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November 2013
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Romanian Scenes at Espace Culturel Louis Vuitton-Paris.

Romanian Scenes at Espace Culturel Louis Vuitton-Paris © Geta Bratescu, The Travelers/© Bogdan Vladuta, Black city

Bringing together leading Bucharest postwar artists

and emerging figures of the younger generation of Cluj, the Espace Culturel Louis Vuitton

continues to explore the contemporary art scene of a foreign country since its opening in 2006. Through images as a symbol of resistance to oppression of the dictatorship of yesterday, drawings, stories, photos or dreamlike works, hyper-realistic, or abstract landscapes, contemporary scenes of everyday life in the Romanian with apparent banality, artists like Geta Bratescu, a major figure of Romanian art or Serban Savu from the new generation, confirm the existence of a pool inhabited by a real creative force, noticed in Berlin, London and New York.
Until 12 January 2014. 60 rue Bassano 75008 Paris. www.louisvuitton.com/espaceculturel

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