Bio

BOGDAN VLADUTA

Born 1971, Bucharest

 

 

EDUCATION AND AWARDS

PHD “The Roman Landscape- A painter vision of Rome”/ University of Fine Arts/ Bucharest/ Romania

2009-2011: gallerist owner at RECYCLE NEST, Bucharest                                                                  

2002-2004: Vasile Pirvan Grand/ Accademia di Romania/ Rome

1996 – 2009: Seniour Lecturer/ University of Fine Arts/ Bucharest

1990- 1996: Painting Dept./ Academy of Fine Arts/ Bucharest

1999: Anastasia Foundation’s Price for Painting

1996: Ludwig Stiftung fur Kunst und Internationale Verstandigung/ Ludwig Foundation/ Germany           

1993: The Prize “Europe seen by the Romanian Painters” / The Accademy of Fine Arts/ Romania

ONE MAN SHOW

2017:

X’S and MARTYRS. Baril Gallery. Centrul de Interese. Cluj-Napoca

L’ECHO DES MURMURESRegards sur la scène contemporaine roumaineChapitre II. Galerie Delaunay. Paris

2015:

Bogdan Vladuta. Baril Gallery. Fabrica de Pensule. Cluj-Napoca

2014:

Loci. Ana Cristea Gallery. New York

2013:

Stairs and Scaffoldings/ Schleifmühlgasse 12-14/ Wien

2012:

War makes Museums/ Bogdan Vladuta and Ion Grigorescu – Recycle Nest Gallery/ Bucharest   

2011:

Rome seen through one’s eyes/ Rome invented/ Bogdan Vladuta and Ion Grigorescu exhibition/ Ion Grigorescu’s studio/ Bucharest

Urban Archeology/ Ana Cristea Gallery/ New York

2010:

Recycle Nest Gallery/ Bucharest

2008:

Zwei Kunstler aus Rumanien- Aurel Vlad- Skulptur und Bogdan Vladuta- Malerei/ G5/ Munchen

Rome seen by a peinter/ Arcade Gallery- Bistrita Nasaud/ Romania

Death to Rome!/ The National Museum of Arts/ Cluj-Napoca/ Romania

2007:

Asymmetrical Icons/ performance- Parco degli Aquedotti/ Rome

The empty coffin/ mail art to MNAC & UNArte Bucharest

ROMA/ The National Museum of Cotroceni/ Bucharest

2004:

Arte in cantiere/ A.A.M. Gallery/ Rome

2001:

Film about Arta Magasine/ Art Critique Coloque- New Europe College/ Bucharest/ Romania

1999:

Catacomba Gallery/ The National Museum of Arts/ Bucharest

1994:

Pas d’accord avec Zeffirelli/ Fresco Performance/ Kiscelli Museum/ Budapest

GROUP EXHIBITION

2018:

Lux, Une Energie Roumaine. Tours Société Générale. Paris La Défense

From diffrent Angles/ MNAC Bucharest

Seing the History – 1947-2007. The collection of MNAC/ MNAC Bucharest

The oppening of the MARE museum in Bucharest

2017:

The Burning Island. The City Museum of Belgrade. Serbia

Life is What Happens to You While You’re Busy Making Other Plans. Hanul Gabroveni Gallery. Bucharest

2016:

PORTRAITS/ Vincent Bazin’s art collection/ Saint-Martin d’Heres- Grenoble

OPENING NIGHT: PART II/ Yelmani Gallery/ Brussels

Art_O_Rama Marseille Art Fair/ Baril gallery

2015:

LA CAREZZA DEI VECCHI. Curtea Veche Gallery. Exhibition curated by Ion Grigorescu

ART ENCOUNTERS. Timisoara Biennial

2014:

Christian Activism. Curtea Veche Gallery. Bucharest

Transformation. Heritage Gallery. Belgrade

2013:

ROMANIAN SCENES/ Espace culturel Louis Vuitton/ Paris

THE NAKED MAN/ Ludwig Museum Budapest

MIART Fair/ with Paola Colombari Gallery/ Milano

BUDAPEST ART FAIR/ with Ana Cristea Gallery/ New York

2012:

The Continuation of Romance/ Rosenfeld Porcini Gallery/ London

VIP ArtFair/ with Ana Cristea Gallery/ New York

2011:

Funeraria/ The National Museum of Contemporary Arts/ Bucharest

Curated by_EAST by SOUTH WEST – curated by Ion Grigorescu/ Gallerie Mezzanin/ Vienna

MESSE_Vienna Art Fair/ with Recycle Nest Gallery/ Bucharest

2009:   

TEMPORARY AUXILIARY CONSTRUCTION/ Recycle Nest Gallery/ Bucharest

PAINTING (RO)MANIA, contemporary figurative paintings from Romania/  European Central Bank/ Frankfurt am Main

2008:

Positions & Tendencies in Contemporary Romanian Art/ 418 Gallery/ Bucharest

Works from the collection of MNAC/ The National Museum of Contemporary Art

2007:

Lamentation/ HT003 Gallery/ Bucharest

The Anastasia’s fresco painting collection at <<Casa GHIKA BOSSY>>/ the third event of Pictor Verona St. cultural route/ Casa GHIKA BOSSY/ Bucharest

A vivant scene of an artist exodus/ the fourth event of Pictor Verona St. cultural route/ photography/ Simeza Gallery/ Bucharest

2005:

The Portrait/ The Gallery of the Brincoveanu Palace from the Bucharest Gates/ Mogosoaia/ Romania

2004:

Spazi Aperti- mostra degli Istituti culturali stranieri a Roma/ Accademia di Romania/ Rome

2003:

Books, Museums, World with its Wonders/ curated by Ion Grigorescu/ The Gallery of the Brincoveanu Palace from the

Bucharest Gates/ Mogosoaia/ Romania

2001:

The Romanian Royal Collection of Contemporary Art Exhibition/ The Romanian Literature Museum/ Bucharest

2000:

Una Bisanzio Latina/ Salla Bramante/ Rome

1999:

Kinship and Patrimony/ Kalinderu Cultural Centre/ Bucharest

Drawing/ Atelier 35’ s Gallery/ curated by Bogdan Vladuta/ Bucharest

1997:

The Young Artists Triennial/ Musee du Vere/ Charleroy/ Belgium

 

WORKS IN PRIVATE COLLECTIONS

The MARE museum for contemporary art- Bucharest

The Stanley Hollander collection

The Ronald Pizutti collection

The Peter Robbins collection

The A.A.M. Gallery Collection- Rome

The CAFE EUROPE- Centro di Arte Contemporanea collection- Rome

The Romanian Royal collection

The Anastasia Foundation collection, Bucharest/ Romania

University of Fine Arts, Bucharest/ Romania

The National Museum of Contemporary Arts, Bucharest/ Romania

The Banatului Museum of Art/ Timisoara/ Romania

The Vincent Bazin collection (2015-2016)