GOIDACI, Geo




Telephone:

(0049) 89 16 99 01
 

Address:

München, Germania
 

Website:

www.goidaci.de
 

Email:

geo@goidaci.de
 




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    BIOGRAPHY

    (Iojib, Satu Mare, Romania, 1947; in 1984 he moves to Germany)

    Academic Studies:
    1967 - 1972 - "Ion Andreescu" Fine Arts Institute, with Kós András, Eugen Gocan, Horia Flămându, Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

    Professional Activity:
    1972 - 1984 - Teacher at Fine Arts High School in Timişoara, Romania.

    since 1981 - Member of the Romanian Fine Arts Union
     


    PROJECTS

    Solo Exhibitions*:
    1984 - "Helios" Gallery, Timişoara, Romania;
    1991 - Meeting House (Haus der Begegnung), München, Germany;
    1993 - "Arabellapark" Art Forum, München, Germany;
    1994 - "An Sengers" Gallery, Netherlands;
             - The Boston Consulting Group, München, Germany;
    1997 - Institute of Systemic Research, Heidelberg, Germany;
    1999 - "Am Eichholz" Gallery, Murnau, Germany;
    2000 - "C. Brendel” Gallery, Kreuth, Bavaria, Germany;
    2001 - "Eberle" Gallery, Pullach, München, Germany;
    2007 - "George Cotos” Gallery, Popular Art Museum of Bucovina, Gura Humorului, Romania;
             - "Dialog" Gallery, Bucharest, Romania;
             - ”Vasile Pogor” House (Museum of Literature), Iaşi, Romania;
             - ”President” Art Galleries, Mangalia, Romania;
    2008 - Fragments, sculpture and digital art personal exhibition, "Helios" Gallery, Timişoara, Romania.
             - Grosshadern Clinical House Galleries, München, Germania;
             - ”Dialog" Art Gallery, Bucharest, Romania.

    Group Exhibitions**:
    1975 - 1984 - County Annual Salons, Timişoara, Romania;
    1987 - Galerie der Künstler, München, Germania;
    1990 - Prix Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria;
    1992 - Brückenforum, Bonn, Germany;
    1993 - Lichtenberg Congres Center, Berlin, Germany;
    1994 - ”Art Addiction” Gallerz, Stockholm, Sweden;
             - Botanischer Garten, München, Germany;
             - Special guest at CeBIT, Hanovra, Germany;
    1995 - ”ART 54” Gallery, New York, USA;
             - ”Türkenhof” Gallery, München, Germany;
    1997 - ”Kontraste” Gallery, Düsseldorf, Germany;
    1998 - K Galerie, München, Germany;
    1999 - ”Am Eichholz” Gallery, Murnau, Germany;
             - Torre Strozzi, Perugina, Italy;
    2001 - ”Eberle” Gallery, Pullach, München, Germany;
             - Alkaest, Cita di Castello, Perugina, Italy;
    2002 - Dorfgalerie, Planegg, Germany;
    2003 - Atezart Galerie, Avignon, France;
             - Gioi, Salerno, Italy;
    2004 - Romanian Cultural Days at München, Germany;
    2005 - ”Am Eichholz” Gallery, Murnau, Germany;
             - Romania Consulate in München;
             - ”Nicolae Iorga” Romanian Institute, Palazzo Correr, Venice, Italy;
    2006 - ”Burger” Gallery, München, Germany;
             - Dorfgallerie, Planegg, Germany;
    2007 - Salon of Romanian Artists from Everywhere (SARP), Art Gallery at Hotel "President”, Mangalia and Pogor House, Museum of Literature, Iaşi, Romania;
    2008 - University Hospital in München, Germany;
            - Romanian Artists from Diaspora, "Dialog" Gallery, Bucharest, Romania;
    2011 - Künstler aus Siebenbürgen, "RaduArt" Gallery, Fürstenfeldbruck, Germany (together with Marianne Ganea, Ingo Glass, Radu-Anton Maier, Armin Muhsam, Helmut Sturmer, Kaspar Teutsch, Laszlo Toth, Eugen Viehmann, Johann Waadt, Hugo Wolff).

    Monumental Works:
    1991 - Light-Man, wood, water, Thansau RohrdorfGermany;
    2005 - House for Good Spirits, Murnau, Germany;
    2010 - Light-ManKarl Marx 3 Alley, München, Germany.

    Sculpture Symposiums:
    1979 - Măgura, Buzău, Romania (stone sculpture camp);
    1981 - Căsoaia, Arad, Romania (stone sculpture camp);
    1983 - Deta, Timiş, Romania (artwork: Threshold; wood sculpture camp);
    1991, 1992, 1994 - Design Symposium, Zsennye, Hungary;
    1992 - Lazărea, Harghita, Romania (camp creation);
    1999 - ”Torre Strozzi” Creation Camp, Parlesca, Italy;
    2003 - Cultural Days of Gioi Town, Salerno, Italy;
    2005 - International Sculpture Symposium from Murnau, Germany (event organised by "Am Elchholz" Gallery);
    2012 - Germering, Germany (Germeringer Werktage).

    Monumental Works:
    Aquarius, Thansau, Rosenheim, Germany;
    La mama di Gioi / The Mother of Gioi, Comune di Gioi, Salerno, Italy;
    Light-Man, München, Germany.

    Artworks in public and private collections in Romania, Greece, Germany, USA, France, Italy.

    * Solo Exhibitions: 1994 - Műcsarnok, Győr, Hungary;
    ** Group Exhibitions: 1991, 1992 - Budapest, Hungary; 1992 - Bratislava, Slovakia; USA, Italy, France, Hungary and Sweden.
     


    BIBLIOGRAPHY

    Vlasiu, Ioana (coord.), Dicționarul sculptorilor din România. Secolele XIX-XX Dictionary of Sculptors in Romania. XIXth-XXth Century, vol. I, lit. A - G, Editura Academiei Române / Publishing House of the Romanian Academy, București, 2011, p. 241.

    Măgura. Tabăra de sculptură (album) / Măgura. Sculpture Camp (album), Bucureşti, 1980.
    Horșia, Horia, in "Arta" Magazine, 1982, nr. 7-8.
    Cosovan, Tiberiu, in „Monitorul de Suceava”, 18 aprilie 2007 (interview).

    Web Sources:
    http://www.goidaci.de/6101.html
    http://www.agero-stuttgart.de/REVISTA-AGERO/CULTURA/Geo%20Goidaci%20%20un%20sculptor%20peste%20timp%20de%20Daniela%20Gifu.htm
    http://www.agero-stuttgart.de/REVISTA-AGERO/JURNALISTICA/Interviu%20cu%20artistul%20plastic%20Geo%20Goidaci%20de%20George%20Roca.htm