Buzău County Museum, a cultural institution operating under the authority of the Buzău County Council, based in Buzău, Aleea Castanilor, no. 1, legally represented by Dr. Daniel Costache, as Manager announces the opening of the traveling exhibition NeoNlitic, an event held within the program International Children's Day at the Buzau County Museum, ed. and IV.
The NeoNlitic exhibition, organized by the Wood Be Nice workshop and curated by Mihaela Ion, will be opened on Sunday, June 2, starting at 19:00, at the institution's headquarters, and the works can be visited later by the Buzau public between June 2 - July 2, Tuesday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The 15 national and international artists bring together over 30 works of mixed media, lighting installations, wood carvings, resin, metal, paintings, ceramic and textile objects, animation and video mapping, all works having as source of inspiration the aesthetic motifs of the Romanian prehistoric cultures: Hamangia and Cucuteni. The NeoNlitic project, initiated in 2018, consisted of two field documentations and workshops and 4 workshops for active networking, between creators, artists, archaeologists, makers and people involved in the creative and cultural industries.
NeoNlitic exhibits: Daniel Loagăr and Andrei Cornea (founders of Wood Be Nice and the initiators of the project) and guest artists: Sasha Meret (US), Andreea Toma, Irina Maria, Raluca Bajenaru, Marius Gheorghe, Marian Codrea, Beaver, Roxana Tomescu, Lucian Simion, Alexandru Claudiu Maxim, Gabriel Marin, Misha Diaconu, Evghenia Gritscu (UKR).
"NeoNlitic has become a statement event. Each museum, art gallery, cultural consumption space that hosts the NeoNlitic exhibition, transposes the exhibited works into new forms of signage, thus giving them new identities. The creations are able to find their rightful place in every space and to present to the public the contemporary interpretations of Neolithic symbols. This time, the Buzău County Museum will host NeoNlitic, and thus the public will have access both to the artifact exhibits in the museum's permanent archeology exhibition and to contemporary interpretations of archaic cultural products made by national and international NeoNlitic artists. ", Says the curator.
The exhibition is curated by Mihaela Ion, cultural manager & curator with over 12 years of experience in the field of international creative and cultural industries and a doctorate in art history, founder of Atelierul Magazine and White Night of product creators and designers, two of the the most important Romanian projects destined to promote the creative and cultural communities in Romania.