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Silvia Trăistaru

b. Bucharest, Romania, 1979
Based in Bucharest, Romania

Exhibitions:

Solo (Selection)
  • 2011 - The Last Communists’ Convention, Atelier 35, Bucharest, Romania (National)
  • 2005 - Without title, Bucharest Financial Plazza, Bucharest, Romania (National)
  • 2002 - Ministry of Internal Affairs Gallery, Bucharest, om (National)
Group (Selection)
  • 2012 - Doina, Platforma Space, National Museum of Art Collections Anexa, Bucharest, Romania (National)
  • 2012 - Body World II, Victoria Art Center, Bucharest, Romania (National)
  • 2011 - SillenceKILLS -discrimination/ro/files/2011 – ArtYourself Gallery, Bucharest, Romania (National)
  • 2011 - New Figurative, Victoria Art Center, Bucharest, Romania (National)
  • 2011 - How Was It Possible?, ArtYourself Gallery, Bucharest, Romania (National)
  • 2011 - John Baldessari: Your Name in Lights, The Holland Festival and The Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, the Netherlands (International)
  • 2011 - The White Night of the Galleries, Panterei Art Space, Bucharest, Romania (National)
  • 2010 - Nord Art – Kunst in der Carlshutte, Germany (International)
  • 2009 - Mobilehome – Exhibition, Lagar das Portas do Ceu, Loulé, Portugal (International)
  • 2009 - Incotro 08 – Romanian Visual Survey, online project by Tudor Prisacariu, made possible with the support of the Ratiu Family Foundation (National)
  • 2008 - How do we look, online project, Florean Museum, Baia Mare, Romania (National)
  • 2007 - “Harlequins, masks and other medieval figures”, cultural event, as part of the project “Sibiu, European Capital of Culture 2007”, Sibiu, Romania (National)
  • 2006, 2007 - Comedy Theatre (organized by the ArtaeArte Foundation), Bucharest, Romania (National)
  • 2005 - Ion Dacian Theatre (organized by the ArtaeArte Foundation), Bucharest, Romania (National)
  • 2004 - The Ferarri Show, Mythos Italy, happening, Bucharest, Romania (International)
  • 2004 - Haus am Dom, Mainz, Germany (International)
  • 2003, 2007, 2008 - Sutu Palace, Bucharest, Romania (National)
  • 2003 - International Exhibition of Byzantine Icons, Belgrade, Serbia (International)
  • 2003 - Sala ArCub, Bucharest, Romania (National)
  • 2002 - Etaj 3/4 Gallery, Bucharest, Romania (National)
  • 2002 - Ministry of Internal Affairs Gallery, Bucharest, Romania (National)
  • 2002 - House of the Parliament, Bucharest, Romania (National)
  • 2001 - International Exhibition of Naive Art Work, Etaj 3/4 Gallery, Bucharest, Romania (National)
  • 1998 - Itinerant icons exhibition, Italy, Greece, Switzerland (International)
  • 1997 - Academia di Romania, Rome, Italy (National)
  • 1997 - House of Romanian Radio Society, Bucharest, Romania (National)
  • 1996, 1997, 2001, 2002 - House of the Parliament, Brancusi Hall Gallery, Bucharest, Romania (National)

Additional infos:

Silvia Trăistaru lives and works in Bucharest as a visual artist and independent art restorer. Most of her artistic pursuits fall under photography and video, but a special side of her work remains in drawing and painting. An important theme which she often uses is the portrait that underlines the realities of post-communist Romania. Cultural, political, social and economical pretexts are central to her work, unveiling the missing pieces of the system that she is part of. Using a visual approach which concentrates on the individual and his identity, through both personal and collective history, her works allow the viewer to analyze the role of social memory in Romania's daily life.

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