Winners

  • Ștefan Radu Crețu – „Soft Talk”

  • Bianca Drimbău, Nicolae Drimbău – „Reflect”

  • Arantxa Etcheverria – „Arhitecturi”

  • Minitremu: Diana Grigorescu, Medeea Henț, Laura Borotea, Gabriel Boldiș – „Lighthouses”

  • Ionel Pascu – „Bolta”

  • Iarina Tava, Ana Porim – „Golden Ticket”

SPECIAL MENTIONS:

  • Julien Britnic – „Abstract Carving”
  • Mihai Iepure – Gorski – „The Fall Of Carl Andre”
  • Florian Ionescu – „Forma Luminii”
  • Daniel Pop – „Tranzacție Dantelată”

*in alphabetical order

Submissions Deadline

Winners Announcement

Exhibition Opening

Theme

We encourage artists to draw inspiration from the breathtaking surroundings of Teleki Castle and park.

 

Prizes

The allocated budget for each winning installation is up to 3,000 for artists/artistic teams. This amount includes all applicable expenses that the artist may incur while creating and showcasing the artwork on site.

 

Winners

The selection criteria taken into consideration by the Jury are: originality and creativity, concept, impact, feasibility. Any artist or group of artists may submit more than one proposal. We strive to respect the organic and architectural features of the park. Artists should avoid damaging the environment and all materials used must be able to withstand hard weather conditions.

 

For more details on terms of participation, timeline and other important aspects, please read carefully the ARTDOOR Official Rules.

The Jury

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Mircea Cantor

Mircea Cantor is a Romanian-born artist who follows in the tradition of French artist Marcel Duchamp in that he employs readymade objects, best known for his evocative, metaphorical videos and mixed-media installation. In his works, he examines competing ideologies, war, displacement, the self and the other, and multivalence.

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Attila Kim

Attila Kim is an architect and the Commissioner of Romania for Biennale di Venezia International Art Exibition 2017. His projects range widely, from an ecological center in the countryside to residential projects and collaborations on exhibitions for the Venice Biennale and the National Museum of Contemporary Art (MNAC). În 2016, the Aspen Institute of Romania awarded Attila Kim with the Arts and Society Leadership Award for his contribution to the Cultural Patrimony.

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Angela Kovacs

Angela Kovacs is the president of The Romanian Order of Architects, Mureș Subsidiary and a board member of the Technical Commission of Urbanism for Mureș county. As a renowned architect, she aims to support cultural and artistic expression through the development of projects, organizing numerous quality cultural activities accessible to the community.

17 – 19 August 2018 Teleki Estate / Gornești / Mureș