Alina Aldea explores different possibilities of creating art using methods specific to the contemporary framework of ideas and styles. She manages to generate new relational, interpretative contexts due to the dialogue established between the artefact and its immediate context of reception. The human anatomy (fragmentary, abstract, deconstructed, alone or together with a ready-made object functioning as a conceptual adjuvant) becomes the recurrent theme of an assumed iconography. She creates the series called The Chimeras (drawing) where the abstract, on one hand, and the equilibrium between transparency-opaqueness and the constant weight, on the other, excludes the descriptive, the revival of the organic.

Elena Mihuț



    (Tășnad, Satu Mare, 1974)

    Higher Education:
    1994 - 1999 - Academy of Fine Arts, Bucharest.

    Member of Romanian Fine Ars Union


    Solo Exhibitions:

    1995 - Schiller House, Bucharest, Romania;
    1996 - "The Black Sea" Gallery, Mangalia, Romania;
    1998 - The Bed of Procrustes, The Black Sea Gallery, Mangalia, Romania;
    2004 - "Artis" Gallery (graphics and sculpture), Bucharest, Romania.
    Group Exhibitions:

    1996 - Museum of History, Satu Mare, Romania;
    1996 - Sculpture and Drawings Exhibition, Museum of Art, Constanța, Romania;
    1997 - The International Bank of Religions, Moreni, Dâmbovița, Romania;
    1997, 1998, 1999 - StudentFest, "Bastion" Galleries, Timişoara, Romania;
    1998 - Atelier ’35 Exhibition, Museum of Art, Constanța, Romania;
    1998 - Accents, "Apollo" Gallery, Bucharest, Romania;
    1998 - International Art Salon, Reșița Art Museum, Romania;
    1998 - StudentFest, Cotroceni National Museum, Bucharest;
    1999 - Drawings Exhibition, Atelier ’35, Museum of Art, Constanța, Romania;
    1999 - Conquest-Exhibition, "Apollo" Gallery, Bucharest, Romania;
    1999 - Winter Salon, Museum of Art, Constanța, Romania;
    1999 - The Mark, graphics and sculpture exhibition, "Galla" Gallery, Bucharest, Romania;
    1999 - Graphics Exhibition, Romanian National Museum of Literature, Bucharest, Romania;
    1999 - Sculpture Exhibition, Romanian National Museum of Literature together with the Slovak Institute, Bucharest, Romania;
    2003 - A day out of time, Cișmigiu Park, Bucharest, Romania.

    Sculpture Symposiums: 

    1996 - Satu Mare, Romania;
             - Năvodari, Constanța, Romania;
    1997 - Moreni, Dâmbovița, Romania;
    1998, 1999 - Techirghiol, Constanța, Romania;
                       - Capidava, Constanța, Romania;
    2000 - Techirghiol, Constanța, Romania.
    Awards and Prizes:
    1999 - "Ariana and Ion Nicodim" prize for graphics, Atelier ’35, Romania.


    Fundația Culturală META, Un secol de sculptură românească. Dicționar A-D, Colecția SINTEZE, Editura META, 2001, p. 23.