On the 29th of May, Mihai Zgondoiu held an artist talk under the title “Expose Practice”, a parallel event of Bucharest Biennale 6.
Expose Practice is a weekly series of talks in Pavilion – center for contemporary art & culture by the artists which are participants in Bucharest Biennale 6 and present in Bucharest. The talks invite the speakers to discuss their practice, research methodologies and thinking in an informal setting.
The series is generated by the curator of Bucharest Biennale 6, Gergő Horváth.
Mihai Zgondoiu is a Romanian visual artist born in 1982 in Medias, Sibiu. Exploring many areas of the visual arts such as drawing, collage, photography, video-installation, performance and urban art, he participated in numerous group and solo exhibitions in Romania and abroad. His most recent exhibitions and personal projects are: The Artist’s Golden Hand / FivePlus Gallery in Wien & Aiurart Gallery in Bucharest; BreakBody / Museum of Arts in Timișoara; Lenin’s Sleep / Free Press Square in Bucharest; The Red Line / The National Center of Dance in Bucharest; The Red Carpet / The Yard of the Schlooss Museum in Linz, Austria; Freedom as Visual Pattern / Hampden Gallery – Incubator Art Space, Amherst, Massachusetts USA; Me Matrix / Calina Gallery in Timișoara; Me / Contemporary Art Gallery of the Brukenthal National Museum in Sibiu. Since 2009 he has created a contemporary art space in Bucharest – ATELIER 030202 – and coordinated various visual projects as a curator, and since December 2012 has been the co-curator of the geamMAT Gallery of the Art Museum in Timișoara. Member of UAP, he graduated from the University of Art and Design in Timisoara, has a master degree in graphics design, and is enrolled in the doctoral program of the National University of Arts Bucharest.
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