Bogdan Imurluc: „Art is The Mirror of Our Time and Culture!”

The most enduring and, arguably, the greatest form of fine art known to man, sculpture has played a major role in the evolution of culture. We are truly happy to highlight a Bucharest-based sculptor, Bogdan Nicolae Imurluc. He started art school early at 13 years old at the Nicolae Tonitza Fine Arts Highschool of Bucharest. […]

VSLO – The Most Complex Visual Arts Festival in Romania

In august 2010 the first edition of VSLO (Vama Under Oscar Lights) was taking place. From a simple photography festival, it became an international visual arts festival, which for one week each year, brings in Vama Veche, creators from around the world. I’ve been going every year since edition three. At first, I was just […]

Wolfgang Stiller: The Matchstick Men.

What the hell is going on here? The Matchstick Men?! Is this a name of a some sort of superhero? It could be! But is not. Well, these are burned heads on life-size matches. A representation of human kind living in today’s society by German artist Wolfgang Stiller.  The Matchstick Men series got created from left over […]

Sophie Kahn and The Fragmented Women.

Sophie Kahn is probably the only artist who sees the women like a fragmented muse. She merged new technology with old to haunting effect in her sculptures of incomplete women. The absences in these figures is what makes them so arresting. The elements that are represented are death-like in their pallor and stillness. Kahn’s fragmented women give […]

Sasha Vinci. The nightmarish sculptures.

Well, well, well… What is all about? In short therms, is nothing but the human bodies. His work portrays a sense of longing, a palpable sense of a tormented soul. Ripe with emotion, his mutated figures look for a sense of belonging in the world. Sasha Vinci’s fleshy subjects seem to have skin that melts off their feet […]

Maude White Defines Tenderness With These Unreal Paper Carvings

New York-based artist Maude White creates majestic characterizations of people, birds, leaves and any other compositions. Each detailed piece in precisely cut to reveal a unique story or message. As a papercutting artist, she loves the delicacy of paper, thing that seems quite fair to me. We know she exhibited her works at several galleries […]

Ninart: The Art of Everything

I’ve seen Cătălina Aprofirei (Ninart) almost a year ago at Street Delivery. She was painting over a bicycle-wheeled barrel, for some reason. I still got no clue why or what was that (it looked impressive, though), but I’m sure of this: she was technically absorbed by her work. Of course, that wasn’t enough. She wanted […]

The Untitled Sculpture Exhibition of Titus Ivan

Between September, the 24th (6:00 pm) and October, the 8th, 2014, Meru Iasi will be hosting the latest sculpture and installation exhibition of Titus Ivan. The exhibition will be an incognito flavoured one. An untitled exhibition, as they already call it on Social Media, and with no statement, as the sculptor himself warns us. I can […]