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'''Art workers''': [[Rarita Zbranca]] (1975), [[István Szakáts]] (1968), [[Joanne Richardson]] (1968), [[László Újvárossy]] (1950), [[Laura Codreanu]] (1976), [[Mihai Jalobeanu]] (1941), [[Horea Avram]] (1969).
 
'''Art workers''': [[Rarita Zbranca]] (1975), [[István Szakáts]] (1968), [[Joanne Richardson]] (1968), [[László Újvárossy]] (1950), [[Laura Codreanu]] (1976), [[Mihai Jalobeanu]] (1941), [[Horea Avram]] (1969).
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* J. Delagrange, [https://www.contemporaryartissue.com/post/contemporary-art-in-cluj "Contemporary Art in Cluj: A Critical Overview"], ''CAI'', Jan 2021.
  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 10:03, 13 April 2021

Initiatives: AltArt, D Media (*2002), Tranzit House (*1997).

Past events: Tranxindex conference (2002), Bodies in Between conference (2014), Clujotronic festival (2013, 2014), CAMP Festival for Visual Music (2013).

Spaces: Fabrica de Pensule (*2009), Binar (*2006), White Cuib (*2016), Quadro (*2008)

Media: IDEA magazine, Ekphrasis journal.

Art workers: Rarita Zbranca (1975), István Szakáts (1968), Joanne Richardson (1968), László Újvárossy (1950), Laura Codreanu (1976), Mihai Jalobeanu (1941), Horea Avram (1969).

Literature


Cities
alternative base

Amsterdam, Bergen, Berlin, Bratislava, Budapest, London, New York City, Oslo, Paris, Prague, Rotterdam, Seoul, Tokyo, Vienna, Warsaw, Zagreb