Andrei Nacu (b. 1984) lives and works in Iași and London. He uses documentary photography, family albums and photographic archives in his artistic practice, to create projects which analyze the intersection between person memory and social history.
Paul Neagu (1938-2004) graduated from the Institute of Fine Arts, Bucharest in 1965. In 1970 Neagu left Romania and after a few months in Edinburgh, he made London his home, becoming a British citizen in 1977. In London his work was first seen at Sigi Krauss Gallery in 1971 where he presented Cake Man, an edible sculpture event.
Curator and producer: Triade Foundation
Venue: Triade Foundation
Martirilor Way 51/52-53
Program: 11.00 - 19.00 (Monday closed, open on October 2)
Branislav Nikolić (b. 1970) graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Novi Sad, Serbia, the department of painting, in 1996. He received postgraduate degrees from the Dutch Art Institute, Enschede, from the Netherlands (2001) and from the Academy of Fine Arts in Novi Sad, Serbia (2002).
The artistic practice of Vladimir Nikolić (b. 1974) is technically narrowed mostly to video, but it deals with a wide scope of subjects. In his earlier work, Nikolić explores the mechanisms of ritual submission to religious authority and tradition, as well as the authority of art history.
Cătălina Nistor (b. 1981), lives and works in Cluj. In 2004, she graduated from the University of Arts in Bucharest, Textile Department, and in 2006 she earned the Master diploma at the same university.