Left: Lucia Tká?ová & Anetta Mona Chisa, 2010.
Photo by A.M. Chisa.
Right: Ion Grigorescu „Selfportrait as Tuthankamon”, 1975 Photo by I. Grigorescu.
Courtesy JGM Gallery Paris & the Van Sluijs collection Amsterdam.
Romanian Pavilion at the 54th Venice Biennale
After twenty years of contradictory transition toward democracy, in the Eastern European contemporary art, the moralizing neoliberal paradigm has generated a counter-paradigm that aims to accommodate the structural discontinuity of the East, questioning the very legitimacy of the project of modernity with renewed understanding and a heightened degree of responsibility.
// From our friends at E-Flux