Special NAG#8 projects on May 23rd

The White Night of the Art Galleries – NAG#8 (more info) – will continue this year, on Friday, May 23rd, with a new series of contemporary artworks and exhibitions production series.


Among this year’s premieres: Passage, proudly produced by NAG, with artists  Michele BressanLea Rasovszky, and Larisa Sitar (curator Diana Marincu, project manager Alina Bucur), presented at MNAC Annex, in partnership with the National Museum of Contemporary Art, for an extended period, from May 23rd to June 22nd, 2014.



Also, with its 8th edition, NAG launches a new program, Art on Display, an urban intervention program through production and display of contemporary artworks in the showcases of private, commercial and public spaces. The Art of Display debut: Ioana Ciocans Blue Heart, at 1 Magheru Blvd., with the support of Graffiti Art Work.

Ioana Ciocan is a visual artist and the initiator and coordinator of art in public space programs Project 1990 (Free Press Sq. in Bucharest),  S P A M (Carol I Park in Bucharest) and curator of the Sculpture en plein air at Aiurart program.


NAG is consistent in discovering and encouraging young graphic artists, inviting every year a young artist to create the visual identity of the event. Mircea Pop is the 2014 visual instigator, and his works will be exhibited at NAG Info Point, 5 Amzei Square St.



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Pasaj [Passage] is the second installment in the collaboration between Michele Bressan, Lea Rasovszky and Larisa Sitar after Voiaj [Journey] in 2011 (MNAC Anexa, 2nd). Starting from Edward W. Soja’s “third space” theory, this exhibition reflects on the artistic and conceptual strategies that create a new mental space, a necessary passage in setting up personal identities and understanding the other.

Michele Bressan (b.1980) lives and works in Bucharest. In 2010 he won the Constantin Brâncuși fellowship at the Cité Internationale des Arts Paris. In 2009 he recived the ESSL award for photography, and in the same year was nominee for the Henkel award.

Waiting for the drama, 2010-2011

Waiting for the drama, 2010-2011 | via Michele Bressan

Lea Rasovszky (b.1986) lives and works in Bucharest. Her projects highlight the stereotypes and values of the society towards which she has a critical view.

Lea Rasovszky

Part of VOIAJ, 2011 | via Lea Rasovszky

Read our interview with Lea

Larisa Sitar (b. 1984) lives and works in Bucharest. Her work investigates issues of national identity, memory, and nostalgia making use of different media (photography, video, installations, drawing, and interventions into public space).

Laura Sitar

Home Palace  | via Noorderlicht

May 23 –June 22, 2014
MNAC Anexa, 62-68 Calea Moșilor, the 3rd floor, Bucharest
Opening hours: Wednesday – Sunday, 10.00 – 18.00

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FRIDAY, MAY 23rd, 2014, 19h00 – 04h00

The re:art is media partner of the event.

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