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    Ada Muntean



    Ada Muntean was born in 1987 in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. Ada has a BA (2009) and an MA (2011) in Graphics from the University of Art and Design in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. She is currently working on her PhD in Visual Arts at the same institution. She is an artist active internationally and occasionally works as a curator.

    2006-2009 B.A. – Fine Art, Graphic Arts, University of Art and Design, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
    2009 Erasmus exchange student, Department –Fine Art, Birmingham Institute of Art & Design, Great Britain
    2009-2011 M.A. –  Fine Art, Graphic Arts, University of Art and Design, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
    2010 CEEPUS exchange student , Academy of Fine Art  “Jan Matejko”, Kracow, Poland
    2015 Gallery Assistant, Internship at Peckham Platform Art Gallery, London, Great Britain
    2016 Gallery Assistant, Internship at Plan B Gallery, Berlin, Germany
    2014-2017 PhD – Visual Art, University of Art and Design, Cluj-Napoca, Romania


    2015 ” Soft Hollow”, Atelier Patru, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
    2015 Black Fire”, Museum of Art, Brașov, Romania
    2013 “Dream Traces”, Visual Contact Gallery, Oradea, Romania
    2013Interfaces”, Visual Contact Gallery, Ulm, Germany
    2012 “Coordinates for you to dream”, Art Yourself Gallery, Bucharest, Romania
    2010Open Heart Surgery”, Casa Matei Gallery, Romania and Gallery of Birmingham Institute of Art and Design, Great Britain


    2017 FIVE PLUS Art Gallery @ Curators Choice & Artists Tribute, Vienna, Austria
    2016 “Resurrected”, curator, FIVE PLUS Art Gallery, Vienna, Austria
    2016 OPEN16″, Peckham Platform, London, Great Britain
    2015 Small Graphic Exhibition, Romanian Cultural Institute, New York, USA
    2015 “Intercultural Links”, Palace of the United Nations, Geneva, Switzerland
    2014 Young Art Show 7, House of Arts Piestany, Slovakia
    2014 “Inner Fire”, Bucharest Art Week, Foișorul de Foc, Bucharest, Romania
    2014 “SeeMeTakeover”,Times Square, New York, USA
    2014Imago Mundi-The Art of Humanity”, Casa dei Carraresi, Treviso, Italy
    2014 “Contempora 7”, Imbold Gallery, Bucharest, Romania
    2014 “Romanian Graphic Art”, National Museum of Art, Chișinău, Romania
    2013 ” See Me Booth”, Scope Art Fair, Miami, USA
    2013 “L’art qui unit-45 artistes roumains”, Inter-Art Exhibition, Romanian Embasssy, Bruxelles
    2013 “Creatives Rising”, See Me Gallery & Linc LIC skyskraper projection, New York USA
    2013 “The Exhibition of Young Artists”, Contempora 6, Alchemia Gallery, Buchares, Romaniat
    2013 “Freedom and Art-without border” , European Parliament, Bruxelles
    2012 POP-Pick me up Fair, Somerset House, London, Great Britain
    2011 Intimate Space, Olympic Village, Innsbruck, Austria
    2011 EBienale, Palace Hall, Bucharest, Romania
    2010 Venice Architecture Biennial, Photographic project exhibited in Superbia, Venice, Italy
    2010 Suburbia project, Romanian Pavilion, Palazzo Correr, Venice, Italy



    2016 “Traces of Identity”, Artist: Pavel Grosu. Artist Open Studio exhibition part of the Worldwide Apartment and Studio Biennale
    2016 “Presence in Absence”, Artists: Andreea Anghel, Maria Sicoie, Gabriel Stoian-Atelier Patru, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
    2016 “Resurrected, Artists: Andreea Anghel, Anca Badea, Gabriel Bica, Adelina Cacio, Cristina Coza-Damian, Oana Damian, Pavel Grosu, Ioana Iacob, Norbert Dako-Graff, Elena Ilash, Tudor Jucan, Florin Marin, Corina Oprea, Daniel Popescu, Axenia Roșca, Ozana Mureșan, Alina Staicu, Herbert Christian Stoeger, Gabriel Stoian, Urania Palace, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
    2015 “Unfinished Business”, Artist: Adelina Cacio, Visual Contact Gallery, Oradea, Romania
    2015 “Emergence”, Artist: Pavel Grosu, Visual Contact Galler, Oradea, Romania
    2015 “Fade Ou”t, Artist: Claudiu Ghermăneanu, Visual Contact Gallery, Oradea, Romania
    2014 “Sequences of Love”, Artist: Anca Badea, Visual Contact Gallery, Oradea, Romania


    Identity Reconstruction

    Identity Reconstruction is a series of works that analyze the deconstruction and the reconstruction of the self, both physically and conceptually. The body becomes a metaphor of the inner constant struggle of identity reconfiguration. The works describe and suggest possible portraits, self-portraits or personas. The concept of a well traced identity becomes uncertain, the viewer being provoked to discover it in each work of the series.