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The National Museum of Art of Romania
 Exhibition "A Century of Bessarabian Painting: One hundred works from the collection of the National Art Museum of Moldova in Chișinău.”

Exhibition "A Century of Bessarabian Painting: One hundred works from the collection of the National Art Museum of Moldova in Chișinău.”

From 27 March 2024 15:00 until 30 June 2024 19:06
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The National Museum of Art of Romania and the National Art Museum of Moldova in Chișinău (MNAM) invite you to the opening of the exhibition "A Century of Bessarabian Painting: One hundred works from the MNAM collection," which will take place on Wednesday, March 27, 2024, at 15:00, on the occasion of the anniversary of the Union of Bessarabia with Romania (March 27, 1918), at the ground floor of the National Gallery (49-53 Calea Victoriei). The event is organized in partnership with the Romanian Cultural Institute. The curator is Tudor Stavilă, a historian and art critic from the Republic of Moldova.

"The National Art Museum of Moldova in Chișinău presents to the public in Bucharest an exhibition of Bessarabian painting, arguably the most significant organized in Bucharest in the last century. Spanning over a hundred years, while also avoiding works with ideologically specific themes of the Soviet era, the selection of works provides an insight into the main characteristics and aesthetic tendencies of Bessarabian painting. The exhibition attests to the consolidation of a common cultural identity, contributing to the full integration of creators from the Republic of Moldova into Romanian art," stated Tudor Zbârnea, General Director of the National Art Museum of Moldova in Chișinău.

"The National Museum of Art of Romania grows a privileged relationship with the National Art Museum of Moldova, and this exhibition is part of a series of projects developed together in recent years. Unlike previous exhibitions which had a monographic character, this is the first synthesis exhibition aimed at making Moldovan painting visible in Romania as a whole, from the end of the 19th century to the present. We hope it will be, at the same time, an event resonating in the cultural life on both sides of the Prut River, giving impetus to bilateral collaborations in the field of arts," stated Călin-Alexiu Stegerean, General Director of the National Museum of Art of Romania.

Paintings signed by the founders of the Bessarabian School of Fine Arts, Vladimir Ocușco, Pavel Piscarev, Lidia Arionescu-Baillayre, Alexandru Plamădeală, Eugenia Malișevschi, Auguste Baillayre, Șneer Kogan, Nicolae Coleadici, Pavel Șillingovschi, Boris Nesvedov, Dimitrie Sevastianov, Moisei Gamburd, Gheorghe Iuster, Antoine Irisse, and by masters Mihai Grecu, Valentina Rusu-Ciobanu, Igor Vieru, Eleonora Romanescu, Elena Bontea, Sergiu Cuciuc, Dimitrie Peicev, Glebus Sainciuc, Rostislav Ocugco, Olga Orlova, Mihai Petric, Aurel David, Anatol Grigoraș, Gheorghe Jancov, Ion Jumati, Damian Iancu, Ana Baranovici, Eleonora Romanescu, Ada Zevin, Dumitru Peicev, Boris Kolomeeț, Iurie

Șibaev, Vilhelmina Zazerscaia, Ludmila Țoncev, Ghenadie Tâciuc, Andrei Sârbu, Sergiu Ciuciuc, Mihai Jomir, Sergiu Galben, Inesa Țîpin, Aurelia Roman, Mihail Miereanu, Petru Jireghea, Andrei Mudrea are accompanied by those of contemporary artists: Andrei Sârbu, Inesa Țâpin, Mihai Țăruș, Tudor Zbârnea, Vladimir Palamarciuc, Ilie Cojocaru, Ghenadie Jalbă, Simion Zamșa, Vasile Moșanu, Veaceslav Fisticanu, Iurie Platon, Florina Breazu, Alexei Novikov, Igor Vieru, Varvara Sadovskaia, Elena Bontea, Valentina Bahcevan, Ivan Kavtea, Dimitrie Nicolaev, Maia Cheptănaru-Serbinova, Gheorghe Șoitu, Igor Isac, Mihail Statnâi, Vasile Moșanu, Fioghen Calistru, Nadeja Pronin, Dumitru Bolboceanu, Anatol Rurac, Maria Mardare, Vasile Dohotaru, Ilie Cojocaru, Victor Guțu, Ghenadie Popescu, Anatol Danilișin, Igor Svernei, Ion Chișcă, Timotei Bătrânu, Mihail Bunea, Gheorghe Oprea, Florina Breazu.

The one hundred works represent an overview of the painting school from the current territory of the Republic of Moldova from the period 1896 - 2021, during which numerous changes occurred both politically and culturally. On the display shelves, there are a series of works classified in the Treasure of the National Cultural Heritage and other valuable creations by artists who managed to introduce reformative visions into the artistic environment regarding the phenomenon of painting, primarily promoting the Western model oriented towards innovative aesthetic tendencies.

The exhibition "A Century of Bessarabian Painting: One Hundred Works from the MNAM Collection" can be visited on the ground floor of the National Gallery until June 30, 2024.

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