"The Need for Belonging?" exhibition by Anca Stefanescu, 2020
The Romanian Cultural Institute in London is delighted to open the 2020 visual arts programme in its Brâncuși Gallery with "The Need for Belonging?" exhibition by Oxford-based Anca Stefanescu.
Born in 1974, Anca Stefanescu began studying painting at the age of 12. Since then arts has always been her passion, and in 1999 she graduated with Master of Fine Arts degree, majoring in painting, the National University of Arts Bucharest. She made a detour as a DI Colorist and Graphic Designer, working for major production and post-production companies in Romania.
Always in search for new aesthetically ways of expressing joy and love Anca Stefanescu's works reflect her intention and devotion to capturing the refined beauty of biological and geological forms and the pulsation of our true nature while revealing the essence of consciousness.
The artist brings a great mastery of colour theory, outstanding sense of rhythm and compositional elements. At the same time, each painting reflects in a sophisticated yet sensitive and creative way a unique individual expression of oneness.
Amsterdam Whitney Gallery New York, 2020
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Owner, Executive Director-Curator, Ruthie Tucker, M.A., reflects 46 years of consummate art world experience and highest academic expertise, including executive positions at the Guggenheim Museum, Phillips International Auction House, elite Madison Avenue Galleries and years as a pre-eminent New York Art Dealer.