Despre Cluj şi artiştii lui în „The New York Times Style Magazine”

Posted on noiembrie 14, 2013

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A Medieval Romanian City With Major Art Talent

„In the last decade, Cluj-Napoca, better known as Cluj, an Eastern European university town of about 325,000 permanent residents, has become an unexpected art world hothouse, its homegrown talent pool earning rapturous praise on the international stage.”

17arena-cluj-slide-YDY2-jumboA new painting by Serban Savu, whose work has been compared to Edward Hopper’s, entitled “Unité d’habitation,” in his studio. Frank Herfort

17arena-cluj-slide-Q6ZM-tmagArticleFrank Herfort. Cluj’s most well-known gallery, Plan B, is overseen by the curator Mihai Pop (in coat), pictured with the artists Ciprian Muresan, Cristian Rusu and Savu.

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