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Contemporary Romanian Art Scene in 7 Gallery Tours | E6/7: MOBIUS GALLERY

Updated: Sep 22, 2020

Our current online arts series brings you the hotspots of Romania’s contemporary visual arts scene and some of the most talked-about artists' shows through 7 virtual gallery tours introduced by well establish curators and artists. Explore the portfolio of these first-rate galleries, located in major cities throughout Romania, and gain insight into their history, aesthetic outlook and contemporary relevance. 

Learn more about the works and artists they promote and muse how they channel universal aspirations as well as intimate experiences through artistic gestures drawn from a wide range of perspectives and cultural traditions, which express shared desires for human connection and return to the life before the health crisis. 


Since its opening in October 2015, Mobius Gallery has gained the reputation of one of the most active contemporary art spaces in Romania. While mainly focusing on Eastern Europen art and artists, Mobius Gallery maintains an international presence through a carefully curated program. As such, it aims to stimulate dialogue and exchange between the Eastern European art scene and the international community through a series of special exhibitions, publications, events, and artist talks. In the five years since its establishment, Mobius has become a fundamental and dynamic factor between artists, international galleries and the general public, with a recognized ability to analyze and synthesize the dynamics of contemporary art in Romania.

#Episode 6: Mobius Gallery

On view @ MOBIUS Gallery

"Fanboy" by Saddo (October 2 - November 7, 2020)

The exhibition FANBOY is the artist’s latest series, a complex portrait of cultural and social contemporary narratives explored in never exhibited before drawings, large scale paintings, tapestry and sculptures.

OPENING: 2nd of October from 6 PM to 12 AM, at 18 Dumbrava Roșie Street, Bucharest. The exhibition is on display from the 2nd of October through the 7th of November.

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