The 13th ROMANIAN FILM FESTIVAL IN LONDON: TOGETHER AND APART

10 – 14 November 2016, Curzon Soho Cinema (99 Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1D 5DY) www.rofilmfest.com TOGETHER AND APART is a phrase which may describe the relationship between two partners as they twist »»»

GHiDUL ROMÂNESC (ediția online) poate fi accesat aici

http://www.romani-online.co.uk/ghid Ediția tipărită va fi distribuită la toate punctele de interes ale românilor din Marea Britanie (biserici, consulate, magazine, restaurante, în toate coletele distribuite de Albinuta UK, prin intermediul partenerilor ROMANi ONLiNE, »»»

NOIR FROM EASTERN EUROPE

Profusion brings you an extraordinary trio of crime fiction novels from Romanian authors in English translation, plus an amazing true crime book. PROFUSION PUBLISHERS (www.profusion.org.uk) is an independent British enterprise, publishing popular »»»

 

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PHOTO EXHIBITION IN LEEDS

“We’re Already Here” In this body of work photographer Mo Grieg challenges the negative media portrayal of Romanians living in UK and explores the British experience of living in Romania.  

PHOTO EXHIBITION IN LEEDS

“We’re Already Here” In this body of work photographer Mo Grieg challenges the negative media portrayal of Romanians living in UK and explores the British experience of living in Romania.  

ANDREI CADERE at Whitechapel Gallery

Andrei Cadere was born in 1934 Warsaw, Poland and died in 1978 in Paris. He was one of the most important protagonists of the radical conceptual art, one of the artists whose reputation, quotation and influence have dramatically increased in the last two decades. Cadere was best known for his Barres de bois rond (Round Wooden

Revisiting Romania: Portraits from London

Eye-catching exhibition of photographs of contemporary Romanians living and working in London, by Romanian photographer Ion Paciu. Focussing on Romanians in London, this exhibition of portraits introduces some of the stories behind their journeys to the UK, aspects of their lives and their relationship with their homeland and culture.

Revisiting Romania: Dress and Identity

The exhibition highlights the elaborately decorated textiles, costumes and artefacts used in Romanian peasant homes to showcase women’s skill and industry, to display a family’s social connections and to express national pride. It reflects the fascination and enchantment felt by visitors on seeing the textiles of Romania, explores the way in which the upper classes

Constantin Brancusi’s works at Whitechapel Gallery

British artist Mike Nelson transforms the gallery with sculptures drawn from the V-A-C collection. Displayed on this common ground, Constantin Brancusi’s The First Cry (1917) dissolves the human form into elliptical shapes, and Alberto Giacometti’s Femme Debout (1957) elongates a woman’s body into abstraction. While contemporary artist Pawel Althamer’s depiction of three figures around a

ADRIAN GHENIE solo exhibition in London

Pace London is delighted to present Golems, an exhibition of new works by the Romanian artist Adrian Ghenie. The exhibition illustrates Ghenie’s tendency to question the values of Old Europe, investigating the position of the intellectual within society’s conscience. Golems continues the artist’s exploration of political extremism, philosophical scepticism, and scientific research.   Opening hours:

ROMANIAN HAND-DECORATED EGGS

A collection of Romanian hand-decorated eggs, on loan from the Horniman Museum and Gardens in London, for two months at Whitstable Museum and Gallery .  

VERA BUZOIANU – solo exhibition

Entitled “The Beauty Within” the show will run between 31st of March – 6th of April 2014. Opening hours, daily from 12pm – 7pm. Her recent body of work contains thirty paintings and she is particularly concerned with the idea of beauty through transformation. Her paintings are predominantly figurative, expressive and imbued with refined and

Marius Bercea - Hypernova

MARIUS BERCEA – HYPERNOVA

Blain|Southern is delighted to present Hypernova, an exhibition of new work by Romanian painter Marius Bercea. Recording the artist’s travels from his Transylvanian hometown of Cluj to California and the city of Los Angeles, Hypernova illustrates a sensory, psychological journey as much as a geographical one. Amalgamating an array of iconic imagery that exists across