This event is kindly supported by Dezentrale Kulturarbeit Berlin-Treptow.
Part of Ion Grigorescu’s printed works presented at KAMERA SERIES N° 3 has been produced by Minimum Studio, project space in Palermo that hosted the performative installation Ion Grigorescu, From static oblivion curated by Giuliana Prucca in the framework of Manifesta 12, from 13 September to 7 October, 2018.
Special thanks to Marian Ivan, owner of Ivan Gallery, Bucharest, Maria Betegon, Gregor Podnar’s co-director, Berlin and independent curator Mihaela Chiriac.
Plimbare la Roşia / A walk to Roşia, 1972
8mm film, b/w, silent, 3’30”
Trap, trap de potcoave / Trap, Trap of Horseshoes, 1975
8mm film, b/w, silent, 2:34 min
Masculin-Feminin / Male and Female, 1976
16 mm film, b/w, silent, 12:50 min
Mimică / Mimicry, 1976
8 mm film, b/w, silent, 1:08 min
8mm film, b/w and color, silent, 6:58 min
8mm film, b/w and color, silent, 4:52 min
Balta Alba, 1979
8mm film, b/w and color, silent, 7:56 min
Around the table, 2015
video, color, sound, 2:35 min
Ion Grigorescu is a central figure of conceptual and performative art in east Europe since the early 70s. He has been working on issues of sexuality, body and politics from both a communistic and capitalist point of view, based on historical changes. He is the author of photographic series, drawings, paintings and collages, as well performances recorded on film, which concentrate on ritualized actions around his body and go beyond art, leading into a private and personal life.
AVARIE and Labor Neunzehn.
Magister by Aldo Novarese, 1966.
by Archivio Tipografico, Turin.