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Event 

Title:
subREAL Retrospect
When:
05.31.2012 - 10.21.2012
Where:
MNAC - Bucharest
Category:
Exhibitions

Description

The exhibition, organized together with the artists who formed subREAL (Călin Dan, Iosif Király, and Dan Mihălţianu), assembles for the first time conceptual works that cover the whole artistic journey of the group, from its foundation in the summer of 1990 to the present. 

Venue

Map
Venue:
MNAC   -   Website
Street:
Izvor St. 2-4, wing E4
ZIP:
sect. 5
City:
Bucharest
Country:
Country: ro

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