The Impossible Garden
Program: 11.00 – 19.00 (Monday closed, open on October 2)
Dan Beudean, Alex Mirutziu & The Artist and Himself at 29
The Impossible Garden has the meaning of a reconstruction with a contemporary becoming. Classicism with an organic capital, for some—a turquoise sky, for others—a gospel. To avoid sterility, we use elements of the past, poetic elements, romantic elements. Evaluating positively, it speaks of a cool morning, of light and of an elegant line… The dramatic architecture becomes prominent from the beginning. The drawing, video and photography become performative passages. The drawing turns into engravings. Video and photography are the final products for sculpture. The Impossible Garden becomes an island of art.
1. The Impossible Garden (exhibition view):
[foreground:] Alex Mirutziu, Desire is irrelevant (2017), fibreglass, H: 320 cm x W: 80 cm x D: 70 cm
[fundal:] Dan Beudean