Constantin Brancusi Hall from the Parliament House hosts begining with September 13, the third exhibition of young artist, Ana Stefania Andronic, titled “Attitudes”.
After “Candy Colours” in 2010 and “2 in 1”, in March this year, she comes in front of the arts lovers with her latest collection of paintings grouped under the title “Attitudes.
The opening speech was held by the well known journalist and cartoonist Octavian Andronicus, followed by Marius Tita, art critic and the politician Adrian Nastase, to whom we owe the transformation of Constantin Brancusi Hall of Parliament House into an exhibition space.
Ana Stefania Andronic (Buzu) graduated from the School of Arts “Nicolae Tonitza”, after which she attended the National University of Arts in Bucharest (class of Professor Mircea Dumitrescu) . She was recently awarded the Prize (Best In Show) at the marine painting Salon “Dimitrie Stiubei”, event in which the artist has been awarded before. The work for which she won the prize is called “Sea Monkey” and can be seen in this exhibition. The exhibition will be open until September 30th.
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Producer Ema Nicola.