Posts Tagged ‘Marta Jecu’

Announcement // Matei Bejenaru Artist Talk at the Romanian Cultural Institute Berlin


Article by Marta Jecu – in Berlin // Tuesday, Apr. 12, 2016.

Commenting on Romanian immigration back in 2014, Traian Basescu–president at the time–affirmed that it ‘helped’ the country by diminishing unemployment. The topic is no less ardent today, when, according to British statistics, Romanian immigration has reached its peak, while Romanian workers are payed 75% less than market…[read on…]

THE WEEK March 16 – 22

Tuesday, Mar. 17, 2015 °CLAIR GALLERY “On the Move” – GROUP SHOW Exhibition: Mar. 17 – May 16, 2015 The German Association of Automobile Industry, Behrenstrasse 35 (click here for map) Wednesday, Mar. 18, 2015 GALERIE THOMAS SCHULTE “The painting fallen, and the collapse of Rome” – DANILO DUEÑAS Exhibition: Mar. 19 – Apr. 25,… Read more »

Interview // Discreet Architecture: Lisbon’s Architecture Triennial PART1

Article by Marta Jecu – in Lisbon; Thursday, Oct. 31, 2013.

The recently opened 2013 Lisbon Architecture Triennial, Close, Closer, aims to question the borders of the discipline, open it toward immediate civic use and a reactive criticism and distill the comprehension of architecture into that of a vital spatial practice correlating to the quotidian. With its luxurious and deserted charm…[read on…]

Review // Discreet Architecture: Lisbon’s Architecture Triennial PART 2

Article by Marta Jecu – in Lisbon; Thursday, Oct. 31, 2013.

Detached from a literal understanding of architecture, the triennial “Close, Closer” slides between various framings of the “living experience”. These frames – a fiction of social forms of organization as retro-futuristic living nucleuses in the exhibition “Future Perfect”, the institution understood as a fluid and adaptable hub in “The Institute Effect” exhibition, and a re-enactment of past hypostases of Lisbon’s famous Marques de Pombal’s birth palace in “The Real and other Fictions” – are all set as an agenda to extract from architecture its agency. A set of talks, performances and events are meant to put these frameworks of “living” architecture into practice
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Plataforma Revolver at Transboavista- Open Call for Curators

Blog post by Marta Jecu – in Lisbon; Monday, Mar. 25, 2012.

Lisbon’s Transboavista is a multiple art project installed in the Palace Marquis of Sampaio, which dates back to 1712 (and was partially rebuilt in 1952). The three stories and attic edifice, founded and directed by the collector Vitor Pinto de Fonseca, …

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