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Andrei Rosetti


He is a member of the Fine Arts Union of Romania since 2004. He has worked as an Art Director and Designer since graduating in 2002. After ten years of living in Timisoara city, he is now back in Deva. He work as a visual arts teacher in High School of Music and Visual Arts “Sigismund Toduta”. His artistic work consists mostly of studio oil painting and photography.

In 2003 Andrei Rosetti, Sorin Scurtulescu, Sorin Neamtu, Ciprian Bodea, Dan Gherman and Sorin Oncu, founded the N O I M A (meaning, sense) group of painters. Within the NOIMA group, artistic approaches and aims varied from artist to artist; however, the artists shared a common desire to express spiritual truths through their art. The members of the group are interested in the visual expresion, old master tehniques and the meaning of ancient art but also in the dinamic universe of arts from the last three centuries. They are trying to express over there time boudaries, trying to be “workfellows” with Altamira painters, with Andrei Rubliov, Van Gogh or Luc Tuymans too. NOIMA organized exhibitions since 2004 in western Romania (Arad, Timisoara, Cluj Napoca, Deva, Lipova).


1974 born in Transylvania, Romania
West University, Faculty of Visual Arts, Painting Department, Timisoara, Romania
B.A. – Painting
2002 – Art Director and Designer
visual arts teacher in High School of Music and Visual Arts “Sigismund Toduta”, Romania


2003 Photography Timisoara, Deva, Romania
2007  Photography Timisoara, Deva, Romania
2008 Painting,Deva, Hunedoara, Romania
2009 Photography Timisoara, Deva, Romania


2009 National Art Museum, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
2008 “Axes”, Museum of Arad, Romania
2007 Noima, painting, Old Gallery, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
2007 Noima, German Cultural Centre, Timisoara, Romania
2007 Noima, City Museum, Lipova, Romania
2005 Noima, Forma Gallery, Deva, Romania
2005 “Romania Cultural Days”, Lille (Espace Culture), France
2004 Noima, 28 Gallery & Anastasia Gallery, Timisoara, Romania
2002 PROLOG Exhibition, 28 Gallery, Timisoara, Romania