Rodica Anca Marinescu 

Biography

 

 

Born in Bucharest, 1937.

 

She attended the Institute of Fine Arts in Bucharest, Alexander Ciucurencu’s class and obtained the diploma in 1959.

 

She debuted in 1960 in Bucharest in a group exhibition.

First personal exhibition was held in 1966 in Bucharest.

 

Personal exhibitions in Bucharest in 1969, 1971, 1977, 1982, 1987, 1992, 1994, 1997, 1998, 1999. 1967 and 1976 Mamaia, 1983 Constanta, 2000 Focsani, 1984 Miercurea Ciuc, 1987 Iasi, in 2003 Dej. 

2003 - Gallery Negulescu,

2005 - National Military Arts Gallery, 2006, 2007 - IRECSON in Suceava,

2014 - Colony Art Gallery, Bucharest.

Besides the presences in Romania, she had participations abroad, especially in Italy and Germany (Italy, Napoli 1971, 1972, 1972 Viareggio, at Cologne in Germany 1974, 1978, 1979, 1974 Waldbröl, Bensberg 1975, Julich 1975 Karsruhe 1978, Euskirchen 1978, Bochum 1996).

 

Group exhibitions:

1969 - Moscow "10 Romanian painters”

1970 – Suceava,

1972 - Waldbröl (Germany)

Milano 1972 (Italy) "5 Romanian painters”

1973 - Terni (Italy) "8 Romanian artists"

1973 - Rome (Italy) "10 Romanian artists"

1973 - Torino (Italy) "Four contemporary Romanian painters”

1976 - Bucharest "Group Exhibition" Foreign Ministry

1978 - Bergisch Gladbach (Germany)

1982 - Volos (Greece) Exhibition "Romanian painters group"

1993 - Bucharest Gallery Simeza

1996 - Bucharest "Romania women artists"

1996 - Bochum (Germany)

1998 - Bucharest "Show watercolor"

1999 - Bucharest "Biennial Pastel Exhibition"

2000 - Bucharest "Show watercolor"

2001 - Bucharest "Biennial Pastel Exhibition"

2002 - 'anniversary exhibition - 10 years "National Military Arts Gallery Bucharest

2003 - Word Trade Center Bucharest

2004 - Galateca Gallery exhibition "Unconventional group"

2004 Foundation Bucharest Gallery Exhibition "Eros"

2004 - Foundation Bucharest Gallery Exhibition "splendid novel"

2007 - Word Trade Center Bucharest.

 

She actively participated in exhibitions organized by UAP Romanian painting abroad in the 1968-1969 mention Torino (Italy) "Romanian Art Exhibition"; 1969 Beirut (Lebanon) "Romanian Painting Exhibition"; 1969 Vienna (Austria) "Romanian Painting Exhibition"; 1969 Ludenscheid (Germany) "Romanian Painting Exhibition"; 1981 Vienna (Austria) "Flowers in Romanian painting."

 

Participation in international exhibitions and competitions:

1969 - Bydgocz (Poland) Exhibition "art music";

1969 - Bonn, Cologne (Germany) "annual exhibition of fine arts Gedok"

1970 - Barcelona (Spain) International Drawing Competition Exhibition "Juan Miro";

1970 - Naples (Italy) "International Painting Italy 2000 Contest, 1st edition";

1971 - Barcelona (Spain) International Biennial Exhibition "Sport in the arts";

1971 - Naples (Italy) “International Painting Italy 2000 Contest, 2nd edition";

1971 - Cologne (Germany) "annual exhibition of fine arts Gedok"

1971 - Paris (France) "annual exhibition of fine arts Gedok"

1972 - Naples (Italy) “International Painting Italy 2000 Contest, 3rd edition";

1973 - Ravenna (Italy) Ravenna Academy Gallery "exhibition of contemporary Romanian artists";

1973-1974 - Amalfi , Livorno, Palermo, Biella (Italy) "exhibition of contemporary Romanian art";

1974 - Cologne (Germany) "annual exhibition of fine arts Gedok"

1975 - Cologne (Germany) "annual exhibition of fine arts Gedok"

2001 - Bucharest ASIROM "Artist of the Mediterranean and Black Sea riparian countries".

 

International Awards:

1970 - Bronze medal, Gedok Annual Exhibition - Bonn, Cologne (Germany)

1970 - Gold medal, Naples (Italy) “International Painting Italy 2000 Contest, 1st Edition"

1971 - Award solo exhibition, Gallery "La Versilia" - Viareggio (Italy) “International Painting Italy 2000 Contest, 2nd edition";

1974 - Gold Medal - Palagano International Competition "City Palagano" (Italy)

 

Participation in Art colonies:

1961 - Baia Mare;

1977 - Botosani;

1986, 1987 - Lazarea, Calica;

Travel Studies and research: Russia, Italy, Germany, France, Greece, Holland, Belgium, and Spain;

 

Her works are in museums and collections: Romania, Russia 

 

Private collections in Austria, Italy, Germany, USA, France, Greece, Belgium, the Netherlands, Spain, Russia, Romania.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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