Tag Archives: Marcel Duchamp

Severin’s Choice: Dany Madlen Zărnescu


The ancient philosophers from Greece thought that the fundamental colours are black, white, yellow and red. I know only a major Romanian artist who explored almost all the amazing potential of black, Dany Madlen Zărnescu, from Bacău ( born in … Continue reading

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Severin’s Choice: Ştefan Radu Creţu


From Duchamp to the post-1989 Pegasus. An Essay on Sculpture as a Playful Game Playfulness is a dimension overlooked in art, often neglected to the detriment of depth or tragic. It is a dimension which remains linked to an epoch … Continue reading

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