A Harlem of Their Own: 10 Romanian Artists Revisit Feminist Legacy
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About The Event
Don’t miss the biggest descend of Romanian artists in New York City in the past years: "A Room of One's Own", a project inspired by Virginia Woolf’s feminist manifesto and produced by Anca Poterasu Gallery and Catinca Tabacaru Gallery with support from RCI New York. The showcase, included in NADA New York Gallery Open, will be on view in Catinca Tabacaru Gallery's new space in Harlem from February 28 and will present 10 Romanian artists working in various media: Oana Coșug, Larisa Crunțeanu, Megan Dominescu, Adelina Ivan, Aurora Király, Olivia Mihălțianu, Doina Simionescu, Matei Bejenaru, Iulian Bisericaru, and Belu-Simion Făinaru.
"The exhibition focuses on transitive spaces of creation as seen by artists whose lives are bound continuously outward. For the artists’ work to be seen, their own rooms are always in an outside space, where the artists become unknown guests. The domestic allure of the Harlem house transfers also in its artistic laboratory, an inner world unveiling for visitors, conjuring parallel spaces of folding and unfolding realities." (Anca Poterasu Gallery)
Image: Aurora Király, Melancholia (Selfportrait with sun-glasses), 1998, silver gelatin print, 21 x 29,7 cm