Like some of his congeners, the sculptor Alexandru Siminic was constantly involved in restoring monuments, this activity actually doubling the one as a sculptor and, unavoidably, contributing to the consolidation of a vision and to the selection of certain subjects. More inclined to abstractness, Alexandru Simnic overlaps in space basic geometric shapes, he creates unusual balances and he studies the potentials of material combinations. The sculptor’s vision is essentializing, simplifying and capable of putting into dialogue fullness with emptiness, the horizontal with the vertical, both in the workshop art and in the monumental works. Alexandru Siminic experiences the valences of conjoining the artistic and the ready-made objects or the created object and a fragment of natural matter, such as river stone, for example. Moreover, he pursues highlighting the relationships between shadows and light in his three dimensional embodiments.
Luiza Barcan (2014)