From Love. Moral Facts

From Love. Moral Facts, curated by Ioana Ciocan, architect Attila Kim, on view through November 15th, 2015 in three spaces in Bucharest, presents three personal exhibitions about love in the vision of contemporary women artists of different generations, adding, through the curatorial approach, an ethical dimension entailed in a missing masculine correspondent, but still existent in each exhibition thematic.

The first solo show of Alina Marinescu describes a love story, from the initial innocent touch to its physical manifestation, obsessive passion and dark pleasures, until it finally reaches the moment of solitude, the division of the couple. Ana Bănică evaluates love in its natural stages – finding each other, beginning’s eroticism, moving away from each other and rediscovering each other – bringing them into symbolist characters inspired by the Italian primitives. Lea Rasovszky (featured) ends the series of exhibitions highlighting the moral break-up, the false happiness, the imprisonment of each other.

“A feminist approach of the faible typology, where femininity is not declarative, nor extrinsic, but rather unveiling a feminist view assumed as femininity, a complex act in the conceptual process.”

 

One: Alina Marinescu

October 20th – November 15th, 2015 / Victoria Art Center

Alina Marinescu

Alina Marinescu

Alina Marinescu

Alina Marinescu

Alina Marinescu

Alina Marinescu

Alina Marinescu

Alina Marinescu

Alina Marinescu

Alina Marinescu

Alina Marinescu

Alina Marinescu

Alina Marinescu

Alina Marinescu

Photos: The re:art

 

Two: Ana Bănică

October 15th – November 15th, 2015 / National Museum of Contemporary Art

Ana Banică - From Love. Moral facts

Ana Banică

Ana Banică

Photos: Ioana Ciocan

 

Three: Lea Rasovszky

October 13th – November 15th, 2015 / Ciclop

Lea Rasovszky

Lea Rasovszky

Lea Rasovszky

Lea Rasovszky

Lea Rasovszky

Lea Rasovszky

Lea Rasovszky

Photos: Lea Rasovszky and Ioana Ciocan

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From Love. Moral Facts project is financed by the Bucharest City Cultural Center – ARCUB, through the “Ești București” program.