Fri, May 15 | Online Event

Art Fights Corona / Daniel Rădulescu

Artists React to the Pandemic - Works & Talks Series
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Art Fights Corona / Daniel Rădulescu

Time & Location

May 15, 2020, 2:00 PM EDT
Online Event

About The Event

In the middle of the pandemic, artists are finding countless ways to continue their practice and lift our spirits. Eight Romanian artists have taken our challenge with the kind of ingenuity one would expect from highly creative minds and are ready to share with us and the world, every week, how the current situation impacts them and their artistic imagination. The third episode in our series, ART FIGHTS CORONA presents ingenious Daniel Rădulescu, an experimental young sculptor who masters the art of welding in the attempt to create seemingly weightless, strikingly dynamic metal works. 

Don’t miss the third episode on Facebook and YouTube on May 15 at 2 p.m. New York & Toronto time / 11 a.m. Los Angeles & Vancouver time / 9 p.m. Bucharest time. Watch also on our blog and other social media accounts after the show.

#EPISODE 3 - DANIEL RĂDULESCU

 

Daniel Rădulescu (b. July 1, 1990) graduated in Graphic Design and for many years immersed himself in 3D computer graphics, which helped him develop an excellent depth perception. In 2014 he chose to make a career shift and started to use all the acquired knowledge and skills in a more tangible way. Consequently, he began an apprenticeship under the guidance of renowned artist and professor Adrian Ilfoveanu in the Sculpture department of the National University of Fine Arts in Bucharest. By that time, Daniel had showed a growing interest in a variety of materials and techniques like stone carving or clay modeling. However, as his evolutionary journey progressed, what really started to hold his attention was the contrast between metal’s toughness and its potential “fluidity.” These intriguing qualities of the material pushed him to experiment with the welding technology and ultimately allowed him to create impressive works that vividly captured movement and energy. By adding multiple layers of melted steel, the outcome proved remarkable due to the contrasting textures that blended perfectly, resulting in expressive metal sculptures, full of dynamism despite their inherent density and weight. 

 

Watch previous episodes: 

  • Ioana Ciocan - May 1, 2020 - Ep.1/8
  • Megan Dominescu - May 8, 2020 - Ep. 2/8

Next artists in our program Art Fights Corona / Artists React to the Pandemic:

  • Radu Pandele - May 22, 2020
  • Mihai Zgondoiu - May 29, 2020 
  • Vlad Nancă - June 5, 2020
  • Dan Badea - June 12, 2020
  • Sasha Meret - June 19, 2020

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