The exhibition Wanda Mihuleac: Contextualizations aims to retrace the artistic journey of one of the most inventive and dynamic figures of the Romanian artistic scene of the ’70s and ’80s.
Three thematic axes, which also function as semantic modules structure the exhibition. The wall, the mirror, and the writing are as many places of signification, which have been, over time, displaced, re-contextualized and re-played in various visual and situational strategies by Wanda Mihuleac, in an exceptional diversity of visual solutions.
The exhibition is a great opportunity for the re-visitation of the great monumental ensembles, of her series of ecological projects, of her conceptual interventions and also of her collaborations with Romanian writers, experimental music composers and choreographers in the ’70s and ’80s. The selection of works is supported by a consistent iconographic and documentary apparatus, which reconstitutes the international cultural and artistic context in which Wanda Mihuleac has worked since the early ’70s.
The exhibition Wanda Mihuleac: Contextualizations is coherent with MNAC Bucharest’s program of recuperating the experimental artistic discourses in the Romanian art in the ’70s and ’80s.
Magda Cârneci and Mica Gherghescu
|Exhibition||Wanda Mihuleac: Contextualizations|
|Place / venue||National Museum of Contemporary Art, Bucharest|
|Dates||23 November 2017 – 1 April 2018|
|Curated by||Magda Cârneci, Mica Gherghescu|
|Index||Magda Cârneci Mica Gherghescu National Museum of Contemporary Art in Bucharest Wanda Mihuleac|