BRANCUSI – AN AFTERLIFE by Alexandra Croitoru and IN THIS PAVILION ONE CAN SEE ART by Daria Ghiu

BRANCUSI – AN AFTERLIFE by Alexandra Croitoru and IN THIS PAVILION ONE CAN SEE ART by Daria Ghiu

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Salonul de proiecte in collaboration with IDEA publishing house and tranzit.ro/ București invites you at the launch of two new books – the Romanian edition of Brancusi: An Afterlife by Alexandra Croitoru and In This Pavilion One Can See Art. Romania at the Venice Art Biennial (1907-2015) by Daria Ghiu. The two authors graduated last autumn from the doctoral program at The National University of Arts in Bucharest and they had previously collaborated for an exhibition curated by Daria Ghiu at tranzit.ro/ București in 2013, which focused on the history of the Romanian Pavilion. As part of this exhibition, Napoleon Tiron was invited to produce the Brancusian Walking Stick, which is now featured on the English edition cover of Alexandra Croitoru’s book. Their research interests share a focus on issues of national representation in the sphere of visual arts and they more particularly intersect in questioning the position of Brancusi as a national artist, as seen in the context of the history of the Romanian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale.

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