ANDREI, Antoaneta




Telephone:

+40 727 33 85 29

Număr atelier:
021. 319. 88. 52
 

Address:

Atelier: Biserica Amzei, nr. 7 - 9, etaj 1, sector 1, București
 

Website:

http://antoanetaandrei.
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Email:

satoart@gmail.com
 




CRITICAL REVIEW


        The symbolic issues raised by the figurative structure, as those raised by the representation of motion are solved due to the approach towards the image of the human body - most of the times in its feminine stance. Her art is fundamentally characterised by enthusiasm and vigour which are the means used to seek for a complete, solid form, able to harmonize the most profound, inmost tensions which need to be expressed. Here and there, such tensions fracture the surfaces, crumble and stir areas from the artwork without disrupting the unity of the whole. From an essential anthropocentric vision, the expressionist accents are related to the inner anxieties / worries.
 
Constantin Prut
 


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    BIOGRAPHY

    (Constanța, 1948)

    Higher Education:
    1967 - 1973 - Institute of Fine Arts "Nicolae Grigorescu", Bucharest, with professor Boris Caragea.

    Scholarships:
    1975 - 1977 - "Dimitrie Paciurea" Grant, Bucharest.

    Member of Romanian Fine Artists Union
    Member of Association Internationale des Arts Plastiques
    Member of Club of Arts, Washington
     


    PROJECTS

    Solo Exhibitions:

    1989, 1990 - Museum of Art, Constanța, Romania;
    1996 - Latin America House, Bucharest, Romania;
    1997, 1998 - "Vandôme" Gallery, Paris, France;
    1999 - "Nicolas Salmeron" Cultural Centre, Madrid, Spain;
             - French Institute, Bucharest, Romania;
    2000 - "George Enescu" Museum, Bucharest, Romania;
             - French Institute, Bucharest, Romania;
    2002 - Latin America House, Bucharest, Romania;
    2004 - "George Enescu" Museum, Bucharest, Romania.

    Group Exhibitions (selection)*:

    1987, 1989 - International Biennial Dantesca, Ravenna, Italy;
    1994 - Balkanian Female Artists Exhibition, Sava Cultural Centre, Belgrad, Serbia;
    1996 - Tribute to Nichita Stănescu, Cultural Palace, Ploiești, Prahova;
    1997 - Instituto Romeno di Cultura e Ricerca Umanistica, Venice, Italy;
             - Accademia di Romania, Rome, Italy;
             - L’Institut Français de Bucarest;
    1999 - Dante in Romania, Art Collections Museum, Bucharest;
             - Small Sculpture, Athens, Greece;
             - G. Enescu Museum, Bucharest;
    2000 - Latin America House, Bucharest.
     
    Sculpture Symposiums: 

    1975 - 1979 - Măgura, Buzău;
    1983 - Doftanei Valley, Prahova;
    1984 - Babadag, Tulcea;
    1985 - Brăila;
    1997 - „Art and habitation”, Constanța.
     
    Monumental Sculptures:


    2002 - Painter Ion Dumitriu’s portrait, bronze, „Ion Dumitriu” School, Bucharest;
    2003 - Painter Alexandru Ciucurencu’s portrait, bronze, Romanian Academy, Bucharest;
    2004 - 2005 - Trophy for Radio Prizes Gala, Bucharest;
    2006 - 5 monumental portraits for Bârlad figures.

    Awards and Prizes:
    1989 - The Gold Medal, Dantesca Biennial, Ravenna, Italy;
    1998 - Romania Fine Arts Union’s Prize for ambiental art.

    * Group Exhibitions: 1981 - Belgrad, Serbia; 1982 - Warsaw, Poland; 1987 - Berlin, Germany; 1988 - Belgrad, Serbia; 1997 - Venice, Italy; Academia di Romania, Rome, Italy; Romanian Cultural Centre in Paris, France; 1999 - Cultural Institute of Spain, Madrid, Spain.
     


    BIBLIOGRAPHY

    Fundația Culturală META, Un secol de sculptură românească. Dicționar A-D. Colecția SINTEZE, Editura META, 2001, pp. 25 - 26.

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