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Art Fridays: Studio Conversations with Bianca Mann

Updated: May 26, 2021

Molding the Personality


Bianca Mann (b. 1991, Bucharest) belongs to the new generation of Romanian sculptors. She studied Sculpture at the National University of Arts in Bucharest and since 2013 has been a member of the Union of Visual Artists in Romania (UAP). In 2018 Bianca Mann was awarded UAP’s "Youth Award".

Bianca's work is developed around the mask seen as a metaphor of identity as well as an opportunity to analyze the perception of images as a way to mold one’s personality. In fact, the first mask moldings were made of her own face and were later altered into other forms.

Recently, Bianca has moved to a new STUDIO that opens new possibilities in terms of the scale of her future works. There she molds her own universe, almost like a ritual, creating a magical connection with the materials and impressing its multiple facets onto her sculptures.

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A special online Visual Arts Program to celebrate the contemporary Romanian art, discover innovative exhibitions, experience gallery tours, studio visits, museum walks, watch artist talks and promote artistic exchanges.

Art Fridays presents Studio Conversations, a new online series that offers an intimate, behind-the-scenes access to 10 rising stars of the Romanian artistic scene, uncovering their philosophy and practices, technical approaches, sources of inspiration, and personal stories. Get ready for a close encounter with some amazingly creative individuals, working in a wide range of styles and media, right in the heart of their studios.

“Studio Conversations” features 10 Romanian artists: Ioana Palamar, Cătălin Bădărău, Lea Rasovszky, Ciprian Paleologu, Aurora Kiraly, Obie Platon, Bianca Mann, Ştefan Radu Creţu, Delia Călinescu (Zoiţa), and Roman Tolici.

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