte, subREAL (*1990).

Festivals: Liminal (*2017), The Week of Sound (*2016), 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, Control club, Dispozitiv Books bookstore (*2019), factor92 gallery, Modulab media lab (*2011), ODD (*2015), PUNCH bookshop and art publisher, UNAgaleria, subRahova.

Media: E-Cart magazine (*2003), Kajet magazine (*2016), The Long April. Texts About Art magazine, Zeppelin architecture and urban culture magazine.

Art workers: Alexandru Radu (1984), Alina Șerban, Arnold Schlachter, Cãlin Dan, Corina L. Apostol, Flora Pop, 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, Simina Oprescu, Stefan Tiron, Ștefania Ferchedău, Veda Popovici, Vlad Basalici.

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