We are delighted to invite you on Thursday March 28 starting 7 pm to the opening of the exhibition "Variable Identities", Sandor Bartha’s second solo-show at Ivan Gallery. The artistic practice
We are delighted to invite you on Thursday March 28 starting 7 pm to the opening of the exhibition “Variable Identities”, Sandor Bartha’s second solo-show at Ivan Gallery.
The artistic practice of Sandor Bartha (b. 1962, Odorheiu-Secuiesc, Romania) conveys personal messages with a political, ironical twist on the current state of things on a national or international level, through playful, clever and skilful strategies. His works combine different media, such as drawing, painting, installation or photography, more than often integrating common, insignificant or recycled materials, scraps and objects. His projects have been shown in the Prague Biennial (2003), in the Romanian Pavilion at The Venice Biennale (2001) and in exhibitions at the Ludwig Museum (Budapest, 2003), Kulturkontakt (Vienna, 1997 with an adjacent artistic residency program). In 2006 he was granted a residency in Hamburg by the Hamburg Kulturbehörde and in 2002 he received a grant from the ECF (European Cultural Foundation) inside the ID (Intercultural Dialogue) residency-program Kassel. He teaches at the Faculty of Arts of the University in Oradea, Romania. He lives and works in Budapest, Hungary.
The exhibition can be visited until 11 May 2019, Wednesday to Saturday, 12-18, or by appointment outside the visiting hours.
Courtesy of Ivan Gallery
March 28 (Thursday) - May 11 (Saturday)
Dr. Dimitrie Grecescu 13 050598, Bucharest