(EN) The project DIALOG includes multiple events that, regardless of their form (performing arts, photography, cultural circuits and so on), will share the same thing – promoting the cultural identity of communities and diversifying the cultural offer. The project involves 4 partners, including a Norwegian partner. In the case of theater, dance and contemporary performance,
[EN] The decision of the Romanian authorities to close the markets during the second pandemic lockdown, made us wonder what would happen to the florists and to the flowers in the markets, and what would be the fate of plants and flowers in these unfortunate times when not only people suffer, but also animals and,
[EN] Nowadays collectors and Craiova, the city of the past Where would a photograph travel in time and what kind of place would it find to settle down, sometimes just only for a while? If fortunate enough, a photograph might become part of a collection or of an archive. If persistent, a photograph might enter
“I live in the northern area of Bucharest. Every day on my way to work I used to pass by a public transport ticket booth. Among the middle-aged vendors, I saw a young man working there, focused on his job, very quiet and seemingly out of place. During breaks between serving clients he was usually
[EN] Bucuresci/19 – București/20: The private lives of the city. The exhibition aims to introduce the visitor into the private lives of Bucharest, a city photographed, as Franz Duschek used to publicize –”at any time, on a shiny day or on a cloudy one”. The photographs display glimpses of lives lived by the city and its
[RO] În anul 2009, în urma unui teren fotografic desfășurat în centrul Băniei, Dorian Delureanu a vernisat la Palatul Jean Mihail, prima expoziție de fotografie din seria “Misterele Craiovei”. Subiectul expoziției, aparent la îndemâna oricărui vizitator al orașului, dispus să inspecteze limitele proprietăților, a constat în identificarea și fotografierea unor elemente de feronerie istorică, paznici
[EN] Analogic192021 is a long-term project dedicated to the research, digitization and promotion of analogic photography, Romanian photographic archives and collections, developed in partnership with associations and cultural institutions. The project started in 2017 with a Cocktail of centuries, event organized during Bucharest Photo Week Festival, in partnership with Paul Aioanei, Studio Ambrotipescu, and Cezar
The materials in this collection consist of black-and-white photographic prints, related documents and a photographic album created by ”Foto Omnia Craiova” Studio. The photographs were made in the 1940s and show industrial buildings façades, stations, equipment and machineries, workshops, people at work as snapped during an official visit paid to the headquarters by public officials.