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    Suzana Dan

    She (born 1976) is a Romanian artist who, over the past ten years devoted her time to promoting young Romanian artists through projects produced both through the non-governmental association which of which she is a founder, Ephemair, (, and her ten-year long collaboration with the National Museum of Contemporary Art in Bucharest.

    As Erwin Kessler noted on the occasion of her last exhibition in Bucharest, “Suzana Dan is one of the few artists who have deformed / reformed the Romanian art at the beginning of the noughties by professing an avowedly flippant art. A type of art that was withering away the local public’s customs and expectations, sunk deep into rather orthodox cultural, aesthetic and spiritual pursuits. Suzana Dan drives painting up the wall, getting all sorts of fluids flowing from it, letting them out in the open as if to horripilate and instruct the beholder concurrently. In time, this searching instruction – never-ending and constantly reconsidered – has built an edifice, eccentric yet fragile as living art always is.“



    1976 born in Zainesti, Romania

    SOLO EXHIBITIONS (selected):

    2015 At one point we all fall down, FIVEPLUS Art Gallery, Vienna, Austria
    2012 ” What a difference a day made”, H’ART GALLERY, Bucharest, Romania
    2011 “Lighioane şi Supralighioane”, Soap Art Kollectiv, Anaid Art Gallery, Bucharest, Romania
    2008 “Against All Odds”, Slag Gallery, New York, USA
    2003 “Animal Touch”, H’ART GALLERY, Bucharest, Romania

    GROUP EXHIBITIONS (selected):

    2016 Art Safari Bucharest, FIVEPLUS Art Gallery, Vienna
    2015 ” F.A.Q about Steven the Great”, H’ART GALLERY, Bucharest, Romania
    2007 “GEROVITAL, l’arte della giovinnezza”, Little Italy Artgallery, Milan, Italy
    2004 “Stiff Life”, H’ART GALLERY, Bucharest, Romania
    2004 INTERart “Face to face”, KOKEM, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Romania
    2004 “Zart”, Institutul Cultural Roman “Titu Maiorescu”, Berlin, Germany