Galateca gallery hosts during 23rd of September- 8th of October the sculpture exhibition of Mircia Dumitrescu. The project includes works of art revealed or the the first time, being the fourth of the BLACK CUBE, a new concept initiated by the contemporary art and design gallery, a platform created to showcase the work of artists, to experiment and change its dialogue with the viewer.
"Multicultural Art Walk" is an international exhibition that will take place between 22th September and 8th October, hosted by Galateca Gallery, started as part of the second edition of the festival Art Walk Street in Romania, and will be part of Strada de C'Arte Festival.
The curatorial concept is related to walk in the city, live in the city and the artist's perspective related to urban life and urban art culture. The multidisciplinary and multicultural concept aims to transform the viewer into a participant that walks side by side and starts asking himself questions related to what is art in the grey city.
Starting from the idea of an outdoor festival, but reinterpreted indoor, this year in display Bulgaria (Maria & Valery Varbanov), Greece (Maria Kokkini), Spain (Simona Cheli), France (Bernard Szajner) and Romania.The focus is The city. Grey but very much alive. Surprising, eclectic, a constant challenge and a permanent transformation.
This project will present a multicultural approach, 5 different countries, gathering 17 artists, multimedia, video, photo, installation, sculpture, painting, prints. The event will also be a part of Strada de C'Arte festival (www.stradadecarte.ro), Art Street Walk Festival (www.artwalkstreet.ro) and The White Night of Galleries (http://noapteagaleriilor.ro/), so we are expecting a massive participation. The opening night is on the 23rd of September and on the 24th stating from 16.00 there will be a debate related to Art and design in the contemporary urban space and life, DADA movement 100 year celebration and the multicultural/multidisciplinary approach of the exhibition, hosted outside, in front of the gallery where there will be created an informal Agora space.