Black Objects

Venue: Anaid Art Gallery; Address: 403 Calea Grivitei

Running through December 19

The artist Zsolt Berszan is concerned, in his artistic projects, with developing grand-scale installations, resulting from the encounter between science and technology. The “Black Objects” series relies on the use of last generation materials in the conception and make-up of the work of art, which leads to an interrogation, both on the world we’re living in, as well as on the way in which these common, banal elements may come to express an idea, a project, an artistic concept.

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