In 1955, Joseph Luft and Harrington Ingham, two American psychologists, created the concept of "unknown unknowns" in an interpretation system called the Johari window, which is a technique for interpreting human relationships, both in terms of relationships with themselves and with those around them. The unknown
“Generally, my works represent a mixture of readymade and fabrics sculpture and at the same time have a hidden emotional imprint somewhere in childhood.”
Raluca Arnăutu, artist
Raluca Arnăutu’s art world is inhabited by a whole supernatural bestiary that descends from
For the last fifteen years, Alexandru Rădvan is known for his large works in which he examines ancient myths and mythologies through a contemporary approach. Alexandru Rădvan's work often has references in literature. The heroes of ancient legends become conversation partners with
Laseta by Raluca and Matei Arnăutu
The exhibition “Laseta” by Raluca and Matei Arnăutu took place at Cultural Center “Brancoveneşti Palace”, “Ice house” Gallery, Mogoşoaia between 7h March 2020 – 31th March 2020. Prologue due the current situation till the end of June 2020.
The exhibition installation "Laseta"
The exhibition “Secret Garden”by Alina Aldea took place at Cultural Center “Brancoveneşti Palace”, Mogoşoaia between 14th December 2019 – 25th February 2020.
“Perhaps there is a language which is not made of words and everything in the world understands it. Perhaps there is a soul hidden
Romantics felt that feelings are a deeper layer of the soul than reason. German romantic composer Robert Schumann affirmed that "The mind is confused, the feelings never are." If, in the writings of French Romantic philosophers, the desire was the core element
Out of the Black. Experiment X
„You could not remove a single grain of sand from its place without thereby… changing something throughout all parts of the immeasurable whole”.
Johann Gottlieb Fichte
The exhibition "Out of the Black. Experiment X" signed by the artist Alina
Anaid Art Gallery is pleased to recommend the solo show by the renowned Romanian artist Alexandru Rădvan titled “The Oldest Day” at ARCUB (Bucharest Cultural Center), Lipscani Street, Nr. 84 – 90, Bucharest, Romania. The opening will take place on Tuesday, 14th of
Anaid Art Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of Alexandru Rădvan’s (born 1977) solo show Untouchable Love, showcasing his most recent artworks. Alexandru Rădvan is one of the most intriguing Romanian contemporary artist who for more than a decade has questioned the relationship between contemporary
The group exhibition "White Blood and Red Snow" presents an association of works dealing with different concepts and techniques, which at first glance have nothing in common. "White Blood and Red Snow" is a game of words in which the viewer can
In The Postmodern Condition: A Report on Knowledge (1979), Jean-François Lyotard is of the opinion that contemporary society rejects grand, universal structures such as religion, genius, etc. in favor of local narratives and personal myths. This is a
“Time is the longest distance between two places.” Tennessee Williams, The Glass Menagerie
The fashion installation "Mind Immersion /
"My work is uncompromising and does not offer solutions, but I try to make transience visible in a certain state: this state presents itself to the viewer as a pure surface, I make it the content of my work." MASCH
A century-old painting, testified
Daniel Harms’ newest series Mirrors, evolves around the ghostly presence of a mirror and its contribution to the way we see ourselves. It indulges in the way the mirror becomes a personification of our deepest desires reflecting the endless dualism of what we see, the ways
Anaid Art Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of Alexandru Rădvan’s (born 1977) first solo show in Berlin “Torrid Geometry”, showcasing his most recent artworks. The exhibition featuring large paintings, drawings, collages and reliefs provides us an insight into the successive phases of Rădvan’s technical
Roland Barthes wrote in the 1970’s about Julia Kristeva that through her research “she changes the order of things” combining the new theories and approaches with tradition. Kristeva's writings reveal an interdisciplinary thinking that explores extensively the human mind. In 2004 when she won
In the exhibition “Daydreaming Heart” characters that represent a symbol in old fairy tales and legends such as wolf, dragon, eagle, polar bear, fish or cat, are re-interpreted through technical and mental collages that outline a world of strong feelings where you can no longer distinguish
"Step, of your own free will, beyond time, space and reality." FM (Florea Mihai)
“Free Will” features a project about the extended universe, about possible universes, and why not, about parallel universes that coexist. “Free Will” reveals multiple worlds