One of the members of the youngest generation of sculptors is Camil Păcurar, an artist attracted by the minimalist form, with meanings contained in dayliness. The geometrism of filled constructions, with firm lines and angles, is vexed by those details that invoke/raise inconsistency, a form’s trickle on the surface of a solid base composition. The primary geometric forms made of bronze or of a mixture of bronze and granite represent his non-figurative works series. Surprisingly, to those it attaches a comprehensible motif, emerged from the prosaic/earthbound universe and to which were given new meanings throughout artistic intervention.
Camil Păcurar is not, however, foreign to the figurative approach of certain characters or anatomical elements over which it clearly lingers a blatant irony. The sculptor experiments with combinations of materials in order to obtain astonishing textures and visual effects.
Luiza Barcan (2014)