Energii Arhetipale/Archetypal Energies


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Invitat la Festivalul Naţional de Literatură ”Toamna bacoviană” atât ca scriitor cât şi ca artist plastic, Constantin Severin îşi va vernisa vineri, 9 octombrie 2015, orele 17,30, la Complexul Muzeal ”Iulian Antonescu” din Bacău cea de-a 15-a expoziţie personală de pictură, ”ENERGII ARHETIPALE”. Artistul sucevean va expune 19 tablouri în tehnica ulei pe pânză şi o inedită pictură bifrons/instalaţie, intitulată ”Ianus”.

Expoziţia va fi prezentată de criticul şi istoricul de artă Iulian Bucur şi de scriitorul Calistrat Costin, preşedintele Filialei Bacău a Uniunii Scriitorilor din România, iar moderator va fi scriitorul Dumitru Brăneanu, managerul proiectului ”Toamna bacoviană”.

Evenimentul se bucură de susţinerea Consiliului Judeţean Bacău, Uniunii Scriitorilor din România-Filiala Bacău, Complexului Muzeal ”Iulian Antonescu” Bacău şi a Asociaţiei ”Eudaimonia” din Bucureşti.

Constantin Severin was a guest artist of the National Literature Festival ”George Bacovia”, Bacău, Romania.

Opening of the exhibition ''Archetypal Energies''.

Opening of the exhibition ”Archetypal Energies”.

The opening ceremony was attended by over 90 cultural personalities from Romania, Republic of Moldova and Ukraine. The solo show ”Archetypal Energies” was presented by the art critics Iulian Bucur and Lucian Strochi.

The special guest of the event was my daughter in law, Eva Cirnu, consultant for communication and image for the Dalai Lama government from exile.

At the opening, with Eva Cirnu.

At the opening, with Eva Cirnu.

About Constantin Severin

Constantin Severin (constantinseverin.ro) is a Romanian writer and, as a visual artist, the founder and promoter of the award-winning concept known as archetypal expressionism. He is the author of eight books of poetry, essays, and novels, and his poems have been published by major Romanian and international literary magazines. He is one of the editors of the French cultural magazine Levure littéraire.
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