Centrul Diplomatic/Diplomatic Center

Centrul de Studii Politice si Diplomatie/ Center for Political Science and Diplomacy

EXCEPTIONAL ARTISTIC ENCOUNTER HOSTED BY NATIONAL LIBRARY OF ROMANIA

NEW YORK PARIS TORONTO

International artistic encounter in Bucharest

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New York, Paris and Toronto encounter for the first time in Bucharest, regrouping one hundred artistic works of painter Gevork Chubaryan, sculptor Françoise Abraham and painter Costa Dvorezky.

Gevork Chubaryan, American artist of Armenian descent, born in Russia in 1985, currently resides in New York, where he graduated from the School of Visual Arts in 2007. He comes from a family with a great artistic tradition, his grandfather, Gukas Chubaryan being widely recognized as a true patriarch of modern Armenian sculpture. In 2006, 2008 and 2009 he held personal exhibitions in Wisconsin, New York and Texas.

Francoise Abraham has had, since 1997, personal exhibitions throughout Europe, Asia and the United States. She is most known and appreciated for her personal technique, colored resin, which she has put up and developed through her artistic work. This new technique is unique in the art market, successfully managing to mix an original mise-en-scene with a sight touch of unusual.

Born in Russia in 1968, Costa Dvorezky currently resides and creates in Canada. He has graduated from the Moscow Stroganov Academy in 1993 and has since participated at numerous exhibitions throughout Europe and North America. Many of his works can nowadays be found in private collections in France, Switzerland, Germany, Spain, Canada and the United States.

The exhibition will be opened for public from 4 to 12 October 2013, the inauguration taking place on Friday, October 4 at 19.00, in the presence of the three artists, at the Romanian National Library in Bucharest, 22 Unirii Boulevard, Mircea Voda Boulevard entrance. Admission is free.

 

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EXPOZITIE ARTISTICA DE EXCEPTIE LA BIBLIOTECA NATIONALA

NEW YORK   PARIS   TORONTO

Intalnire artistica internationala la Bucuresti

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New York, Paris si Toronto isi dau intalnire pentru prima oara la Bucuresti, regrupand o suta de opere ale pictorului Gevork Chubaryan, sculptorului Françoise Abraham si ale pictorului Costa Dvorezky.

Gevork Chubaryan, artist american de origine armeana, nascut in Rusia in 1985, locuieste din 1994 in New York, unde a absolvit in 2007 Scoala de Arte Vizuale. Provine dintr-o familie cu o mare traditie artistica, bunicul sau, Gukas Chubaryan fiind unanim recunoscut ca un adevarat patriarh al sculpturii armene moderne. In 2006, 2008 si 2009 a avut expozitii personale in Wisconsin, New York si Texas.

 

Francoise Abraham are, incepand cu 1997, expozitii personale in Europa, Asia si Statele Unite. Este cunoscuta si apreciata cel mai mult pentru tehnica sa personala, rasina colorata, pe care a introdus-o si dezvoltat-o prin lucrarile sale. Aceasta noua tehnica este unica pe piata de arta, amestecand in mod reusit un decor original cu o picatura de neobisnuit.

 Nascut in Rusia in 1968, Costa Dvorezky traieste si creeaza in Canada. A absolvit Academia Stroganov din Moscova in 1993 si a articipat la numeroase expozitii in Europa si America de Nord. O mare parte din operele sale se gasesc actualmente in colectii particulare din Franta, Elvetia, Germania, Spania, Canada si Statele Unite.

Expozitia va fi deschisa publicului intre 4 si 12 octombrie 2013, vernisajul avand loc vineri 4 octombrie la orele 19.00, in prezenta celor trei artisti, la Biblioteca Nationala a Romaniei din Bucuresti, Bulevardul Unirii nr.22, intrarea din Bulevardul Mircea Voda. Intrarea este libera.

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