Marilena Preda Sanc


She has been crossing worlds since the 1980s placing in balance the sensitivities of the inner world with the aggressions of the outside, thus creating a body of work with its own aesthetics linked with an artistic formation developed within the context of the former East-European Block and the specific orientations of the 90s.

The political and artistic leap from the 80s to the 90s has determined the appearance of a conceptual and visual bridge connecting the interests for geological constructions and the personal body as a self-referential method of understanding movement and space with the impulses of confronting social power relationships, breaking and entering its mechanisms.

 

BIOGRAPHY

1955 born in Bucharest, Romania
1980 B.A. National University of Arts, Bucharest
2002 Ph. D.

SOLO EXHIBITIONS (selected)

2014 Crossing Worlds, FIVE PLUS Art Gallery, Vienna, Austria
2012 Imagine Machinery, Contemporary Art Gallery of the National Brukenthal Museum, Sibiu, Romania
2012 Freedom in the Labyrint, Art Museum, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
2011 Crossing Self Histories
2010 Construction – Spaces – Urbanscape, Frezia Gallery, Dej
2010 Spaces, Anagma Hamburg Gallery, Alicante
2010 Flying Souls, Anagma Gallery, Madrid, Spain
2008 Constructions – Spaces, Simeza Gallery, Bucharest, Romania
2008 Construcciones – Espacios, Construcciones – Espacios
2008 Urbanscape, Calina Gallery, Timisoara, Romania
2007 Urbanscape / Flying soul / Globalization, Studio D.V.O. Gallery, Bruselles, Belgium
2007 Geografia intima / global – videoarte y arte digital, ICR, Madrid, Spain
2006 Urbanscape / Flying soul / Globalization Inside the Living, ICR, Paris, France
2005 Paintings, Goethe Institute, Sibiu, Romania
2005 Drawings, Galery of Art Sabina & Jean Negulescu, Bucharest, Romania
2003 Inside the Living, Studio D.V.O. Bruselles, Belgium
2003 Context, Gyor, Hungary
2000 Globe, Simeza Gallery, Bucharest, Romania
2000 Hearts, Geluk Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1998 States of Reality, East-West Gallery, ICR, New York, USA
1997 Video works, KulturKontakt, Vienna, Austria

 

 


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