418 GALLERY  2008 - 2017


418 GALLERY reached its 9th year of activity in April 2017. Created by the German – Romanian art historian Joana Grevers and the American businessman Guy K. Williamson, the gallery portfolio has represented artists from different generations, from great young artists in their full ascension to icon figures of the New Avant-garde from the 60s and the 70s of the past century.

The two different directions that are being followed mark the principles of the local and international contemporary art scene and, on the occasion of this anniversary, we want to review 9 of the most active artists in our gallery events all along these years.

Together with Joana Grevers Foundation, 418 Gallery sustains Cetate Arts Danube annual residencies and is also involved in numerous international projects.

The core of the gallery’s portofolio consists of three international artists, representatives of the European Abstraction from the second half of the 20th century. We are talking about Romul Nuţiu (1932-2012), Diet Sayler (n. 1939) and Vincenţiu Grigorescu (1923-2012).
Image works, from left to the right:
ROMUL NUTIU - Sign 1970, acrylic on wood, 69 x 23 cm; DIET SAYLER - Sambuca 2007, acrylic on canvas, 40 x 120 x 4 cm; VINCENTIU GRIGORESCU - Colonna 1978 – 1980, oil on canvas, 145 x 90 cm.
The young artists: Anca Bodea (b. 1982), painter based in Cluj-Napoca, Ştefan Radu Creţu (b. 1983), Kinetic art author based in Sibiu, Petrică Ştefan (b. 1988), abstract painter based in Timişoara, Cristian Răduţă (b. 1982), sculptor and Maria Manea Bordeanu (n. 1982), painter, both  based in Bucharest, are five young artists who permanently collaborated with the gallery in its first nine years of existence.
Image works, from left to the right: 
STEFAN RADU CRETU - The Geometry of a Green Stone 2016, Acrylic on canvas, clockwise technique, fiberglass, 50 x 70 cm; STEFAN RADU CRETU - The Metaphysical Sow 2016, Acrylic on canvas, clockwise technique, fiberglass, 60 x 80 cm, STEFAN RADU CRETU - Blue Stromatolite 2016, Fiberglass, clockwise technique, wood, 48 x 60 x 32 cm.
For more pictures of the Opening Exhibition, please, click here

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