ARTS & LEISURE

Paintings by Mircea Novac at Cotroceni National Museum

An impressive exhibition of paintings signed by Mircea Novac will be opened Thursday evening at the National Museum of Cotroceni.

Entitled “Landmarks,”the exhibition will be organized by the hosting institution and by the Presidential Administration, and intends to outline the value of the works realized by one of the most powerful painters of his generation (that of the 80s, editor’s note), who had the opportunity to work in Western Europe for more than a decade, to exhibit his works there and to have direct connection with a highly dynamic and creative art. The creation of the painter Mircea Novac included several stages, such as Post-Byzantinism, Neo-Expressionism and Hyper-Realism, before being influenced by a nuanced Postmodern Realism. The artist believes in the traditional resources of the natural and cultural landscapes, of still lives or of the encounters of the portrait and similar genres.

Referring to the paintings by Mircea Novac, art critic Pavel Susara declared that “his works are so accurate, that they suddenly become mysterious”as the artistic personality of the painter is well-defined and highly original in the field of Romanian visual arts.

The exhibition will be opened during April 9 – 30.

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