Corina Oprea

    Corina (b. 1958) lives and works in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. She is a B.A. and M.A. graduate of the Arts and Design University in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. Her projects, conceptual but also a result of a repetitive, huge, stubborn daily work, express the frustration accumulated during the years of communism; her work has the appearance of a simple, superficial play, hiding in fact profound meanings. She had various collaborations in different art projects, both national and international.

     

    1977-1981 Bachelor in Music (violin) and Vocal Music, Music Academy “Gheorghe Dima”, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
    2005- 2008 Bachelor in Economics, Economy and International Business
    2008 -2011 Bachelor of Visual Arts, Pedagogy-Fine and Decorative Arts
    2011-2013 Master of Fine Arts, Fine Arts Painting, University of Art and Design, Cluj-Napoca , Romania

    SOLO SHOWS:

    2016 ”Part 2 – because Part 1 is not finished yet”, Atelier Patru, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
    2014 “The Lace booth”– Cabina de dantela, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
    2011 “220”, Tailors Bastion, Cluj-Napoca, Romania


    GROUP SHOWS:

    2016: “Resurrected”, curated by Ada Muntean, Urania Palace, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
    2015 “Art Stream Shop (project Vienna in Transylvania)” Atelier Patru, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
    2015 “Local Municipalities”, Visual Contact , Oradea, Romania
    2012 “Can It be Love? An Exhibition with possible”, Tailors Bastion, Cluj-Napoca Romania

    Private matter

    With the sudden and unexpected breakdown of communism, we witnessed the exacerbation of the means of communication. Gradually, the once so blamed concepts of “security” and “safety” began to have a positive meaning. The obsession of knowing yourself watched by the system was transformed in the habit of letting yourself be watched by an entirely different system. (Some say that the system is actually the same). It has practically become routine that things which were once considered intimate and inaccessible, be now made public, observed, copied in real time, parallel, in virtual spaces: bigger or smaller screens, electronic memories that display, upon command, not only events but also emotions, frustrations or joy. With all the controversies involved, it is a retaliation of a living, dynamic time, outdoing itself and offering everyone else the possibility to reinvent themselves.

     

     

     


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