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    Andrea Anghel



    1990 born in Alba-Julia and studied in Cluj-Napoca, Romania
    Currently lives and works in Wroclaw, Poland

    2011 Erasmus Scholarship – Visual Arts, summer semester, Academy of Fine Arts, Worclaw, Poland
    2012 B.A. – Graphic Arts, University of Art and Design, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
    2015 M.A. – Experimental Printmaking and Visual Arts, “Eugeniusz Geppert” Academy of Art and Design, Worclaw, Poland



    2015 “CERTEJ (IS) MINE”, Site-specific solo show, Old Bakery Building, Worclaw, Poland
    2011 “Damaged People”, Casa Matei Gallery, Cluj-Napoca, Romania

    GROUP EXHIBITIONS (selected):

    2016 “Resurrected”, curator: Ada Muntean, FIVE PLUS Art Gallery, Vienna, Austria
    2016 “Resurrected”, curator: Ada Muntean, Urania Palace, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
    2015 Post-digital Printmaking, Redefinition of the Concept of Matrix, curator: Aleksandra Janik and Zuzanna Dyrda, Neon Gallery, Worclaw, Poland
    2013 “London Calling”, Factory Art Gallery, London, Great Britain


    Self as Virginia Woolf

    There has been a rather consistent history of fringe artists being regarded as making “outsider art”. Aming them, a vast chunk is reserved for women, who have constantly been put aside when discussing the past’s most meaningful individuals. Nowadays, certain artists who, for a lack of a better subject, depict moments in history limited to the male gaze and filtered through a colourfully misogynistic painterly view, depicting women as simple stand-ins who get pies thrown in their faces. I am here to remind them that women tend to play a role that is far more important than what they choose to showcase, who survive severe trauma and, through sheer mental tenacity change history. I am here to remind them that my generation has no interest in Darwinism for the sake of politics, but of equity for the sake of empowerment.