Romanian Cultural Resolution — Contemporary Art in Romania

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A digest of contemporary Romanian art: Romanian Cultural Resolution is the principal contemporary Romanian art project of the last ten years. Its four curatorial segments are devoted to twenty-seven artists. The project focuses on the political and social transition triggered by the end of communism following the fall of the Iron Curtain and perpetuated within the context of the eastward expansion of the European Union. Developed by young curators, the concept uniquely combines approaches of both artists and critics. The catalogue has been conceived in the form of a cultural resolution and analyzes the contemporary discourse and the period of “postcommunism” through art. It was the elementary experience of radical change in Romania that brought about such a cultural discourse


Edited by Alexandru Niculescu & Adrian Bojenoiu and published by Hatje Cantz, 2011. Large 4to in stiff wraps as issued.  232 pp., 188 ills.Text in both German, English. New, unopened copy

With text(s) by Mihnea Mircan, Magda Radu, Adrian Bojenoiu, Mihai Pop, Marius Babias, Sebastian Cichocki, Livius Ciocârlie, Apsara DiQuinzio, Bogdan Ghiu, Anca Verona Mihulet, Vlad Morariu, Cristian Nae, Amelia Pavel, Matt Price, Raluca Voinea, Maxa Zoller. With graphic design by Timo Grimberg

Romanian Cultural Resolution — Contemporary Art in Romania