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Temporary art exhibition - Works of Art from Romania

From January until July 2019, you can admire works of Romanian art on the 3rd floor of the Altiero Spinelli building, zone G.


This exhibition, organised on the occasion of the Romanian Presidency of the Council of the EU, brings together selected Romanian artworks from the European Parliament’s collection and contributions proposed by the Romanian Ministry of Culture, which are mainly loans from the artists’ own collections.


The artworks on display include the works of Geta Brătescu, Ioana Bătrânu, Suzana Dan, Valeriu Mladin, Teodor Moraru, Mihai Ţopescu, Darie Dup, Iosif Király, Petru Lucaci, Marilena Preda Sânc, Florica Prevenda, Constantin Rusu and Mircea Stănescu. The media of sculpture, painting, drawing and photography as well as creative combinations of mixed media are used to emphasise the variety of artistic expression and the different fields in the vital Romanian contemporary art scene.


Communication and construction is the theme of the new temporary exhibition that marks the Romanian Presidency and demonstrates in a variety of creative expressions those aspects of living in space and time.


Located in the southeast of Europe, Romania is a country that is rich in scenic beauty, and also in its dynamic history and culture. In recent decades, the cultural scene in Romania has become very dynamic and full of surprises. Through its geographical location, Romania is keeping its cultural specificities and at the same time shares elements with neighbouring countries. It is therefore not surprising and also noticeable in this temporary exhibition that contemporary and folk art are complementing each other in the choice of material, colours, techniques and motifs. In bigger cities galleries are emerging and a range of museums all over the country preserve its cultural heritage and facets and host international exhibitions.


‘Don't look for obscure formulas or mystery in my work. It is pure joy that I offer you. Look at my sculptures until you see them.’ said Constantin Brancusi, Romanian artist and one of the most influential sculptors of the 20th century. Visitors are kindly invited to follow this approach and hopefully enjoy new discoveries.


DG Communication

Events and Exhibitions Unit

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Umetniška zbirka Evropskega parlamenta

Umetniška zbirka EP je začela nastajati leta 1980 na pobudo Simone Veil, prve predsednice neposredno izvoljenega Evropskega parlamenta. Želela je doseči, da bi se na evropski ravni uveljavilo razstavljanje evropskih umetniških del, kot je že bila praksa v številnih nacionalnih parlamentih. Prva umetniška dela je Parlament kupil v letih 1982–1989. V letih 1989–1993 je sledilo drugo obdobje nakupov, s tretjim valom, odobrenim leta 1997, pa se je končal postopek nakupa umetnin iz držav članic EU-15. Po pristopu srednje- in vzhodnoevropskih držav leta 2004, 2007 in 2013 je predsedstvo sprejelo načrt za četrto obdobje nakupov v letih 2006–2010, leta 2010 peti načrt za Bolgarijo in Romunijo, leta 2013 pa šesti načrt za Hrvaško, s čimer je izpopolnilo zbirko del iz EU-28.


V tridesetletnem obdobju je Evropski parlament nabavil 387 reprezentativnih del moderne umetnosti, pri čemer se je osredotočal na mlade, obetavne umetnike na začetku poklicne poti. Zbirka danes zajema več kot 600 slik, kipov in drugih umetnin iz vseh držav članic EU in tudi od drugod, vključno z deli, ki so jih podarili ali posodili nacionalni parlamenti in druge institucije.


Umetnine so razstavljene na treh krajih dela Evropskega parlamenta v Bruslju, Strasbourgu in Luxembourgu. Da bi lahko vsakdo občudoval zbirko, je Evropski parlament decembra 2011 odprl to spletno galerijo.


Več informacij o zbirki ali posameznih umetninah dobite med pogosto zastavljenimi vprašanji (povezava) ali na elektronskem naslovu art@europarl.europa.eu.

 
 
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