marco trentin art exhibition


opening thursday 15th november 2018 at 6 pm
Art Museum Cluj-Napoca,

15 november – 2 december

Press release follows

The international exhibition of contemporary graphics, Tribuna Graphic 2018, reached this year at its 9th edition.
Launched in 2010, the event was initiated by Tribuna magazine, aiming to promote graphic art. 30 artists from 26 countries in Europe, America, Asia and Africa were invited this year at the event.

All this takes place during the ninth edition of the Tribuna magazine, curated and supervised by Ovidiu Petca; which has made this formidable exhibition possible again this year.

The following graphic artists participate:
Stanislaw Baldyga (Poland), Anca Boeriu (Romania), Maria Bonomi (Brazil), Zdenek Bugan (Slovakia), Juan Sebastián Carnero (Argentina), Kit Chirachaisakul (Thailand), Sabine Delahaut Dragicevic (Croatia), Vladimiro Elvieri (Italy), Víctor Manuel Hernández Castillo (Mexico), Slavica Janeslieva (Macedonia), Ann-Kristin Källstrom (Sweden), Kamruzzaman (Bangladesh), Kang Li Seung Yeon Kim (Korea), Koichi Kiyono (Japan), Vasil Kolev-Vassillo (Bulgaria), Eddie Lui (Hong Kong), Zbigniew Lutomski (Poland), Evaldas Mikalauskis (Lithuania), Silvestre Pestana (Poland), Ciprian Radovan (Romania), Abdelsalam Salem (Egypt), Maya Simic (Serbia), Marco Trentin (Italy), Luis Miguel Valdes (Cuba), Koichi Yamamoto
Zbigniew Lutomski (Poland) – Passing through II
Zbigniew Lutomski (Poland) – Passing through II

The opening of the exhibition will take place on Thursday 15 November 2018 at 18:00.
The artists’ exhibited works will be donated to the Art Museum, thus fulfilling one of the objectives proposed by Tribuna magazine, on the occasion of this kind of event, to contribute to the enrichment of the cultural heritage of the city of Cluj-Napoca. This exhibition is organized in collaboration with the International Biennial Culture Foundation Cluj.

On this occasion, the catalog of the exhibition, published by Tribuna magazine, will be launched.
They announced their presence at the opening ceremony: Ann-Kristin Källström (Sweden), Péter Kecskés (Hungary), Eddie Lui (Hong Kong).
Curated by Ovidiu Petca, presented by Pavel Puşcaş, art critic, Dr. Mircea Arman, Tribuna culture magazine manager and Dr. Lucian Nastase Kovács, the manager of the Cluj-Napoca Art Museum.
In the Tribuna Conferences a lecture will be held by the artist and art critic Péter Kecskés from Hungary entitled: The Key of the Songs. Astral and Alchemy Themes in the Novel Collage “One Week of Goodness” by Max Ernst. The conference will take place on Thursday, November 15, 2018, at 5 pm, at the Art Museum, Tonitza Hall.


Marco Trentin | Artist and Printmaker