Stefania at the Parallax art and design fair in London

On October 21 and 22, 2017, Stefania attended the Parallax art and design fair, held in London twice a year.
More than 200 artists - painters, sculptors, photographers and jewellery designers - from 40 countries were present at this fair where not less than 7,000 products were exhibited.

The 20th Parallax Art Fair was held at Chelsea Town Hall in London (King's Road) and the main media partner of the event is the BBC. For more information, visit Parallax Art Fair 2017.

Stefania Nistoreanu exhibits for the first time in Austria

The painter Stefania Nistoreanu, who has remarked in recent years in Romanian art through his unusual works, exhibits for the first time in Austria during an event that takes place today at the Openair Gallery near Vienna.

Stefania is the only artist of Romanian origin invited to present her work at this exhibition, which takes place between 11th and 12th June, in the Austrian town of Bad-Fischau Brunn, 50 km from Vienna. At the same time, the painter takes part in an art workshop that precedes the opening, which takes place on June 6-10.

Stefania Nistoreanu about the opening of her exhibition

Quantic: "It was a manifesto for freedom and courage to dream"

Local celebrities, musicians, actors, journalists and those who simply love arts have participated at the Quantic exhibition, signed by Stefania Nistoreanu, which took place on on the 18th of May at Brukenthal Palace in Avrig.

Personal exhibition Stefania Nistoreanu at the Brukenthal Palace Avrig

This weekend, Stefania Nistoreanu will present to the audience some of her most successful works at the exhibition called "Quantic", whose opening will take place on Saturday, May 18, at Brukenthal Palace in Avrig, Sibiu County.

Approximately 25 of the painter's works will be exhibited for the first time in a place full of history and beauty: the old and romantic summer residence of baron Samuel von Brukenthal, located near Sibiu.

The exhibition "Art and Spirituality in the Transylvanian Space" reached Szeged

On April 29, at 18.00, in the salons of the Seghedin Branch of the Romanian Cultural Institute in Budapest, the exhibition "Art and Spirituality in the Transylvanian Space" took place.

During the exhibition, which was the curator of Ovidiu Carpuşor, general manager of the "Transilvania" Art Gallery in Brasov, a total of 50 important contemporary artists from Romania and the Republic of Moldova, the disciples of the big cities masters of national painting, such as Alexandru Ciucurencu, Corneliu Baba, Eugen Lungu, Constantin Baraschi, George Apostu.