GĂLUȘCĂ, Paraschiva




Telephone:

0723.329.068
 

Gallery Address:

Atelier: Calea Griviței nr. 39, București
 

Email:

catigalusca@yahoo.com
 




CRITICAL REVIEW


        Formal non-figurative repertoire. Austere vision related to the Romanian art of the 1970s and its traditionalist-modernist avatars.

Corina Teacă
 


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    BIOGRAPHY


    (Iaşi, 1957)

    Academic studies:
    1979 - 1983 - University of Arts "George Enescu", Faculty of Music and Visual Arts, Sculpture Department, with professor Dan Covătaru, Iași, Romania;
    2008 - 2011 - PhD in Visual and Decorative Arts at the National University of Fine Arts, Bucharest, Romania.

    Professional activity:
    1983 - 2011 - Teacher (since 1996 a first grade teacher);
                        - Member in the Commission for the European integration and educational projects;
                        - Organizer of curricular and extra-curricular exhibitions and contests of fine arts;
    2012 - Professor Dr. in Visual and Decorative Arts.

    Member of The Romanian Fine Arts Union
     


    PROJECTS


    Solo exhibitions:
    1985 - Iaşi, Romania;
    1986 - Suceava, Romania;
    1992, 1994 - France;
    1994 - Ploieşti, Romania;
    2003 - "House of Art" Gallery, Bucharest, Romania;
    2005 - "Galateea" Gallery, Bucharest, Romania.

    Group exhibitions*:
    1983,1984, 1985, 1986 - Iași, Romania;
    1985, 1986 - Suceava, Romania;
    1987 - 1997 - County Exhibition, Ploiești, Romania;
    1987 - 2011 - Small Sculpture Salon, "Orizont" Gallery, "Apollo" Gallery, "Artis" Gallery, "House of Art" Gallery, Bucharest, Romania;
    1988 - Contemporary Art Salon, Galați and Baia Mare, Romania;
             - International Salon of Arts, Reșița, Caraș-Severin, Romania;
    1988,1998, 2003 - Small Sculpture Salon, Bucharest, Romania;
    1988, 2007 - Small Sculpture and Drawing Salon, Arad, Romania;
    1989, 1990, 1992, 1993 - Art Gallery of the National Theatre, 3/4 Floor, Bucharest, Romania;
    1997 - Exhibition Dante in Romania, itinerant exhibition, "Apollo" Gallery, Bucharest (Romania), Ravenna and Rome (Italy);
    1997 - 2011 - Sculptors’ drawings, "Simeza" Gallery, "Orizont" Gallery, The National Museum of Romanian Literature, Artis, "House of Art" Gallery, "Apollo" Gallery, Bucharest, Romania;
    1998 - "Ion Andreescu” Biennale Salon, Buzău, Romania;
             - Dalles Hall, Bucharest, Romania;
    1998 - 2003 - "Eforie" Gallery, Faculty of Architecture, Bucharest, Romania;
    2001 - Romanian Contemporary Art Salon, Palace of the Parliament, Bucharest, Romania;
             - National Art Salon, Romexpo Pavilion, Bucharest, Romania;
    2002 - Hanul cu Tei Gallery, Bucharest, Romania;
    2007 - Small Sculpture National Salon, Visual Art Museum, Galați, Romania;
    2010 - ZARVA - Days of Romanian art in Vaals, The Netherlands;
    2011 - Municipal Salon, "Simeza" Gallery, Bucharest, Romania;
    2012 - Contemporary sculpture, sculpture exhibition organised by the "Ion Ionescu Quintus" County Museum of Art with artworks from the museum collection; participant artists: Nicolae Kruch, Ecaterina Tudorache, Justin Bratu, George Dumitru, Emil Mereanu, Constantin Ionescu, Octavian Ilica, Alice Neculea, Mihail Manta, Anton Eberwein, Ştefan Macovei, Doru Stoica, Virgil Potîrcă, Eugen Petri.

    Sculpture Symposiums:
    1987, 1993, 1994 - Doftana Valley, Prahova, Romania;
    1997 - Făgăraş, Brașov, Romania;
             - Republic of Moldova;
    2002, 2003 - Madonna di Campiglio, Italy;
    2005 - Ossana, Italy;
    2008 - Plopeni, Prahova, Romania;
    2012 - Balcic, Bulgaria;
    2013 - Asprovalta, Salonic, Greece.

    Monumental Sculpture:
     - Botanic Garden, Iași, Romania;
     - Park from Gura Humorului, Romania;
     - Madonna di Campiglio, Trento, Italy;
     - Ossana, Trento, Italy.

    Prizes and Awards:
    1993 - 3d Prize for the Emblem of Prahova County.

    * Group exhibitions: 1998 - Athens, Greece; 1999, 2002 - Ravenna and Rome, Italy; 2012 - Ruse, Bulgaria.
     


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