Romanian illustrator Paul Virlan (featured here) is going to exhibit this month a series of artworks in an venue meant to set up a milestone in his artistic development. From 30th of June and until 14 of July, if you’re in Bucharest you can come by Copper’s Pub to witness “C’est Moi”, the artist’s transmorphism seen through his eyes in a series of old and new digital self-portraits.
“I constitute the transmorphism. I magnify the darkness. I disassemble the diagnosis. I value the inconvenient. I digest the failure. I subdue the rhythm. I shape the anxiety. I look at the joy”, states the installment’s prophetic motto. Paul says: “You can look at it as an adulthood initiation. I did my best not to make it look like an exhibition”.
Ambiguity is probably a reason good enough to check it out.
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