Project Description

Julian Bisericaru

Julian Bisericaru

Rumänien

Iulian Bisericaru lives and works in Sibiu and Cluj-Napoca, Romania. He is presently a PhD student at the University of Arts and Design in Cluj researching through painting the connections between ecology and utopian architectural theories.

The artist creates complex compositions where he expresses the tensions between the natural and the artificial in figurative contexts and lyrical abstractions. Germanic Romantic influences resonate strongly in Iulian Bisericaru’s works, inspired by the surroundings of Sibiu (Hermanstadt). While his painting is shaped by the Cluj art school, the artist quickly shifted from its influences in order to create his own distinct compositions. Bright and daring colour screens come together in multiple visual languages into one painting. In his latest series exhibited during Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris, Iulian Bisericaru playfully extends his references to abstract-expressionism, especially towards Motherwell, or otherwise impressionist brushstrokes towards Degas or Monet, creating captivating and unexpected worlds.

Artworks

Bonsulton 2020
oil on canvas
70 x 100 cm

Nimphea Island, 2020
oil on canvas
106 x 78

Vita

Life

Iulian Bisericaru lives and works in Sibiu and Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

Selected Exhibitions oder Awards

2019
Green Mirror, Bendana-Pinel Art Contemporain, Paris, France
2019
The City In The Distance, Spinnerei Leipzig, Germany
2018
The Place for Standing Still, Ierimonti Gallery, New York, United States of America
2017
The Distance Between Two Solitary Objects, Anca Poterasu Gallery,  Bucharest, Romania
2016
‘Wide Open Spaces’/Painting,Calina Gallery, curator Liviana Dan, Timișoara, Romania
2015
Influences, Anca Poterasu Gallery, Bucharest, Romania
2015
Usonia Into The wild, Atelier Patru, Cluj Napoca, Romania
2014
The Backyard, Bucharest Biennale 6 paralel event and special event for the White Night of Galleries, Anca Poterasu Gallery, Bucharest, Romania
2014
Meet the artist, The Ark, Bucharest, Romania
2012
Asphyxia, Casa Matei, Cluj, Romania