ARTS & LEISURE

Ambassador Lauk opened exhibition “Flier’s Garden – George Stefanescu-Ramnic (1914–2007)”

Yesterday, at the “Dimitrie Gusti” National Village Museum, German Ambassador Werner Hans Lauk opened, besides curator Aurelia Mocanu, the exhibition “Flier’s Garden – George Stefanescu-Ramnic (1914–2007)”. The exhibition is opened for visitors until December 15, 2014.
This year, art lovers celebrate 100 years since the birth of Romanian painter George Stefanescu – Ramnic, who chose to leave Romania in 1989, spending the last eighteen years of his life in Germany.
The exhibition “Flier’s Garden – George Stefanescu-Ramnic (1914–2007)” us one of the events organized by the Pictor George Stefanescu Foundation (www.georgestefanescu.ro) celebrating the anniversary of the artist’s birth.
On November 13, 2014, at 4:00 PM, at the “Dimitrie Gusti” National Village Museum (28 Kiseleff Street), The Critics Department of the Visual Artists Union in Romania will award the “Vasile Dragut” Prize destined to young curators.
On November 19, 2014, at 4:00 PM, the museum will host the event “The Nostalgia of the Workshop”, by art historian Ruxandra Dreptu.
The celebration of the great painter started on October 28, 2014 at the National Bank of Romania, with a public presentation of the monographic album of paintings, drawings and scenery “The Discrete Beauty: George Stefanescu”.

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