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  1. Changing exhibitions of Contemporary Romanian art

    […] By Ian Caldwell on 09/07/2018 Making good use of an unused wing of Ceausescu’s immense Palace of the Parliament, the National Museum of Contemporary Art opened in 2004 with several floors of flexible space connected by new glass lifts up to a rooftop terrace and café.  It is currently showing work by a number of Romanian artists including Yael Efrati’s, Octav Girgorescu and Georgeta Naparus, along with early works from Iosif Kiraly and a small exhibition on one of Romania’s greatest artists Constantin Brâncuși – which left you wanting to see more – such as is currently on display at the Pompidou Centre in Malaga. […]

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