Thursday, 07th December 2017, starting with 6 PM, IAGA Contemporary Art Gallery opens to the public the exhibition #808080 sign by the artist Liviu Bulea and curated by Olimpia Georgeta Bera.
Exhibition #808080 appears in the form of conglomerates designed in two-dimensional shapes that are variable in size, some in series, others singular in the project. Each piece is part of a vision of the assembly and composition of identifiable elements in industrial processes. Some of them are inspired by the pictorial we usually overlook and that are accidentally transposed into daily reality by joining and overlapping the various material structures. Others are exercises of placement of minimalist compositions of objects and textures, or of incisions and graphic demarcations transposed on the surfaces of monolithic objects. Liviu Bulea's exhibition project takes over the title embedded in the digital language of gray, which contains in equal proportions the colours red, green and blue. In a structural balance that places it in the area of the so-called "anonymous" from the chromatic point of view, this gray is variable only according to its open-close tones and the specific attributes of the form that it describes. Inspired by gray uniformity, # 808080 is a project devoted to non-chromatic variables from ambient environments, but also to the insertion of the artificial, seen both as a resource and as a residual element in support of vital mechanisms. (Olimpia Bera-curator)
IAGA Contemporary Art Gallery reveals once again its main objective, that of being a vivid cultural ground in the search of a possible cultural exchange and an international dialog. Born from the desire of a real contribution in the cultural development of a generation, the gallery chooses to create not just an exhibition but a moment of ponder towards the meaning of promoting and collecting contemporary art.
The exhibition is open for the public between 07th of December 2017 and 13th of January 2018, in the spaces of IAGA Contemporary Art Gallery.
In 13th of January 2018 will take place the Finissage of the exhibition #808080