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The Romanian Peasant Musuem, National Museum of Arts and Traditions holds the richest collection of peasant objects in Romania. Almost 90.000 pieces of patrimony are as many witnesses helping our contemporaries to understand the peasant world.

The Ceramics Collection holds around 18.000 representative pieces for the almost 200 pottery centers of Romania. Tohether with these, we hold the complete inventory of some pottery workshops from Hunedoara and Valcea, dating from the 19th century.
There are exceptional pieces from Horezu, Oboga, Vama, Pisc, Curtea de Arges, Leheceni, Lapus, Binis, Barsa, Corund, Glogova, Marginea, Radauti, Noul Roman, Drauseni, Fagaras. The oldest piece dates back to 1746.

The Costume Collection holds almost 20.000 pieces of costume from all Romanian provinces starting with the first half of the 19th century. Some of the pieces were donated by personalities such as Queen Maria, Sabina Cantacuzino, Elisa I. Bratianu and collectors like Dimitrie Comsa and Octavian Roguski.

The Collection of Decorative Interior Homespun increased from 5000 pieces in 1991 to almost 10.000 today. Most of The Wool Homespun, over 7.000 of them, are dated back to the beginning of the 19th century.

The Wood, Furniture and Ironware Collection holds almost 8000 pieces. Very important acquisitions are the house and gate made by Antonie Mogos from Ceauru(Oltenia) brought in 1907 by Alexandru Tzigara-Samurcas and exhibited today in the museum

The Religious Collections holds almost 4.000 pieces.

20 iulie - 15 august 2021

The National Museum of the Romanian Peasant alongside the Center of Excellence in Architecture, Arts and Audiovisual are pleased to invite you to the opening of “EXPERIMETRU” exhibition on the 20th of July at 6:00 p.m.

“EXPERIMETRU” presents three elaborate experiments outside the daily perimeter created by three contemporary personalities in the fields of architecture, restoration and fine arts: Matei Luca STOIAN, Graziella STOIAN and Nicolae STOIAN.

This artistic project presented, first to the wide public from the capital of Italy at “Accademia di Romania” from Rome, is exhibited today in Bucharest, being hosted by the Romanian Peasant National Museum during the period of 20th of July to 15th of August at Media Hall, entering from no. 3 Monetariei Street. This artistic project which was exhibited in the private art galleries from six european capitals: Rome, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Mainz, Luxembourg and Vienna is today presented to the public of Bucharest. Concerned with finding new means of expression in their work, the artists successfully rely on visual and sensory perception.

“EXPERIMETRU” exhibition represents the creations of three contemporary artists: Graziella STOIAN, Nicolae STOIAN and Luca Matei STOIAN, members of the Union of Plastic Artists from Romania, creations that have a special place in the artistic practice of the XXI century, by spreading unique colors, “these are differentiated by smooth, fibrous, calm or tensioned textures, which by capturing the light, create a savant compositional game in light and shadow, specific to the contemporary art.”

This exhibition, marked by a multitude of art works of large format, created on a various support-surfaces with mixed materialities, compose under the exhibition’s concept “EXPERIMETRU" a symbiosis of contemporary art works, a concept that is outstanding in its uniqueness and which presents to specialists and to the wide audience which loves contemporary art, a creative reinterpretation through an abstractization in the plastic arts.

“EXPERIMETRU " exhibition is open for visiting for the general public during the period of 20th of July till the 15th of August 2021, at Media Hall, entering from no. 3 Monetariei Street, at Romanian Peasant National Museum.

E X P E R I M E T R U artistic project’s coordinator and curator:

Luca Matei Stoian, Ph.D., Architect
Main Partners: Romanian Peasant National Museum

Partners: Lucas & Partners Architecture Studio, Igloo Media, M.N.G. ART S.R.L., CATENA, GLULAM S.A., GIP.S.R.L. ANNWINE .

Institutional Partners: The Union of Plastic Artists from Romania, The Order of Architects from Romania – Bucharest Territorial Branch, “George Enescu” National College of Music, The Union of Architects from Romania.

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We are initiating and organizing cultural events, we are building a community that reunites professionals but also the cultural and creative public from Romania.

Through all that we do, we are dedicated in contributing to building an infrastructure for the development of creative entrepreneurism in the country, the growth and diversity regarding workshops audience, designers, small businesses, promoting creative professionals on national and international scale.

The Center of Excellence in Architecture, Arts and Audiovisual is an non-governmental organization, with a self-governing character, who supports the interests of the creative community from Romania in a productive dialogue with the States Institutions and with international organizations. We act on creating a favourable environment for the development of the creative community from Romania.

One of our many priorities over the last years, was initiating artistic and architectural development projects through bringing together the creative communities in spaces and projects that can bring into the light and enhance the importance of Bucharest and of Romania on the European cultural map.

Our portfolio includes organizing activities with the purpose of creative interaction on a national and international scale, programmes of professional trainings, exhibition, book signings, creative workshops, seminaries and debates.


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