Works
Overview

Alexandru Rădvan is one of the intriguing artists from the Eastern European space. Born in Bucharest, Romania in 1977, he starts his artistic career at the end of the 1990s, after he finished his studies at the University of Art. The University of Art from Bucharest gives the modern and contemporary art such significant names as Constantin Brâncuşi, Victor Brauner, Andrei Cădere, Paul Neagu, Peter Jacobi, Florin Mitroi. During University years, Rădvan follows Florin Mitroi's painting classes, an artist with a very particular way of drawing and painting.

 

At the end of his studies, Rădvan became Mitroi's assistant at the painting department and, currently, he is a lecturer at the University of Art from Bucharest.

Exhibitions
Bibliography

2018: Exhibition catalogue "Untouchable Love" by Alexandru Rădvan, text by Diana Dochia, edited by Anaid Art Gallery, Berlin, Germany

2014: Catalogue "For Tomorrow. Inverstigating new materials in the works of Alexandru Rădvan", ed. Ruxandra Demetrescu, Diana Dochia and Roxana Rădvan, published by Archetype Publications Ltd., London, UK

2012: Exhibition catalogue "Ulysses" by Alexandru Rădvan, text by Diana Dochia, edited by Új Kriterion Galéria , Miercurea Ciuc, Romania

2011: Exhibition catalogue "Christ" by Alexandru Rădvan, text by Diana Dochia, edited by Anaid Art Gallery, Bucharest, Romania

2008: Catalogue "7 Parallel 7", MOYA - Museum of Young Art, texts by Mihai Oroveanu and Diana Dochia, Vienna, Austria

2008: Exhibition catalogue "Homage to Judas and the Crusaders", texts by Diana Dochia and Alexandru Rădvan Westfälischen Landesmuseum für Industriekultur Henrichshütte Hattingen (Bochum), Germany

2007: Exhibition catalogue "Memories of Constantine" by Alexandru Rădvan, edited by Anaid Art Gallery, Bucharest, Romania

2005: Exhibition catalogue "Soma" by Alexandru Rădvan, text by Aurelia Mocanu, edited by Anaid Art Gallery, Bucharest, Romania