The Street is Ours | Exhibition
Inspired by the street movements which took place in the fall of 2013 in Romania and worldwide, related to the Roșia Montană cause, The Street is Ours exhibition (Strada e a noastră), held at Gallery IX in Bucharest, unites people and artists from different fields (photography, painting, installation, illustration and more), who supported the creative spirit of recent protests.
The exhibition is open until April 17th and will continue with debates, documentaries, live acts and more. For further info, full schedule and updates, follow the Facebook event.
Irlo x GRIG x Julay
Mihai Andrei, Liviu Florin Albei, Vlad Bască, Ioana Moldovan, Radu Bădoiu, Christian Binder, Remus Boca, Vitalie Brega, Tiberiu Cimpoeru, Dominic Cristofor, Anamaria Dascălu, Bogdan Gavrilă, Cătălin Georgescu, Mario Ionescu, Cezar Alexandru Machidon, Cătălin Mărgescu, Cristian Martiș, Doru Oprișan, Vlad Petri, George Popescu, Liviu Ștef, Cristian Vasile, Sorin Vidiș, Daniel Vrăbioiu.
Pompiliu Buleu, Anca Irinciuc, Cosmin Marinescu, Ramon Sadîc, Mihai Zgondoiu, Zoiţa, Cristian Prandea.
Claudia Falutoiu, Adrian Preda, Lea Rasovszky + Adrian Popescu, Ramon Sadîc, Alexandru Potecă.
Dan Perjovschi was also a supporter of the event:
Cooperativa de Artă were present with their pop-up store:
Photos: The re:art
Starting September, we followed the artistic results of the protests on our Facebook page. Thus, during the 2013 events, Romanian artists created illustrations, paintings, comics and more. Some of the following artists had their works featured in the exhibition.
© Dan Perjovschi
© Matei Branea
© Giorge Roman
© Mircea Pop
© Adrian Preda
© Laurenţiu Ridichie
© Sorina Vazelina
© Dan Creţu
© Sorin Mario Pintilii
© Scc Comics
© Traian Ionescu
© Maria Neacşu via Plaiurile
© Paul Hitter
© Mircea Popescu
© Anna Florea
© George Roşu
© Ştefan Lucuţ
© Serebe/ Photo by Cristian Vasile
© Julien Britnic
In the summer of 2013, at Street Delivery, a mural was painted by Irlo x Akira x Nego x Nicu din Steagu x Lucian. View the mural here.
The purpose of the article is to showcase the artistic output of the events mentioned above. For further info related to the exhibition visit Nişte Cetăţeni Facebook page.