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‘The issue features artists' portraits and portfolios, local and international exhibition reviews, book reviews, as well as two important files about performance in Eastern Europe (coordinated by Ileana Pintilie) and Timişoara Art Encounters (coordinated by Sorina Jecza).
The folder about performance in Eastern Europe features texts by Ileana Pintilie, Amy Bryzgel, Yuri Leiderman, Sabine Hansgen, Catherine Millet, Katarzyna Cytlak, Andrej Mircev, Klara Kemp-Welch, Laszlo Beke, Adrian Guţă, Miklos Szilard, Iulia Popovici, Maria Orosan-Telea, Marina Oprea, h.arta, Simona Dumitriu, Corina Gabriela Duma, Cosmin Paulescu, Irinel Anghel, Nastasia Louveau, Tomas Glanc, Sylvia Sasse, and Kata Krasznahorkai.
Timişoara Art Encounters is discussed by Daria Ghiu, Ruxandra Demetrescu, Sorina Jecza, Rainald Schumacher, Dan Perjovschi, Ovidiu Şandor, Nathalie Hoyos, Ramona Novicov, Ioan Vultur, Robert Şerban, Maria Orosan-Telea, Sandra Demetrescu, Magda Radu, Ileana Pintilie, Cătălin Gheorghe, Horea Avram, Cătălin Lazurca, Adrian Bojenoiu, Vlad Comşa, Marius Cornea, and Ioana Mandeal.
In this issue you can also read:
– Artists' portfolios
Henry Mavrodin, Ghenadie Popescu, Andor Komives, Petru Lucaci, William N. Copley seen by Moni Stănilă, Ioana Gruiţă-Savu, Timea Andrea Lelik, or by themselves
– Exhibitions in Romania
Reviews by Edith Lazar, Igor Mocanu, Irene Kanyadi, and Valentina Iancu.
– Internațional exhibitions
Ada Muntean discusses Carsten Holler's solo show at Hayward Gallery, Charles Merewether analyzes the project South by Southeast from Osage Art Foundation, whilst Corina L. Apostol and Coriolan Babeţi give two different perspectives on the vision MoMA proposes about art in Eastern Europe and Latin America. Other reviews by Denise Parizek, Eleonora Farina, and Lucia Popa.
The issue also features interviews with Marilena Preda Sânc and Domenico de Chirico by Liviana Dan, respectively Bogdan Teodorescu; an essay by Gabriela Nicolescu about new contemporary art museums, based on the case of the National Peasant Museum; as well as a series of reviews and discussions of the latest publications in the magazine's new column Info Art Publishing.’