Bigindicator

Aiurart Contemporary Art Space

Venue  |  Exhibitions
20130814072154-picior_1_foto_justin_baroncea
The Dream, April 24, 2013 © Justin Baroncea
20130814171727-dsc_1969
20130814171803-dsc_0108b
Aiurart Contemporary Art Space
Lirei 21
021422 Bucharest
Romania
Venue Type: Gallery
QUICK FACTS
Contact
Irina Radu
Open hours
Tuesday - Saturday, 15 to 19 h
Phone
0040723259544
Other phone
0040212117741
Fax
0040212117741
Cost
free
DESCRIPTION

Aiurart Contemporary Art Space

Since opening to the public in May of 2012, Aiurart has been a venue for contemporary art exhibitions, devoted to the diversity of contemporary forms of artistic expression from transdisciplinary productions and transversal art projects to paintings, sculpture, video art and installations.

Aiurart is a non-profit arts organization, an open space for curatorial projects and a contemporary art gallery, being run with the support of a consulting board. To date, Aiurart has staged more than forty exhibitions, including group exhibitions with international artists. This helped turn Aiurart into one of the most active contemporary art centers in Romania’s capital city, over the past three years.

In addition to the value of the art projects presented at Aiurart we aim a constant research focused on staging the curatorial discourse and innovations, on spatial narrative and on the role of the exhibition space as an immersive environment.

Aiurart brings forth the joy of contemporary aesthetics and the intimacy of a pre-war mansion, exquisitely refurbished with the help of the ‘Asdesign 95’ team – a piece of restoration work nominated at the 2013 Bucharest Architecture Annual. Thus, Aiurart brings a telling contribution to the existing urban space restoration work whilst revitalizing the surrounding area through its cultural programmes.

 

Inside Cărtureşti Carusel bookstore located in the historic center of Bucharest, on Lipscani Street no. 55, a contemporary art gallery was opened recently. The exhibition program proposed by Aiurart includes retrospective curatorial selections, suitable for the location in this agora and relevant for the recent art history.

ArtSlant has shutdown. The website is currently running in a view-only mode to allow archiving of the content.

The website will be permanently closed shortly, so please retrieve any content you wish to save.