[EN] STRATA|B is a story of a fragment of Bucharest, a time-frame and digital spaces. Back in 2014 there was a time when interactions between people and the walls of buildings in a part of the old city center were meticulously recorded. I visited these walls, or what was left of them, on a regular
[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] Together with the community we celebrated 50 years of Dacia, the automobile. We proudly organized a participatory exhibition of Dacia colours and photographs of Dacia cars received from Romanian photographers, a presentation of Dacias – a classic car collection and a historical archive of documents related to the Romanian car. August 2019: The car(s)
[EN] Together with the community we organized three events aiming to promote the historical Romanian automobile and our research and visual documentation. February 2018 „Dacia, my darling” Our team presented the visual project while members of the community and of Retromobil, Dacia Classic shared with us their personal stories and experiences with Dacia- the Automobile.
We would like to make one thing clear from the very beginning: this is not a preface, as well as Dacia is not a mere “thing” either. Dacia is a car that people have been interacting with in different ways. In short, our discussions with the people in the “Dacia – autoturismul copilăriei” community, as
[EN] The 4th edition of Bucharest Photo Week, one of the most important photography festivals in the capital, begins on September 11th. This year’s events will take place until September 17, in several Bucharest districts, being mostly dedicated to street and document photography as well. In addition to exhibitions and workshops, Bucharest Photo Week also