CRITICAL REVIEW


BIOGRAPHY


(Macea, Arad, 1931 - 2004, Macea, Arad, 2004)
 
 
Academic studies:
1950 – 1953 – Institute of Plastic Arts, with professors Georg Baron Löwendal, Adam Bălţatu, Mihai Onofrei, Constantin Baraschi, Bucharest;
1953 – 1959 - Institute „Repin”, with Socolov, Kerzin, Vucetici, Leningrad.


Since1959 - Plastic art sudy of the Army
Since 1963 - Member of the Plastic Artists Union in Romania
 


PROJECTS


Solo exhibitions:
1970 - GAMB, Bucharest;
1980 - Alfa Gallery, Arad.
 
Group exhibitions:
1965 - CCA, Bucharest;
1966 -Berlin, Germany;
1967 - Bacău, Galleries of Art;
1968 – Museum of Art, Cluj-Napoca;
1969 - National Gallery, Budapest, Hungary;
           - Warsaw, Poland;
1970 - National Museum, Belgrade;
           - Gallery of Art, Rijeka;
           - County Museum, Slavonski-Brod;
1965, 1967, 1974, 1976 - 1978, 1982 - 1984 - Dalles Hall, Bucharest;
1979 - Palace Hall, Bucharest;
1991 - Gallery X, Queens, New York, USA;
1991 - Gallery ¾, National Theatre, Bucharest.
 
Monumental works:
1965 -Youth (metal, stone), Bucharest;
1970 -Gheorghe Lazăr (bronze), Sibiu;
1971 -Gheorghe Magheru (bronze), Caracal;
1972 - Poet Grozescu(bronze), Comloșul-Mare, Timiș;
 -Aviator hero Traian Dirjan (bronze), Sibiu;
1975 -Hero Virgil Iovănaş(piatră), Curtici, Arad;
1976 - Monument of heroes (stone), Macea, Arad;
           - Heroes in 1916 (piatră), Fântânele, Sibiu;
1976- 1977 -Medallions with figures from the country history (bronze), Military Academy, Bucharest;
1977 -Decebal (bronze), Timișoara;
1977 - Toader Hrib (bronze), Arbore, Suceava;
1979 - Matei Basarab (bronze), Brăila;
1981 - King Gelu (bronze), Zalău;
1982 - Bogdan (bronze), Baia Mare, Maramureș;
1982 - Burebista and his country (stone), Museum of the Marine, Constanța;
1983 - Ioan Corvin de Huniade (artificial stone), Museum of History, Timișoara;
1985 -Glad, Gelu and Menumorut (artificial stone), Museum of History, Oradea, Bihor;
1987- 1988 -Burebista, Glad, Gelu, Menumorut, Mihai Viteazul (artificial stone), National Military Museum, Bucharest;
1988 -Hero in the First World War (reconstruction, bronze), National Military Museum, Bucharest;
1989 -Romanian soldier in the Second World War  (bronze), National Military Museum, Bucharest;
1991 - Mihai Viteazul (bronze), Alba Iulia.
 
 
Writings:
On the border toward you (lyrics), 1973.
The close far (lyrics), 1991.
 


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